The great thing about weddings is that inspiration comes from the most unexpected places! This year we’re seeing a huge shift in brides opting for that ultra-glam look, so it isn’t surprising that they’re looking to celebrities’ style. If you haven’t began the search for your dream dress, here, we share our red carpet wedding dress inspiration, perfect for your big day!
1. Kate Hudson
If you’re dreaming of exuding Grecian Goddess vibes on your wedding day, look no further than Kate Hudson for your red carpet wedding dress inspiration. A vision in white on the red carpet, Kate donned a vintage style J Mendel gown and looks flawless from head to toe. To complete the look, a forehead headband will make your look distinctly bridal.
2. Anne Hathaway
If you’re longing for red carpet wedding dress inspiration, look no further than style chameleon, Anne Hathaway. Anne has chosen a few white dresses for red carpet premiers, but this Prabal Gurung number worn way back in 2012 at the Dark Knight Rises premiere just screams bridal. From the twisted straps to beautiful draping, this style is perfect for the bride searching for an understated yet elegant look.
3. Serena Williams
What’s a wedding without lace? Brides with a penchant for vintage are always drawn to lace and Serena’s choice offers the perfect fusion of tradition with a modern twist. This Galia Lahav dress was her choice for the 2016 Oscars after-party and is definitely giving us wedding vibes.
4. Angelina Jolie
If bling is your thing, take your red carpet wedding dress inspiration from Angelina Jolie. Her Versace gown was delicately embellished with pearl beads, which is a bold choice for the By The Sea film premier. Column gowns look perfect on lean brides, and work particularly well on petite ladies by elongating the body, instantly adding height.
5. Lady Gaga
If you have a flare for drama, seek inspiration from Lady Gaga, whose look is a little more subdued here. Azzedine Alaia was her designer of choice, but maybe ditch the haute washing up gloves! For a stand-out look, choose a ballgown, perfect for brides who’ve been dreaming of a fairy tale inspired big day.
6. Julianne Moore
The Great Gatsby influence still reigns supreme so if you long to add a touch of 1920’s glamour to your big day, Julienne Moore’s Chanel Couture will definitely inspire you. To nail this look, choose a simple silhouette and let the details do all the talking.
7. Blake Lively
If you aren’t scared to go down the non-traditional route, Blake’s Chanel gown is a nod to the world of weddings. With delicate floral applique detailing and sheer skirt, it’s definitely a look no one will forget.
8. Elle MacPherson
Mermaid gowns are one of the most popular wedding dress styles so we aren’t surprise to see its influence on the red carpet. If you long to show off your silhouette in a figure-hugging gown, Elle MacPherson’s Zac Posen showstopper at the Golden Globes in 2011 is definitely a worthy style inspiration winner.
9. Florence Welch
For boho brides, look to inspiration from Florence Welch for your wedding day. Florence isn’t afraid to break away from the norm and this floaty, long-sleeved bohemian gown has a real touch of romance.
10. Eva Longoria
Eva could literally have walked off the red carpet and up a wedding aisle in this number. She definitely stole the show at the Cannes Film Festival. We love the whimsical sense portrayed by this dress, thanks to its layers and layers of ravishing ruffles. A showstopper for sure!
So whatever red carpet wedding dress inspiration you take for your big day, we’re sure it’ll be a winner!