Eight iconic 21st Century celebrity wedding dresses
28 Apr 2016
When you're in most need of wedding dress inspiration, turn to Tinseltown. Take a look at the star style of these eight celebrities who tied the knot in the 21st Century, courtesy of Stylight
Online fashion retailer Stylight has chosen the most iconic celebrity wedding dresses of the 21st Century.
Solange has always been known for having a unique fashion sense but she truly slayed on her wedding day by rocking a floor length Kenzo gown and cape... and arriving by bike!
We have to say, Olivia Palermo surprised us with this one! For her summer wedding to Johannes Huebl the fashion darling rocked a cashmere sweater, white shorts, a tulle skirt overlay and showstopping Manolo Blahniks.
Amal Alamuddin Clooney
Eternal bachelor George Clooney’s heart was finally stolen by human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin and the two tied the knot in Venice with a whole host of Hollywood stars present. The bride wore a custom Oscar de la Renta gown made out of 14 yards of Chantilly lace.
Why have one wedding when you can have two? Poppy Delevingne married her sweetheart James Cook in London on 16th May 2014 but also in Marrakech, Morocco a week later. In London she wore Chanel and in Marrakech she wore a suitably fitting boho Emilio Pucci gown covered with flower embellishments.
Kim’s wedding to Kanye in France didn’t disappoint! Kim wore a custom Givenchy gown with long lace sleeves against a backdrop of a 20 foot flower wall. Celebrity guests included Alexander Wang, John Legend and Serena Williams.
When this couple got married, the whole world was watching. When Kate Middleton and Prince William exchanged vows on 29th April 2011 all eyes were on Kate’s custom Alexander McQueen gown with it’s 2.70 meter long train and Cartier tiara.
While most brides want the wedding day to be all about them, Angelina Jolie devoted the special day to her children. Brangelina kept the wedding top secret and only invited 22 guests to their château in France. The highlight? Drawings by their children were added to the long veil that flowed above her white satin Versace gown.
Kate Moss wore a vintage-inspired John Galliano wedding gown to her Cotswolds wedding. It took more than 700 hours to embroider the dress with gold sequins, rhinestones and gold beading. It then took another 250 hours for the 1920s inspired lace cap veil to be made.