Be inspired by The Oscars
The biggest event in Hollywood, The Oscars, has just come and gone. It marks the time where the beautiful and glamorous come out to celebrate the most anticipated award ceremony of the year. Dressed by the worlds most prestigious designers, Hollywoods elite parade their designer pieces as they grace the red carpet. We see a vast array of couture fashions, ranging from the classic beauty with a modern twist, to the just-out-of-this-world one of a kind piece. These masterpieces usually set the benchmark for the next hot trend! What better place than The Oscars to get some inspirations for your wedding dress?
Charlize Theron in Christian Dior
Charlize Theron looks every bit the regal queen among the princesses. This dress features the fitted V bodice with a hot peplum waist and floor grazing train. Not only does the sleek silhouette accentuate the figure, it exudes class and elegance.
Amy Adams in Oscar De La Renta
You just cant go wrong with this dreamy Oscar De La Renta princess dress. Layer upon layer of fluffy feathery tulle creates the whole Cinderella fairytale look. Its the perfect dress for brides with the little girl within them who still dreams about marrying her prince one day.
Jennifer Lawrence in Christian Dior
This gorgeous mermaid silhouette Dior couture gown is fitted all the way till mid hip before it fans out at the bottom creating a voluminous skirt. This gown is perfect as it is, just pop on a veil and you will be ready to walk down the aisle. Be the belle of your ball!
Amanda Seyfried in Alexander McQueen
The stark contrast between the sheer dress and the golden embellishments give the dress an airy but luxurious look at the same time. The high neck and key hole cut out adds a touch of sexiness to this ensemble.
Naomi Watts in Armani Prive
This silver sequined cut out dress looks out of this world! This dress is definitely an inspiration for brides who want a unique and modern look.
This dress is very simple and elegant in the front but has ruffle details cascading from the lower back to the ground into a train.