If you are anything like us, you have probably dreamed about your wedding day since you were a little girl. And, if that’s the case, you have seen everyone from celebrities to princesses get married over the course of your lifetime. Which famous wedding dresses come to mind when you envision your own wedding day style? There are so many good ones, but somehow we whittled our list down to 5 of our favorites. Although we can’t have exact replicas of the dresses our favorite famous brides wore, we can find lookalikes close enough satisfy you! Check our list below:
Jackie Kennedy. This style is for the girl that is beyond classic and tasteful. With a flattering A-line shape and feminine off-the-shoulder sleeves, a gown like this is not seen every day… and what a gem it was!
To find a style similar to this one, we looked for these same style elements. Pronovias boasts a gown with details similar to that of Jackie O.’s. It has lace three-quarter sleeves, a tiny bow belt, and embroidery on the skirt,
Kim Kardashian West. Unlike her typical ensembles, Kim Kardashian opted for a more conservative look for her wedding to Kanye West. Although fitted, the lace detailed up to her neck gave a beautiful, timeless look to the style.
Again, Pronovias was able to design a dress that matched up with Kim K.’s style very well. This gown shows off the figure while also staying covered up. Add a belt to define your waist.
The Duchess of Cambridge. Kate Middleton stunned the world with her gorgeous gown back in 2011 in her wedding to Prince William. Delicate lace long-sleeves, embroidered skirt, and a classic shape made her dress unforgettable and certain to become one of the most famous wedding dresses of modern times. Remind you of a certain former princess?
Designer Martina Liana created a lovely re-do on the Duchess’s famous wedding gown. With lace sleeves, a v-neck, and a-line skirt, Martina made a beyond beautiful look!
Carrie Bradshaw. Known for her avant-garde style on Sex and the City, Sarah Jessica Parker’s character did not miss the mark during her first attempted marriage to Mr. Big. The exaggerated sweetheart neckline and big ballgown skirt made for a unique and unforgettable wedding day style.
Jim Hjelm by Hayley Paige recently released a dress with similar elements. The eye-catching tulle and taffeta skirt add drama without begging for too much attention. Stunning, am I right?
Audrey Hepburn. The classic tea length wonder. This is such a lovely idea that really needs to come back into style. Hitting between her knee and ankle, the dress highlights the hemming of the gown and the bateau neckline shows off gorgeous collarbones.
Check out the lookalike from Pronovias! Although it is fully lace, the underlay has structure and adds bounce to this frock!
Will you channel an iconic wedding dress look on your wedding day? You’ll find plenty of style inspiration from our designers here!