We are always on the lookout for who is the best Bridal Inspired dressed during the Oscars. There were styles that are considered classics in black and white and to the opposite side of the spectrum are those in bright hues. Fans and the media await the story behind the dress they are wearing.
This year, there is definitely a trend that stood out and that is by donning a dress inspired by wedding frocks. Taking notes on dainty material, lavish adornments, and regal details. If you don’t believe us then read on to find out more. These stars are definitely channeling a bride-to-be aura.
Sofia Carson in Giambattista Valli. She was definitely a stunner in a white off-shoulder dress with cutout details at the side. The whole look was elevated with a tulle ballgown skirt which made her look like a princess in a fairy book tale. This is a play of volume where the top half is form-fitting while the lower half has layers of tulle. The dress will catch your attention and is worth a second look.
Emily Blunt in Valentino. I recall her role in “The Devil Wears Prada” as she took to heart the very essence of the movie which is embracing the fashionable life. She is so chic with the look. This white, off-shoulder number is crisp and snug in the right places that craft a clean silhouette that shows off her svelte figure. She finished it with jewelry and a white clutch bag. You can opt for this dress if you want to go the minimalist route.
Michelle Yeoh in Dior. This one has really the makings of a bridal gown. It has delicate fabric and soft material. It is flowy but not bulky and it has fringes and feathers that adorn the whole piece. She completed the look with diamond-encrusted earrings and a bracelet. With this, she can go down the altar at any given time. This is a good choice if you are going after the romantic bride look.
Ana de Armas in Louis Vuitton. One of the popular choices for wedding dresses is the mermaid cut type of gown with a train. The star has worn this style with a scoop neckline. The dress is also adorned with sparkles from half of the leg up to the bodice while the other half is a skirt played with texture by making layers upon layers of ruffles until the end of the half-train. When you think the whole ensemble looks busy, opt for less jewelry.
Lauren Ridloff in Elie Saab. Wearing a dress in champagne color makes her a modern-day bride-to-be even more so with all the embellishments. The deep V-neckline and the side cutouts and keyhole back look sexy yet sophisticated. You can choose this one if you want to be daring to want a touch of color other than white, off-white, or blush.
Which of these looks do you prefer? More than walking on the carpet, these looks can be worn by actual brides down the aisle. Hoping you enjoyed browsing through the list as much as we have listed them.
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