Choosing wedding dresses isn’t easy, if you can’t find the design of your dreams in modern magazines, try flipping through some old celebrity photos. Inspiring brides all over the world for many decades.
The following seven wedding dresses worn by celebrities are totally worthy of being reinvented and worn by today’s brides because they look so sophisticated and elegant that they are unforgettable, according to Bright Side:
Princess Diana 1981
One of the most iconic dresses in history, Princess Diana’s wedding dress was made of ivory silk taffeta and antique lace, richly embellished with sequins, hand embroidery and pearls.
Diana’s wedding dress became an inspiration to many brides shortly after the royal wedding and remained an icon in the bridal fashion industry for many years. Brides all over the world wanted their dresses to be made of similar fabrics, puffed sleeves, and in 2021, a dress Diana’s wedding at Kensington Palace.
Princess Diana’s dress
Priscilla Presley 1967
On the day she married Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll, Priscilla wore a short white dress with a sheer blouse and pearl-embellished sleeves.
Later, Priscilla admitted that she went shopping for her wedding dress in disguise, wearing a blonde wig and using a fake name to keep things private.
Priscilla Presley dress
Audrey Hepburn 1952
This wedding dress never went off the bride’s aisle, and Audrey Hepburn ordered this ivory long-sleeved bow-tie dress from the Fontana sisters of Rome. At the time, the actress was preparing for her wedding with British businessman James Hanson. They canceled the wedding, and Audrey never wore this gorgeous dress as a bride, but there is a picture of her wearing it while it was measured.
The actress asked designers to donate the dress to a bride who could never afford such a luxurious dress, and it was eventually worn by an Italian girl named Amiable Altobella On her wedding day, later, she said the dress “brought her luck” and her marriage was a happy one. In 2009, the dress was auctioned.
Audrey Hepburn dress
Princess Margaret 1960
Here’s another royal wedding dress that belongs on the list of the most famous wedding dresses. On May 6, 1960, Princess Margaret married British photographer and director Anthony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones, and for the occasion, the princess chose a long silk organza dress designed by Norman Hartnell.
The dress accentuated Princess Margaret’s petite body, and while this dress might look too simple for a royal wedding dress, it’s a gorgeous model that puts the woman who wears it in the center of attention.
Princess Margaret dress
Elizabeth Taylor 1950
Elizabeth Taylor has been married 8 times, and this is the dress she wore to her first wedding, to Conrad Hilton, the heir to the Hilton chain, and this classic wedding dress, created by fashion designer Helen Rose and funded by MGMIt definitely gives off some “royal” vibes with its oversized long pocket, classic cuts, and pearl embellishment.
This was the only “traditional” wedding gown worn by Elizabeth Taylor, for the weddings that followed, she opted for unusual dresses, such as a green hooded dress and a yellow knee-length dress.
Elizabeth Taylor dress
Jacqueline Kennedy 1953
Jacqueline’s wedding dress to John F. Kennedy, designed by Anne Lowe, was made of ivory silk taffeta and featured a dainty bow neck and a voluminous round skirt. Interestingly, the original wedding dress designed by Lowe was on the verge of loss. The designer’s workshop suffered from a flood and the original wedding gown and 9 other dresses they designed for this wedding were lost. Lowe and her team spent 8 days rebuilding the dresses and making them in time.
Although the dress was appreciated by a wide audience, Jacqueline herself later admitted that she did not like some of the details about the dress, for example, she thought the neckline did not complement her figure.
Jacqueline Kennedy dress
Grace Kelly 1956
This is perhaps one of the most popular wedding dresses of all time. The dress that Grace Kelly wore to her wedding to Prince Rainier III, Prince of Monaco was designed by Helen Rose, fashion designer from MGMThe dress was distinguished by a narrow lace bodice with a high collar.
Grace Kelly dress
More than 6 decades later, this iconic wedding dress still influences the choices of many brides around the world, and famous women have been seen wearing dresses that look like it, for example, Kate Middleton and Nicky Hilton’s wedding dresses also featured sheer sleeves, as well as high necklines.
Kate Middleton dress