10 Bridal Looks Inspired By Celebs On The Red Carpet

What better place to get dress inspiration than from the red carpet. Our favourite celebrities have donned some pretty amazing gowns over the years and whether you’re here for the timeless and iconic or modern and edgy, there’s something for every bride to fall in love with.

Scroll down for designs that will take you from Red Carpet to aisle in no time.

Audrey Hepburn in Givenchy, 1954

Audrey Hepburn has been a trend-setter ever since we can remember. Taking home the Best Actress statue for her role in Roman Holiday, she did so in gorgeous bridal style. The dress was a tea-length beige (naturally) with floral embroidery and a thin belt to accent her waist. It’s been an iconic bridal look ever since.


Grace Kelly in Edith Head, 1955

Grace Kelly is a Fairy favourite style icon. After all, not many people get to have a Hermes bag dedicated to them. Edith Head also famously designed her wedding dress.To pick up her Best Actress Oscar in 1955 for The Country Girl, Grace Kelly wore a pale blue straight-necked satin column dress. The dress might not be white but it set trends with its clean silhouette and elbow-length gloves.

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Angelica Huston in Halston, 1975

We’ll let Angelia Huston do the talking about the gorgeous Halston dress she chose to accompany Jack Nicholson to the 1975 Academy Awards: “Well, let’s start with my dress: It was Halston, pale beige with pink iridescent sequins, like fish scales — sort of a mermaid dress. Even though I worked as a Halston model, I had gotten this dress at Neiman Marcus. The awards were on Friday, and [I bought it] on Wednesday,” Huston shared with Violet Grey.

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Gwyneth Paltrow in Prada, 1996

Another day, another major Gwyneth Paltrow fashion moment. This 90s IT couple made their Oscars debut but all we can think about is Gwyneth’s perfectly sequined slip dress. Gwyneth’s silky barely-there pale pink dress was paired with a matching pashmina, of course. Very apropos for the decade. And who made the dress? Duh, Calvin Klein.

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Kate Moss in vintage Dior, 2007

Kate Moss wore this stunning number when she arrived with fashion photographer Mario Testino at a party at the Victoria & Albert Museum in celebration of its new Dior exhibition. The vintage gold satin dress boasted a two-foot train with billowy sleeves cinched at the elbow down. Courtney Love accidentally trotted over the delicate satin, and as the rip grew, Moss had no choice but to tie it just below her hip.The dress has since been donated to charity and still stands as a Victorian-inspired bridal gown.

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Blake Lively in Chanel Haute Couture, 2014

Blake Lively at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival is a vision. Honestly, we’d marry her if she showed up at our door looking like that in all of her buxom-blonde glory. For the Mr. Turner premiere, Blake Lively wore a waist-whittling Chanel gown adorned with sequins. The plunging neckline made us nostalgic for a Serena Van Der Woodsen revival, and the look reached perfection with Sophia Webster Etta shoes and a mint green wrap.

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Liberty Ross in John Galliano, 2016

Liberty Ross wore her own weddings dress the Oscars Vanity Fair After Party and if that’s not enough bridal inspo for you, then we don’t know what is. Her wedding had only been two weeks prior and she still had that newlywed glow.

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Gigi Hadid in Roberto Cavalli, 2016

This dress screams modern bride. Of course, our girl Gigi would give us trendy bridal inspo at the American Music Awards. We’ve forgotten all the award-winners, but this gown is still on our mind. Off-the-shoulder and bohemian-inspired, the sheer lace gown is an effortless number. Pair the look with a choker and relaxed hair and you’ve got yourself a Hadid-looking bride.

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Kate Bosworth in Brock Collection,  2018 Critics’ Choice Awards

We are absolutely in love with Kate Bosworth’s gown at the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards. This look from Brock Collection is an elegant vision. From the classic red lip, sleek hair and understated earrings to the full-sleeve lace and peplum-like accent – this the epitome of a graceful but edgy bride.

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Margot Robbie in Chanel Haute Couture, 2018

We love our style icons from around the world but we love our Aussie ones from Down Under just that little-bit more. Hailing from Byron Bay, Margot Robbie turned heads in this jaw-dropping dress. Wearing a gorgeous white Chanel gown with beaded off-the-shoulder straps, the Aussie star of Oscar-nominated film, I, Tonya, experienced a wardrobe malfunction when one of the beaded straps fell apart. All was well when her crew rushed to her side with a sewing kit, with Margot stitching the strap back together herself. The dress took a total of 680 hours to create and just one minute to ruin it.

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Written by Shaymah Alkhair


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