Some girls get married and change their lives, while others change the lives of other brides and the whole wedding fashion industry by just going out in a dress. We are talking about celebrities whose legendary wedding dresses are still being emulated by both brides and designers.
The "Meghan Markle effect", where everything that the former duchess wears becomes fashionable and desirable, worked one hundred percent at her wedding. Her dress, unusually minimalist for a royal wedding, has become a model of modern elegance for thousands of brides: a minimalistic outfit with sleeves and a boat neckline is considered one of the most fashionable outfits today.
The legendary actress, style icon and muse of Hubert de Givenchy chose dresses from her favorite designer for her two weddings. The short pink dress with a headscarf that she wore to her wedding to Andrea Dotti in 1969 was iconic among 1970s fashionistas.
But modern brides are more often inspired by Audrey's snow-white outfit, in which she got married for the first time to Mel Ferrer in 1954. A fluffy midi skirt, voluminous sleeves, a closed collar and a row of buttons are unusual, feminine and keeping in with the Hepburn style.
Open shoulders, a slightly understated fluffy skirt, and an accent on the waist in the form of a colored bow - this dress, in which the character played by Kate Hudson got married in the movie "Bride Wars", Vera Wang created as a one-off piece especially for the film. Kate's outfit made such a splash that soon after the comedy was released, the designer added it to her main collection - too many girls wanted the same outfit for themselves.
Kate Middleton entrusted the creation of the wedding dress to the creative director of her favorite brand - Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen. And she was right: the dress with lace sleeves, a V-neck and a long train amazed everyone who watched the royal wedding in 2011 and inspired many brides.Kate Middleton entrusted the creation of the wedding dress to the creative director of her favorite brand - Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen. And she was right: the dress with lace sleeves, a V-neck and a long train amazed everyone who watched the royal wedding in 2011 and inspired many brides.