Wedding Style Secret: The 2017 Golden Globes Edit

Nicole Kidman proved that all the things that were once ruled too 80's for the aisle–like ruffled mermaid skirts, silver sequins paired with sheer insets and puffed off-shoulder sleeves all work. The actress wowed as she ushered in some much needed maximalism to the Golden Globes red carpet with a runway look from Alexander McQueen's Spring 2017 collection.

Emma Stone took celestial motifs to new heights and cheekily nodded to LaLa Land's "City of Stars" theme song  at the 2017 Golden Globes in Valentino Haute Couture. The delicate pale ivories, nudes and metallics of her look were subtle against her pale complexion, and paved the way for her stellar Tiffany & Co. collar to complement the look without appearing overdone. 
Get the Look: Valentino long dress in embroidered tulle, $7,160, valentino.com.

Hailee Steinfeld's custom Vera Wang look for the 2017 Golden Globes felt demure for the red carpet (and for her new rockstar persona)–but down the aisle, this pop of color would feel undoubtedly fresh and fashion-forward. Good news is, this silhouette is straight from the designer's Fall 2017 bridal range.
Get the Look: Vera Wang Bride "Felisa" gown, price upon request, verawang.com. 

Kristin Wiig looked romantic yet modern in a mock neck, flutter sleeved look with a semi-sheer skirt that showed off her heels. The look suited the quirky starlet just as much as it would a more contemporary version of a beach bride.

Perhaps bride-to-be Miranda Kerr is using the various red carpet appearances she has in her schedule to sample silhouettes of looks she's entertaining for the aisle? This strapless look by August Getty seems standard at first glance, but an open-back, draped bodice and thigh-high slit gives it an added dose of sex appeal.

Chrissy Teigen proved that on olive skin tones, gilded lace feels just as special as a soft pastel or soft ivory. An oversized peplum on her Marchesa look added drama, but still kept the look slim and sleek to easily highlight what made our jaws drop–her post-baby body.
Get the Look: Marchesa Bridal Spring 2017 Look 5; call or visit Mark Ingram Atelier for enquiries.

Lily Collins channeled gothic, romantic and borderline Miss Havisham vibes on the Critics Choice Awards blue carpet in Elie Saab–and we could not have loved it more. Her mussed hair and deep plum lip elevated this otherwise vintage, feminine look with a much-needed dose of high-brow edge.
Get the Look: Costarellos Style #BR1719 dotted swiss Victorian neck gown, Price Upon Request, costarellos.com.

Gigi Hadid kicked off her many looks to host the AMA Awards in Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater with a boho off-the-shoulder look from Roberto Cavalli. The model du jour elevated the laid-back vibes of her easy silhouette with glamorous hair and a bold red lip.
Get the Look: Self-Portrait off-the-shoulder bridal dress, $1,110, fwrd.com.

Ciara showed off her new baby bump in a black and white Stephane Roland gown for the 2016 American Music Awards red carpet. Her look, while hinting at Black Swan chic, was primed for goth brides looking to make a statement.
Get the Look: Vera Wang Bride Fall 2016 "Mercedes" gown, price upon request, verawang.com.

Isabeli Fontana turned heads on the carpet at amfAR's 23rd Cinema Against AIDS Gala at the Cannes Film Festival, accenting her uber-minimalist fishtail gown with a jaw-dropping diamond collar. 
Get the Look: Vera Wang Bride "Priscilla" sheath, price upon request, verawang.com.

Marchesa's Georgina Chapman donned an ivory gown of her own design to the amfAR's 23rd Cinema Against AIDS Gala, showcasing a more playful side of dressing for the carpet–and the aisle–with a draped beaded plunging neckline and a tiered fringe skirt.

Amal Clooney donned a canary yellow draped silk chiffon gown by Atelier Versace to a screening of Money Monster on the second day of the 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival. Take notes: a subtle hue and an artfully draped silhouette are the quick and easy way to appear elegant and effortless.

Cate Blanchett opted for a romantic, subtle seafoam green sheath by Armani Privé for the 2016 Oscars, adorned with fluttering appliqués. Looking for a fashion forward alternative to ivory? Try a pastel that suits your skin tone.

Priyanka Chopra stunned in an intricately embroidered mermaid silhouette by Zuhair Murad with an illusion skirt at the 88th Annual Academy Awards.
Get the Look: Zuhair Murad "Petra" bridal gown, $14,405, Mark Ingram Atelier, 212.319.6778.

Kate Hudson inspired brides with a penchant for prints at the Kung Fu Panda 3 premiere, donning a look from Monique Lhuillier's Pre-Fall 2016 collection. 

Get the Look: Monique Lhuillier embroidered floral dress, $5,495, farfetch.com.

Take note of cool ways to cover up: Elizabeth Banks watched the Oscars awards ceremony from the Vanity Fair party in a caped mock-necked Ralph & Russo embellished gown.

Kendall Jenner ruled the night at the Chopard Wild Party in Cannes in an Elie Saab Haute Couture embellished mini dress paired with a matching feather-trimmed duster coat, Chopard jewels and Jimmy Choo stilettos. For the aisle, wedding day separates that give the illusion of a gown at the altar but free your legs up with a shorter length for dancing are the best of both worlds.
Get the look: Naeem Khan "Bolivar" ensemble, price upon request, naeemkhan.com

Lara Stone walked the Cannes red carpet for the premiere of Julieta in an embroidered buff-colored Prada tulle sheath accented with a black belt and styled with Repossi jewels. Not about wearing alabaster down the aisle and think pink is too prim? Nude silk tulle (preferably with some added sparkle) and black accents are your new best friend.

Toni Garnn donned an all-lace Ulyana Sergeenko Couture sheath at the L'Oreal Paris Blue Obsession Party in the South of France, adding edge to a traditionally bridal silhouette by pairing it with a breathtaking diamond and sapphire choker.
Get the Look: Elizabeth Fillmore "Bardot" sheath, price upon request, elizabethfillmorebridal.com.

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