The outfits of Kate Middleton and Princess Diana are the first things that come to mind when mentioning stellar wedding looks. Both dresses have been replicated by thousands of designers around the world and are fed up as everything is too popular. At the same time, many of the stars' impressive wedding dresses remained in the shadows. Dresses of 10 famous brides are still interesting to consider today.
The outfits of Kate Middleton and Princess Diana are the first things that come to mind when mentioning stellar wedding looks. Both dresses have been replicated by thousands of designers around the world and are fed up with being too popular. At the same time, many of the stars' impressive wedding dresses remained in the shadows. Dresses of 10 famous brides are still interesting to consider today.
The queen of pop had so many scandalous bright images that the first wedding dress was forgotten. In 1985, Madonna married Sean Penn in a lush tulle cloud and a thick veil. By the way, the veil on the head hides a bowler hat - an idea for brides who love non-trivial images.
Judy Dench, 1971
The British actress and chivalrous lady is a real source of inspiration for a winter wedding. In 1971, Dench chose an A-line dress, a strict white coat and a touching hood for her wedding with Michael Williams. Ethical fashion advocates will now opt for a faux fur accessory.
Audrey Hepburn, 1954
Who would doubt that Audrey would make the bride of her dreams? And the wedding photos confirmed the expectations. In 1954, the actress walked down the aisle with Mel Ferrer in a Givenchy dress. Voluminous sleeves and long gloves gave a special drama to the image. A wreath of white roses harmoniously complemented the boyish pixie haircut.
Brigitte Nielsen, 1985
The model and actress epitomized 1980s glamor at her wedding to Sylvester Stallone. Bright signs of the times - voluminous sleeves and purple shadows - are supported by a shining headdress and a neat bouquet. The result is a girl you can't help but admire.
Helen Mirren, 1997
The English actress was 52 years old when she married Taylor Hockford. Mirren has become a powerful source of inspiration for mature brides: notice her closed but richly embroidered jacket. The groom's suit also leaves nothing to be desired.
Natalie Wood, 1957
A lace cape-hood is a touching alternative to a veil, which at all times looks modern and adds charm to the bride's image. The proof is a photo of Natalie Wood at a wedding with Robert Wagner in 1957.
Jane Fonda, 1965
The wedding dress of the future aerobics queen perfectly captures the rebellious spirit of the 1960s. Mini length, suede boots, careless styling - every detail in the image of Roger Vadim's young wife is prompted by a revolutionary outlook on fashion.
The singer wore a slip dress for her wedding to songwriter Greg Allman. The cutout on the chest is eye-catching with lace trim reminiscent of a European country outfit. A lingerie style outfit is perfect if you want to create a 1970s look.
Bianca Jagger, 1971
Mick Jagger's wife is an alternative example for fans of the 1970s. A suit with a nude jacket and wide-brimmed hat evoke a relaxed attitude to life in the disco era. Don't think about the rules - just enjoy the holiday.
Courtney Love, 1992
Kurt Cobain's wife is the reference bride in the grunge style. Courtney opted for a low-budget wedding dress in gray lace, Cobain in plaid pajamas. The celebration itself took place on the beach. The couple neglected luxury, but the groom had a separate bouquet.