This is a continuation of my previous post about red-carpet styles you can use as inspiration for your wedding dress design. Here are 5 more looks that can get you inspired:
One of the looks that stood out during the Oscars was this soft flowy Elie Saab pink dress worn by Anna Kendrick. If you like this kind of fabric for your wedding dress, the Le Spose di Gio bridal gown on the left is perfect for you. It's made of organza and also has the same off-shoulder style that offers a sexy cover-up for your arms.
Miley Cyrus goes for a bustier top in her Jenny Packham formal wear. You can get a similar look with the Lasara gown from Watters. It's simple and cute, and the embellished flowers on the upper part of the skirt makes this a great gown for a summer or garden wedding.
Gabourey Sidibe is a winner that night, not only for her Oscar-worthy performance but also for her style and grace as she donned this blue Marchesa off-shoulder number. Being plus sized doesn't mean you can't have a stylish gown. Many plus sized wedding gowns are already offered in the market, like the chic Eternal Love wedding dress from Igigi. It's made to flatter your curves and emphasize your best assets.
Kristen Stewart looked like a Barbie doll in a Monique Lhuillier. The same designer also created the strapless trumpet-style gown on the left, which looked very similar to what the Twilight star was wearing. Understated elegance -- that's what a bride in this gown exudes.
Last but not least is Demi Moore with this ruffled number from Versace. Ruffles add drama to your gown, and this Demetrios gown will definitely make the cut. Classy and sophisticated is the type of bride who'd make this her choice.
There you have it, some of the Oscar dresses that you can use as inspiration in creating your wedding gowns. While there are a lot of options, just remember to pick a gown that flatters your shape and feels comfortable. Even if it's just for a day, your wedding is one big, special day, and what you wear is as equally important as anything else.