Picking the right dress for your wedding isarguably the most important fashion decision you’ll ever have to make. Naturally,when you’re faced with choosing a gown for your special day, you’ll be lookingfor inspiration everywhere. While there are many places and people you can lookto for inspiring designs, one of the best is to the women who make a living outof reporting on wedding fashions.
JJ’s House designer, Jessica, scoured the web to find some of the most iconic wedding dresses worn by the world’s most famous fashion bloggers and social media influencers. If you’re looking for wedding inspiration, you’ll be sure to find some here.
Classic and Timeless
If you’re looking for a chic classic piece for your special day, consider something simple and oh-so-sleek like the gown Monica Ainley wore on her wedding day.
For her September wedding to Marc de la Villardiere, Monica Ainley wore a sheer, off-the-shoulder dress custom-made by Louise Trotter. The timeless, feminine design featured an exposed neck and was accessorized with a simple pair of white Jimmy Choo pumps.
Bohemian and Country Chic
Who says a wedding dress has to be plain and fitted? If skin-tight dresses aren’t your thing and you’re looking for something loose and comfortable to wear on your big day, follow in the footsteps on Caroline Brasch, who wore a beautiful bohemian-style dress on her wedding day.
Caroline Brasch is one stylish trendsetter who choose to exchange vows in a dreamy, loosely-fitted Cecilie Bahnsen dress with puffy half-sleeves and floral lace detailing.
Maybe you’re a unique individual who doesn’t want to wear a dress to your wedding at all. Lucky for you, that style is in too.
AnneLaure Mais Moreau had a two-part wedding, which she kicked off with one of the most alternative wedding looks in history. Stepping way outside the box, AnneLaure wore a classic white bathing suit with a low V-neck and button details as she wed Edouard Moreau on a boat. The look was paired with sunglasses and a simple veil.
Stylist Lolita Jacobs took a risk on par with AnneLaure Mais Moreau’s bathing suit, wearing a very simple men’s-style white shirt designed by Azzedine Alaia. Paired with a floor-length veil, white bouquet and simple red flats, the look was effortlessly chic.
Get crafty with your dress and create something multi-functional so it’s easy to go from wedding ceremony to afterparty.
Chiara Ferragni couldn’t choose just one dress for her wedding. Her custom-made gown was a 2-in-1 piece designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri. The gown took over 1,600 hours and 400 metres of fabric to complete. The full-bodied skirt consists entirely of tulle for a truly ethereal look. The bodice is an intricately crocheted piece with long sleeves and a high neck, which doubles as a sleek jumpsuit.
Whether you’re looking for something classic, alternative or multi-functional, these fashion-forward ladies have set the trends for today. Take the lead and push the bar higher by adding your own stylish twist on one of these looks.