Celebrities on their big days are always our fashion icons for our own big days – and supermodels especially seem to fit that category. They are those otherworldly beauties stepping out of the magazine and onto the aisle, donning both conventional, darling looks, along with edgier expressions. Would you go above the knee and sassy-chic, or do you prefer to stick with tradition?
1. Chrissy Teigan
Chrissy wore more than one wedding dress (and that daring red one was perfect) but the famous extra puffy tulle one has our hearts. It connects to every girl’s dream of being consumed by a dreamy white cloud, and the strapless bodice’s cleavage dip is both classy and sexy. When in doubt, go full on fairy tale swag.
2. Ana Beatriz Barro
White lace might sound too traditional to some, but with this semi sheer long sleeved, off the shoulder piece, you won’t be thinking it’s the conventional choice. Ana looked so stunning in this Valentino choice, paired with the sweeping veil. The lace stripes and flawless silhouette made the VS model look like a princess.
3. Kate Moss
This sleek, champagne colored number was designed by the controversial John Galliano, but the beading and sheer overlay make this just as much of a statement dress as its huge white counterparts. The shimmery gold bottom must have looked so dreamy walking down the aisle – it really makes us think of old school Hollywood glamour.
4. Anja Rubik
Supermodel Anja Rubik looks like a high-end take on ‘80s Madonna with this short, puffy Emilio Pucci dress. She looks straight out of a magazine in this unconventional, custom-made piece. With ankle strapped stilettos, and a veil that goes way past the dress hemline, Anja’s gams have never looked better.
5. CoCo Rocha
This brilliant, dramatic piece made CoCo look like a goddess in this Zac Posen creation. Seeing as her wedding was located at a chateau in France, the extravagant mermaid silhouette composed of tulle, silk crepe, and organza must have made every guest’s jaw drop.
6. Miranda Kerr
Dior custom made this Grace Kelly inspired dress, and we must say the result was so effortless and timeless. She also chose the covered-up silhouette because it provides “a sense of purity and mystery”, as she told People.com which fits in with her new “pulled back” style. We also adored the head-piece, which seemed to combine a flower crown with a traditional veil.
7. Poppy Delevingne
Poppy rocked an haute couture gown by Chanel that was so elegant – it wasn’t skintight, nor did it envelope her in fabric. Instead, the bespoke piece featured gorgeous flower appliqués, a t-shirt style sleeve, and a sheer, sweeping hemline with an unexpected train.
8. Lara Stone
Lara was a boudoir-inspired, Marilyn-esque vision in this ivory silk satin Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci. The thigh-high slit and thick spaghetti strapped top showed just the right amount of leg and cleavage. The look was simple but breathtaking and enhanced the already angelic glow of Lara.
9. Cindy Crawford
A lot of people wouldn’t have the balls to rock this simple Galliano white lace slip as a wedding dress, but we think it’s the perfect understated choice for a beach wedding, paired with a simple white bouquet. Styled with wavy hair to match the surroundings, a golden tan, and a barefoot finish.
10. Christy Turlington
Yet another Galliano piece is featured here, but before all the controversy. Back in 2003, iconic supermodel Christy donned a classic Empire silhouette with lace features. One of the more traditional Galliano looks (Cindy went another route!) But we think this aesthetic is just as charming.