Happy new week lovers! Walking down the aisle is no different than walking down the red carpet! We present to you some of our favourite bridal looks from the recently concluded 2016 Oscars red carpet. We’ve rounded up the best bridal inspiration for the bride and her bridesmaids from the Oscar 2016 red carpet.
Is bride-to-be Lady Gaga wore a custom white Brandon Maxwell pantsuit with a long train attached to it. A trend that’s not new, we’ve seen quite a few brides rock similar looks on their wedding, thanks to Solange Knowles!
If you love bubble hi-lo hems, the. You’d love this yellow custom Louis Vuitton gown Alicia Vikander wore, clearly ripe for bridal inspiration.
Chrissy Teigen in Marchesa
If anyone could rock a skin tight nude embroidered Marchesa gown with a baby bump it would be Chrissy Teigen! John Legend’s main squeeze is the picture perfect glowing mama-to-be, and we are totally feeling that long braid. They are so cute together!
Indian actres Priyanka Chopra kept it 100% in this bridal-perfect Zuhair Murad Couture straight from the Paris runway featuring 3D climbing flowers. How gorgeous? Brides, take note!
Newlywed Sofia Vergara chose a midnight blue embroidered Marchesa ball gown, she looked like a dream, accessorising with Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Trust Giuliana Rancic to slay the red carpet ALWAYS! She wore a floral-embroidered white Georges Chakra gown with a gorgeous backless detail.
For the Bridesmaids
Twining in Violet: Tine Fey and Resse Witherspoon (Above)
Mismatched bridesmaids dresses have been taking over weddings lately, but Reese Witherspoon and Tina Fey have us rethinking matching bridesmaids dresses. The two wore floor length strapless purple gowns (Reese in Oscar de la Renta, Tina in custom Versace). Having gowns in the same style and color but with minor differences give a cohesive and updated look to matching bridesmaids dresses.
Bold colors were all over the carpet this year but none stood out quite like the vibrant red hues that Olivia Munn(in Stella McCartney) and Charlize Theron (in Dior Haute Couture) wore. Forget a demure blush, dressing your girls in a bold colour guarantees they’ll stand out. And it’ll make your white gown seem that much brighter.