Oscar Inspired Wedding Gowns!

I don't know about you, but I mostly watch the Oscars for the Red Carpet portion. To be perfectly honest I usually fall asleep by the time the Best Picture award happens!

The wonderful people at Brides.com found these great options.

I loved Anne Hathaway's archival Valentino Haute Couture number. So Stunning!  Loved the floral bustle. This Platinum by Priscilla of Boston has a similar back detail that's quite royal.

Photos: Fairchild Archive (Anne) and Conde Nast Digital Studio (runway)

 

Jennifer Lawrence's  ultramodern Calvin Klein gown was streamlined and sleek. I think she looked phenomenal. However, I would have loved a big chunky necklace, bracelet, or earrings.  This Angel by Angel Sanchez gown features the same scoop neckline and simple-yet-stunning vibe.

Photos: WireImage (Jennifer) and Conde Nast Digital Studio (runway)

Now don't get me wrong, Matthew McConaughey looked as handsome as always. However, his gorgeous wife Camila Alves stole the spotlight.  Her feminine plunging neckline and  grand silhouette were stunning.  Her gown was by the designer Kaufman Franco, and this Amsale style.
Fairchild Archive (Camila) and Conde Nast Digital Studio (runway)
Ok, this was the sweetest dress ever! Hailee Steinfeld's stylist got it right on.  The True Grit star's sweet, feminine blush tulle tea-length Marchesa gown is very similar to this gown by Tracy Reese for my new obsession:  Anthropologie's BHLDN collection.
Photos: Fairchild Archive (Hailee) and Conde Nast Digital Studio (runway)
 

Halle Berry is always gorgeous.  Her Marchesa gown did not disappoint. This Monique Lhuillier style would be gorgeous for a formal nighttime wedding. Can you imagine this with candlelight??

Photos: Fairchild Archive (Halle) and Conde Nast Digital Studio (runway)

Amy Adam's coloring looked amazing. I was not a fan of the necklace and her hair. I would have loved a tight bun or up-do. Her    L'Wren Scott gown was stunning. This  Jenny Packham dress is very pretty, a definitely tough style to pull off.

Photos: Getty Images (Amy) and Conde Nast Digital Studio (runway)
 

Mila Kunis was my favorite look! The  Black Swan actress's custom Elie Saab evening gown was such a jaw dropping look. I love the soft tone.  Claire Pettibone dress, which also features lace-framed décolletage.

I love this casual  Jenny Yoo gown (bottom left), and in the soft, romantic layers of this dress by Carolina Herrera (right).

Photos: WireImage (Mila) and Conde Nast Digital Studio (runway) Bottom: Conde Nast Digital Studio

This was twin sister Shannon's favorite dress of the night! Too bad you are already married Shan :) Mandy Moore looked like a live version of the Oscar statuette in her glittering gold Monique Lhuillier. Fitting this dress would be key! This gown is available in white as part of Monique Lhuillier's Spring 2011 bridal collection.

xoxo, Erin

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