Some people say you can never have too much of a good thing. If we’re talking wedding dresses, those people are correct. You can never have too much (or rather, too many) of them. We’ve brought you multi-wedding-look #inspo in the past (hello, lovely Priyanka Chopra gowns), but we figured you can never have too much wedding inspiration, are we right? Today, we’re putting the spotlight on not one, but two iconic brides who just couldn’t say no to other gowns that crossed their paths.
Scroll down to check out iconic brides who wore more than one dress!
Ellie made her ceremony entrance in a white, silk crepe, long-sleeved dress topped with delicate embellishments (we’re looking at you, white glass beads). Doubled with a silk radzimir petticoat, the gown featured hand-embroidered White Roses of York in honor of her beau’s Yorkshire upbringing. The timeless-yet-modern Chloé gown was designed by Natacha Ramsay-Lévi and it exuded victorian vibes with its high-neck, ruffled lace collar and elegant train.
After gleaming in her romantic Chloé piece, Ellie switched into a sleek Stella McCartney off-the-shoulder number. The minimalist, column silhouette featured a slit (which mind you, was adorned with a shimmery diamond trim) that ran all the way up her thigh.
Did you leave room for dessert? We certainly hope so, because you won’t want to miss the masterpiece she wore for her first dance and cutting of the cake. Ellie went with a sophisticated evening skirt paired with a pearl-and-silk bodice by Ralph & Russo. Lastly, she ended her bridal gown affair with a statement-making Balmain mini, which was fitted and had voluminous long sleeves.
This is a bit of a throwback, and it’s the perfect example of how, sometimes, you can’t even have too much of a good designer (read: Vera Wang). When Chrissy chose the designer, she was all set on her wedding gown, but then she spotted another dress… and then another one. Cue, her wedding dress trilogy.
For her ceremony dress, Chrissy wore a puffy ball gown with a geometrically-cut sweetheart neckline. Her dinner dress option (which was originally her ceremony option) was dramatically different in a mermaid silhouette with cascading tulle at the bottom. And to finish things with a bold statement (as we’re learning, brides love to do), she slipped into a red-colored, gradual-trumpet gown for her reception.
Pro-Stylist Tip: Want to try a second (or third, or fourth… you catch our drift) wedding look for your big day? Let your Stylist know so you can get started on your gorgeous designs!
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