Monday, March 08, 2010

Fashionista Monday: Oscar-inspired Wedding Gowns

Congratulations to all winners of The 82nd Annual Academic Awards!

The Red Carpet, part of the show, is always my favorite part! Always love beautiful gowns the stars shine at red carpet. This is also part of the main reasons that brought me to the fashion industry after I graduated three years ago.

Today we are looking into some gorgeous gowns inspired by the stars as seen in The 82nd Annual Academic Awards Red Carpet.

1- Sandra Bullock in her embroidered lace and metallic Marchesa sheath.

For brides who love the Old Hollywood feel, I found this very classical matte sequins and ivory cut-out embroidery with sheer back gown by Claire Pettibone. Stunning!

2- Meryl Streep in her plunging white gown by Chris March from Project Runway show.
She looks elegantly beautiful.

I found this simple and yet elegant gown with low, draped back and pooled skirt by Alix & Kelly. This gown will look good in tall brides and be able to show off their pretty back. Oh...I wish I could be a few inches taller!

3- Anna Kendrick in her Elie Saab Couture off-the-shoulder blush gown. Pretty and Romantic! She looks so sweet!

Mintha (on the right), a combination of light mint green chiffon and white taffeta gown by Acquachiara. Mint green sash for the neckline and flowers on the corset. Ruffle in white taffeta creates a voluminous train to the back skirt. Dreamy color + Fairy Tale style = Romantic!

4- Carey Mulligan in black Prada gown embellished with Swarovski crystal flowers, forks, knives, scissors, and other random trinkets. The many ornaments definitely spiced up the simple hi-low black gown. Interesting!

Oleg Cassini designed a hi-low hemline gown for fun-loving offbeat brides too!
This strapless faille gown features elegantly draped sweetheart bodice and trendy three-dimensional flower at waist. Exclusively for David's Bridal.

5- Rachel McAdams in Elib Saab Haute Couture gown. Muted print in full volume organza and chiffon dress with draped heart-shaped neckline.

Michael Kors' muted print dresses (on the right) as seen in Bazaar Magazine.

6- Natalie Mark in her trumpet gown posed at The 82nd Annual Academic Awards Red Carpet. It is simple and yet she looks stunning in this gown.

Mermaid silhouette is my all time favorite. Moonlight Bridal Valerie Couture presented this strapless mermaid gown with scalloped tiers and hem. Isn't she look like a beautiful mermaid bride besides her groom?

Dear brides-to-be, I wish you all the best in finding your wedding gown for the important day in your life!

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