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9 BRIDES THAT HAVE BEEN ICONIC FROM PAST TO PRESENT AND THEIR WEDDING DRESSES

One of the most memorable days for women is undoubtedly their wedding. Every minute and every detail of that special day is carefully selected and planned. Of course, they want the wedding dress they will wear on that day, which they will keep in their memories for a lifetime, to be perfect. Bride; Let's look at the unique wedding dresses written in fashion history and inspired many brides by leading their own time. Who knows, maybe it will inspire you too!

 

1. Audrey Hepburn

 

Doesn't Audrey Hepburn, who we remember with her iconic black midi-length dress, look dazzling with the wedding dress she preferred when she entered the world house with Mel Ferrer in 1954? Pierre Balmain, the designer of the wedding dress, whose every detail deserves to be examined. Stand-up collar, puffy half sleeves, the satin belt wedding dress is completed with elbow-length gloves. We are sure that Audrey Hepburn, who prefers white roses instead of a veil, has inspired countless brides-to-be with this look.

 

2. Grace Kelly

 

The wedding dress worn by the famous Hollywood actress Grace Kelly when she married the Prince of Monaco in 1956 is definitely among the unforgettable ones. Helen Rose is the designer of this unique dress, known as the most elegant and memorable wedding dress of all time. The wedding dress, which was completed in 6 weeks with 30 tailors, takes its place among the unforgettable on Grace Kelly. The high-necked, fully guipure-worked upper body of the wedding dress combines with satin and tailed skirt. Giving place to guipure embroidery on the hair accessory and the end of the veil ensures that delicacy and elegance dominate every detail.

 

3. Lady Diana

 

Think of a wedding dress that has the title of "the most famous dress in the world." We're talking about the wedding dress Lady Diana wore when she married Prince Charles in 1981. Known as "one of the most closely guarded secrets in the history of fashion," you can imagine how much curiosity was raised before the wedding. The designers of the wedding dress, David and Elizabeth Emanuel, were personally chosen by Lady Diana. After a long and troublesome design process, this magnificent wedding dress, which went down in world history and set the trends after the wedding, emerged.

 

4. Miranda Kerr

 

A different and elegant bride, out of the lines of her time, Miranda Kerr. Grace Kelly's wedding dress inspired Dior wedding dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri. However, Miranda Kerr preferred to complete this elegant and straight-lined wedding dress, mainly using taffeta, silk, tulle, and Belgian lace, with a tiara signed by Stephen Jones.

 

5. Kate Middleton

 

Another royal wedding and our iconic bride, Kate Middleton, with her unforgettable look. Although Grace Kelly's iconic wedding dress inspires the wedding dress by Alexander McQueen, it winks at modern times with its bolder lines. With its semi-transparent lace detail, V-cut neckline, fluffy skirt, and long tail, the wedding dress of the princess of modern times, Kate Middleton, takes its place among the iconic wedding dresses that inspire.

 

6. Angelina Jolie

 

It's time for Angelina Jolie's extraordinary wedding dress with its groundbreaking design. Luigi Massi, who is close friends with Angelina Jolie, created an outstanding composition by using the drawings of the six children of the Jolie and Pitt couple while designing the wedding dress. Inspired by Angelina Jolie's motherhood, Luigi Massi broke the long-standing untouchable wedding dress line and paved the way for bold designs that followed. There are fun drawings on the back and veil of the wedding dress, which stands out with its satin fabric and simple lines.

 

7. Jacqueline Kennedy

 

Ann Lowe is the designer of this iconic wedding dress Jacqueline Kennedy wore when she married John F. Kennedy in 1954. One of the most memorable brides of all time, Jacqueline Kennedy's wedding dress, is currently on display at the Kennedy museum. The draped fluffy skirt of the wedding dress, the off-the-shoulder neckline, and the whole taffeta fabric create an elegant and powerful image.

 

8. Victoria Beckham

 

Victoria Beckham sat on the wedding table with David Beckham in this iconic wedding dress by Vera Wang in champagne color. The wedding dress, made of taffeta fabric, looks magnificent with its bold bust, thin waist accent, and fluffy skirt. Victoria Beckham cannot be dishonored either. We have to say that she carried this assertive wedding dress with her due right.

 

9. Meghan Markle

 

Next up is the recently married royal bride, Meghan Markle. The much-talked-about wedding dress bears the signature of Clare Waight Keller. Meghan Markle's wedding dress, which was a matter of curiosity until the last minute, divided the followers into two as soon as it was showcased. Some found the wedding dress elegant and straightforward silk fabric, and others argued that it was pretty simple. So what do you think?

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