10 Celebrity Wedding Dresses And Its’s Clones

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It is no news that celebrity wedding dresses cost a king’s ransom and they go all the way for it. With an endless budget available in preparation for their wedding, they get in line and book out some of the best designers in the world. To this end, your favorite icons have rocked some of the best celebrity wedding gowns of all time.

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You may not have such limitless funds to spare. And depending on your taste and choices, it’s quite easy to rack up bills on your wedding dress. But not to worry, you can still rock creations inspired by your favorite celebrities, regardless of their astronomical prices. Simply check out these timeless designs and work them to your style.

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Similar Miranda Kerr’s Dresses For You

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One of the most famous celebrity wedding dresses is the Grace Kelly-inspired creation worn by Miranda Kerr in 2016. It was the perfect hang between classic and chic for Victoria’s Secret angel.

Designed by Maria Grazia Chiara of Dior, the dress was a Satin A-line beauty with strategically placed lilies of the valley floral appliques on the long sleeves. It was a demure design that revolved around modesty, mystery, and purity, especially with its high neckline. Miranda finished this look with an elaborate veil and headpiece.

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Kate Middleton Celebrity Wedding Dresses

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The most beautiful celebrity wedding gowns cannot be named without including Kate Middleton’s elegant outfit. Synonymous with royalty, this dress cost $43400 and was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. This beauty in which she married Prince Williams in 2011 was a perfect balance between classic and modern. It featured a V-neck, dramatic train, long lace sleeves, full skirts, and a mid-length veil made out of silk and embroidered with flowers.

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Maria Menounos Inspired Wedding Dresses

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Menounos ushered in the New Year with a wedding to her longtime partner Keven Undergaro in 2016. After getting engaged on-air, the dress had to be a bombshell because there was anticipation. So she opted for a Pronovias strapless lace Randala design. It boasted a sweetheart neckline on mermaid silhouette and mesh details on the bodice for that sexy touch. It was a cold day, so Maria sought warmth by adding a matching lace detachable coat featuring a dramatic train. The dress took her breath, and ours, away.

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Ivanka Trump’s Wedding Dresses Twins

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For Ivanka’s wedding to her media mogul husband in 2009, she wore a Grace Kelly-inspired custom-made Vera Wang gown. The iconic dress featured layers of Chantilly lace, Lyon lace, and three-quarter sleeves. To nail this look, she accessorized with $220,000 worth of diamonds from her Ivanka Trump collection. However, she has a way of pulling off class in simplicity, which was evident.

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Similar Gowns To Kate Grigorieva Wedding Dress

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After giving us all the body and hair goals on the runway, Kate failed to pull out all the stops for her wedding. The Victoria’s Secret angel was wedded in an Ac Posen gown for David’s Bridal. The dress boasted a trumpet skirt, all over lace, and sheer sleeves with an illusion neckline. For veils, she went with the cathedral-length, lace-trimmed variation sitting pretty on her low chignon. She effortlessly pulled off an understated look.

Twins Of Princess Charlene Wedding Dress

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On the 2nd of July, 2011, Princess Charlene married Prince Albert in one of the most talked-about wedding dresses. Charlene wore a breathtaking Giorgio Armani Privé creation that matched her simple fashion style. It was a bespoke silk off-white gown that featured embroidery down the skirt’s bottom, train, and front of the dress. Built with the dress were 30,000 floral-patterned golden stones, 40000 Swarovski crystals, and 20,000 pearl teardrops.

The top was off-shoulder and fitted with silk organza and Duchesse, and the back had two trains of varying heights. It took a total of 2,500 hours to create, by three seamstresses to create the gown.

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Victoria Swarovski Dress And Similar Bridal Gowns

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It came as no surprise that the heiress to the Swarovski Empire would be bathed in crystals on her wedding day. But how much of it was what drove the fashion world crazy. The 23-year-old Austrian singer and crystal heiress wore a Michael Cinco custom creation for her Italian ceremony.

The dress featured a cocktail of paillettes and laser-cut flowers on the princess-cut, A-line skirt, and sheer bodice. It also incorporated 500,000 crystals and a 6m (46kg) long train, all valued at an estimated $885,000.

Wedding Dresses In The Style Of Kate Moss

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The Southrop wedding saw Kate Moss rock one of the top celebrity wedding dresses, a John Galliano for Dior creation. So iconic was this dress that was exhibited in the Victoria & Albert museum in 2014. Kate effortlessly pulled off the 1920s glamour style with inspiration drawn from Zelda Fitzgerald.

Talk about the bias cut gown with an illusion neckline and gold embroidery. Finishing this look, she incorporated a Juliet cap veil, nailing the Jazz Age style. She looked like a bombshell at her wedding to Jamie Hince in July. 1, 2011.

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Chiara Ferragni’s Bridal Gowns Clons

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Chiara Ferragni got married to her rapper husband in one of the most beautiful celebrity wedding dresses ever. Costing a whopping $420,000, the Italian blogger wore a Dior crotchet jumpsuit, high neck with lace bodice, and full-bodied tulle skirt over the top to the white ceremony.

For the reception, she switched to a cream tulle gown complete with a corset top and embroideries of hearts and lions. As if that wasn’t enough, Chiara’s reception dress incorporated the lyrics to a song written about her by her husband, Federico Leonardo. Sicily 2018, was a beautiful year for the blogger and influencer.

Meghan Markle Wedding Dresses

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Meghan wore one of the prettiest celebrity wedding dresses of all time that expressed simplicity. Arriving at Saint George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, she spotted an immaculate silk white dress. The cady gown was a thoughtful and minimalist custom creation by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy. This dress was simple and drew attention to the bride’s gorgeous face. The bateau neckline complemented her graceful collarbone and she polished this look with a lace embroidered 16ft veil. The diamond bandeau tiara from Queen Mary was the regal finish.

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