Rumor had it, Adele secretly got married to her fiance Simon Konecki last week, but the singer denied reports saying in a tweet, “I’m not married…Zzzzzzz.” If and when she decides to get married officially, we’ve picked some dresses we thought she might wear. Here’s what we know: Adele seems to gravitate towards edgy but feminine looks. So perhaps she’d like a strapless, lace and tulle ballerina tea-length dress with black accessories, which is her go-to color! And of course, red lipstick. Or maybe she’ll go for a more form-fitting look like a sleeveless, mermaid lace dress with beaded embroidery.
Jennifer Aniston’s engagement to Justin Theroux was this week’s big news in celebrity wedding world. We immediately started brainstorming about which wedding dress the fashionable star would wear on her big day (something modern, form-fitting, and sleek, most likely), and found that there were several gowns from Romona Keveza’s new collection that would certainly suit her. The four gowns pictured above were our favorites – the two white gowns are from Romona Keveza’s bridal couture collection, and the two colored gowns are part of her evening gown collection. And yes, we do think Jennifer might wear a hue other than white for her second wedding – and black and red are two of her favorite colors for her red carpet appearances.
We were so excited to hear that Jennifer Aniston is now engaged to Justin Theroux. Of course, we immediately starting dreaming up what Jennifer’s wedding dress would look like. Here’s what we know: The actress seems to gravitate toward modern looks, nothing too frou-frou or overly feminine, so we’re thinking she’ll probably stay away from lace or floral appliques. And she does like to show off that famous physique of hers, so perhaps she’d like something form-fitting or short. Or maybe she’ll go for a super-edgy, fashion-forward look (a pantsuit, perhaps) or a style in her favorite color – black! Check out these styles we think Jen would love, and then tell us:
Photos (clockwise from top, left): Courtesy of White by Vera Wang, Dan Lecca, Courtesy of Sincerity Bridal, Dan Lecca
Black Swan star Natalie Portman married choreographer Benjamin Millepied over the weekend in beautiful Big Sur, California. The bride wore a tea-length dress by Rodarte which featured long illusion sleeves and a high neck, and accessorized with a floral wreath in her hair – a unique mix of vintage and bohemian styles. If you’re a fan of her look, we’ve found several wedding dresses that have similar details (above), plus you can view more tea-length wedding dresses here, and wedding gowns with sleeves here. And let us know in the comments what you think of Natalie’s look!
For all you celebrity wedding watchers out there, by now, we’re sure you’ve seen the photos from Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves’s laid-back Texas wedding, specifically the shots of Camila’s gorgeous handmade wedding gown. The design, created by a family friend based in Brazil, featured a bateau neckline and long sleeves all in beaded lace. The style really hits on two major trends that we saw at last season’s bridal market: illusion necklines and sleeves! And Camila certainly proves that you can wear sleeves any time of year, not just the cold weather months.
If, by chance, you don’t have the same connections as Camila, you can still find several more readily-available wedding gowns that have a similar Old World, feminine vibe. These styles are hot-off-the-runway from the most recent bridal market: