- The bride who went gothic
- The bride with a story
- The bride with power
- The bride who wore black
- The bride who repeated history
The bride who went gothic
She’s the epitome of sexy and the queen of burlesque—Dita Von Teese would never be married in traditional white. A bespoke, gothic Vivienne Westwood wedding gown in violet was more her style.
The bride with a story
If you know Kresha Bajaj or her designer label Koecsh, you know that she’s always been one with an edge. So it was hardly a wonder when she decided to etch her love story on her lehenga and make it personal.
The bride with power
When you’ve got Queen Bey by your side, you’re already in a place of power. But Solange Knowles took it to another level by channelling that power on her wedding day, in all-white caped Humberto Leon for Kenzo wedding gown.
The bride who wore black
Looks like Carrie’s love for her black engagement ring from Mr. Big in fact came from her choice to be married in black to her real-life husband Matthew Broderick. For a wedding set in the late 90s, the choice ought to have created quite the stir!
The bride who repeated history
Although not what she wore on her D-day, Kareena Kapoor Khan did wear a recreation of mother-in-law Sharmila Tagore’s wedding lehenga for her wedding reception. What a royal tale to tell!
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