Wedding dresses inspired by the Golden Globes

by hellomagazine.com

Hollywood's starry beauties stepped out in their finest for the 2015 Golden Globe awards on Sunday night. But the glittering affair wasn't just an opportunity for fans worldwide to gawp at the show-stopping dresses – it was a moment for brides to gain inspiration for their own gowns.

Celebrities from Reese Witherspoon to Emily Blunt wore bridal-inspired numbers, which, with a little alteration, could be taken from the red carpet to the wedding aisle.

 

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Reese Witherspoon in Calvin Klein; Amsale gown; Christos gown


Reese lit up the night in a silver strapless, figure-hugging Calvin Klein dress.

And for brides wanting to emulate the blonde bombshell and add that extra sparkle to their big day, the shimmering Christos design is one option, while the Amsale gown features a subtle change in material from lace to silk.

 

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Emily Blunt in Michael Kors; Alice Temperley gown; Jenny Packham gown 


Emily, meanwhile, was another vision in white, and chose to show off her toned physique in a Michael Kors gown that featured cutout detail. Her dress seemed perfect for the summer bride, who may want to flirt with more daring necklines.

The Jenny Packham gown is the epitome of the Greek Goddess, while the Alice Temperley number features a playful skirt with frilly, dainty layers.

 

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Anna Kendrick in Monique Lhuillier; Dennis Basso gown; Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld gown


While many stars wore white for the A-lister event, others including Anna Kendrick and Taylor Schilling championed colour for the red carpet.

Into the Woods actress Anna looked picture perfect in a ball gown – a staple design in the bridal industry. Brides who want to show off as much or as little of their décolletage may opt for the plunging Dennis Basso creation, or the sparkly Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld number.

For more red carpet-inspired bridal gowns, click on the photos above.

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