Ever notice how celebrities on their wedding day look the farthest from a commercial bride? The key is choosing the dress that best reflects your personality and style; whether it’s cute, sassy, conservative, sexy and even avant-garde. Often times, celebrity brides have strayed from the traditional white, strapless, floor-length wedding dress. In our infographic, we choose the top 5 Iconic Wedding Dresses. Take Mia Farrow who wed in 1966 when the trend at the time was the ball gown, donned a clean, fun and perfectly mod skirt suit.
Or Yoko Ono, who wore an unconventional outfit, composed of a mini-skirt, knee-high socks and a big floppy hat as a statement of her personality and individuality. Gwen Stefani graced her wedding aisle in a beautiful silk, Galliano gown dipped in pink dye on the bottom. America’s screen siren, Marilyn Monroe, went with the non-traditional route in her wedding, wearing a dark broadcloth suit with a white fur collar to add a dash of glamour. Ellen DeGeneres wore a relaxed white pantsuit with a sheer loose top under a stylish vest that embodied her personality perfectly; the pantsuit was designed by no other than Zac Posen, a designer known for his relaxed and elegant designs. All-in-all, it’s all about choosing the outfit that makes you feel the most beautiful, comfortable and mostly importantly, YOU, on your wedding day