Elizabeth celebrated her 18th birthday by marrying Conrad “Nicky” Hilton, in 1950. She would end up walking down the aisle, seven more times, with six different men, as she married Richard Burton twice. Elizabeth Taylor’s first wedding dress was designed by Helen Rose, the same designer who created Grace Kelly’s iconic gown.
Long sleeves, a full skirt, and an off-the-shoulder neckline are some of the features of this dress, that became a timeless classic. Elizabeth looks absolutely stunning, as she did throughout her entire life. And as previously suggested, there were plenty of other iconic wedding dresses that followed in her long, illustrious life.
Evelyn Lozada's wedding to Chad Johnson may not have stood the test of time, but her bridal fashion choices are still talked about today. For her special day, Evelyn had not one, not two, but three stunning outfits. Her walking down-the-aisle gown was particularly memorable, as it perfectly complemented her beauty and elegance.
The flared skirt and glowing headpiece made her look like a true princess, and the floor-length veil added to the Cinderella effect. The strapless design not only showcased her figure but also gave her a tall and prestigious look. It's no wonder that Evelyn's wedding dress continues to inspire brides-to-be.
When Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock decided to elope in Walland, Tennessee in October 2013, the singer opted for a modest and intimate wedding. However, when it came to her wedding dress, Kelly did not hold back. The gown she wore on her special day was nothing short of exquisite.
The long-sleeved dress was intricately laced from top to bottom, with the lace beautifully draping down and complementing her form. To complete her stunning bridal look, Kelly wore a delicate silver headpiece that perfectly accentuated the dress. Despite the iconic moment, the couple didn't stand the test of time and parted ways in 2021.
On her wedding day on July 31st, 2010, Chelsea Clinton looked breathtaking in a strapless wedding dress. The magnificent gown was made of layers of ruffled silk organza and was decorated with intricate detailing that added just the right amount of glamour to the dress. To complete her stunning look, Chelsea wore a silver, diamond-decorated waistbelt that perfectly complemented the gown.
She also adorned elegant small silver earrings and a matching tennis bracelet, creating a first lady (or first daughter) look that was both classic and sophisticated. It's no wonder that Chelsea's wedding dress is still talked about to this day
We were thinking about which wedding we should focus on (out of the three) and then decided to focus only on the first one which is when Marilyn Monroe wore a traditional wedding dress (in the other two the outfits she chose were not exactly acceptable wedding gowns).
She was only 16 when she got married for the first time, and the gown she wore suited the dreamy wedding only a 16 year girl could dream of. These were the days when Marilyn was a brunette, when her appearance was modest, and when she was mostly known to all as Norma Jean.