You’d be forgiven for thinking instead of attending The 92nd Annual Academy Awards, these celebs were actually headed to their own weddings. And no, we don’t mean the lads in their dull AF tuxes. We’re talking about the stunning white frocks that flooded the 2020 Oscars red carpet. Of course, they’re not all white and they’re not all dresses, but trust us, these looks are totally wedding-worthy (or at least belong on your Pinterest board).
Lily Aldridge in Ralph Lauren
Looking absolutely stun in Ralph Lauren, Lily Aldridge presents the perfect case for going veilless as a bride. Her elegant centre part and statement earrings do enough for bridal elegance without needing the traditional covering.
Billie Eilish in Chanel
Of course, if you’d like to veer even further from the bridal aisle, there’s Billie Eilish’s top-to-toe Chanel ensemble. Sure, for a wedding we might give the neon highlights a miss, but it’s hard to imagine not feeling chic in Chanel’s signature tweed.
Julia Carey in J.Mendel
Something blue? James Corden’s wife Julia Carey looks radiant in this J Mendel number that has us seriously considering blue hues for a bridal look. The deep neckline and side cutouts add some drama to the dress while the embellishments bring all the romance.
Salma Hayek in Gucci
Always an elegant fixture on the red carpet, Salma Hayek looks great in this one-sleeved look. Even her hair accessories are giving us major bridal vibes!
Renee Zellweger in Armani Prive
For the modern bride sequins are a must. Worn with neat bun, just like Zelleweger has it, this dress isn’t just bridal perfection, it’s not also an Oscar-winning gown.
Camila Morrone in Carolina Herrera
Out of all these looks, Camila Morrone is actually wearing a wedding dress. Designed by Carolina Herrera was the actress just drawn to the style or is she trying to tell us there’s a new Mrs Leonardo DiCaprio in town.
Cynthia Erivo in Atelier Versace
The Hollywood leg, the intricate bust detailing, the sculptured neckline. What’s not to love about Cynthia Erivo’s look. There’s drama, there’s elegance and don’t even start us on how great this would look on the dance floor post-ceremony.
Words by Emma Roffey