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Poppy Delevingne Inspired This New Twist on Wedding Gowns

Jun 4 2014 - 2:17pm

Every week [1], we bring you the best shoppable fashion and lifestyle stories from our partner Lifestyle Mirror [2]. Today we're sharing floral wedding [3] dresses inspired by Poppy Delevingne, who wore this bohemian gown [4] to her wedding. 

Celebrities have all the luck, don't they? When Poppy Delevingne married James Cook in a classy ceremony in London, we were floored by her gorgeous and unique Chanel gown [6]. Then, just last weekend, the couple held a second wedding in Marrakech, Morocco. The model and former Lifestyle Mirror cover star [7] matched the exotic destination with an utterly dreamy bohemian, floral gown designed by Emilio Pucci [8]'s creative director Peter Dundas. She lived out two of our bridal fantasies in under two weeks. We vow to never consider a traditional wedding dress again.

Whether it's your first wedding dress, your third or even your fifth, there's plenty of reason to be inspired by Poppy's fabulous second bridal look. A gown or maxi dress [9] with a floral print is romantic, feminine and totally unexpected [10]. The last thing you want is to feel like every other bride when you're walking down the aisle so think of traditional bridal boutiques and lines as a last resort.

Instead, start with designers and brands who have a colorful [11], bohemian flair like Matthew Williamson and Giambattista Valli [12]. We found quite a variety of gorgeous options from contemporary brands like Vince Camuto [13] to straight-off-the-runway Valentino [14]. For something that still feels classic but with botanical detail, look to BHLDN [15] and Ralph Lauren [16].

From Marrakech to Montana, add that ethereal element to your bridal look no matter where you wed.

Source: Getty [17]

Donna Morgan Sweetheart Chiffon Gown

Add some bright hues to turn a plain dress into a walking statement down the wedding [18] aisle. This strapless ensemble  [19]($240) is perfect for the summer nights.

Giambattista Valli Couture Dress

Nothing screams classy and elegant like this one-shouldered dress from Giambattista [20] ($19,808). The mermaid silhouette shows off your best assets.

Amen Couture Silk Dress

It's all about the neckline and belt in this Amen dress [21] ($1,830). 

See all the selections here [22], or check out one of these other great Lifestyle Mirror stories:

How To Wear Fringe In the Summer  [23]

Turn Your Bike Rides Into a Fashion Statement [24]

The Ultimate Guide to Retro Bathing Suits  [25]


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