Will These Be The New Bridal Trend? Stunning White Gowns Spotted at Vanity Fair’s 2016 Oscar Party
We heard the internet crashed with the amount of Google searches done just to find out what Priyanka Chopra wore at the Oscars. Quite evidently it took away the cake and spotlight (pun intended) from Leonardo DiCaprio’s first Academy Award for the best actor. Her white naked dress was a win-win Oscar look that had us go “OMG”!
We thought hmm, white dress = bridal inspiration. So, here we are.
While the Oscars Award night had multitude of vibrant colours and oomph that we couldn’t take our eyes off. For instance, there was Niomi Watts in an Armani Privé blue-and-purple gown with a chevron pattern and Alicia Vikander was spotted in a dusty yellow taffeta dress by Louis Vuitton. The Vanity Fair Oscar Party was a completely different ball game that witnessed a series of gorgeous white gowns, which we thought would be worth a steal for awesome bridal inspirations. While lovely and daring Christian brides can give these looks a shot, Hindu brides can try these stunning patterns and styles in colours of their choice for cocktail parties. These knockout gowns could be an awesome choice to pack away in your bridal trousseau too.
Waste no more time, check them out!
Sophie Vargera’s supertight white Mark Zunino Haute Couture gown with intricate beading and a tucked-in detail that cinched at her waist is an absolute choice to show-off your curvalicious body.
Raise the bar of your sex appeal just like Tennis Champion Serena Willaims did wearing a head-to-toe lace gown with a plunging neckline and sheer midriff.
If you’re a risk taker, just like Olivia Wilde, then don’t shy away. Steal her look featuring a Valentino haute couture gown with a plunging neckline, totally backless and pleated details.
Liberty Ross gave us a serious fashion statement by wearing her wedding dress to the Vanity Fair party. Her satin gown had draped accents and a mermaid hemline.
Lady Gaga known for her quirky style stunned us yet again wearing a crisp white jumpsuit designed by Brandon Maxwell featuring a full train.
Dress to Kill: Kerry Washington raised the bar for sexy by wearing a scintillating monochromatic Oscars Versace gown, with its leather bustier top and mile-long slit for the awards night and a racy sequin-encrusted white column gown that had a plunging neckline and super low-cut open back, all held in place by crucially positioned neon yellow strings at the after party.
Have it, flaunt it like a pro: Just like Kate Beckinsale showcased her flawless physique in a cream Romona Keveza column dress with an embellished bodice.
You could steal this for the mother-of-the-bride look: Joan Collins looks extremely ravishing in a Mark Zunino plunging white gown with glittery silver details on the waist.
Revive the 70s glam like Jessica Alba did at the Vanity Fair’s 2016 Oscar Party wearing a bright white Roberto Cavalli gown, belted at the waist.
Perfect inspiration for a fairytale wedding: Heidi Klum wore a one sleeve ombré tulle Marchesa gown with a cut-out at the bodice.
Cape sleeves are “IN”: Keeping up with trending fashion Elizabeth Banks looked chic in a Ralph & Russo jumpsuit featuring a see-through bodice and floor-length gown.
Having a vintage themed wedding? Rooney Mara shows you how to flaunt vintage glamour in an ornately detailed cream Givenchy Haute Couture gown with a central cut-out.
Game of Thrones fans your very own Daenerys Targaryen, Emilia Clarke rocked a low plunge polka dot and totally backless gown by Mui Mui that had a black velvet bow and long train. Classic bridal inspiration indeed!
Accentuate your curves, just like Amy Adams did wearing a criss-cross nude and white Versace dress with intricate net style beading.
If you like it simple, Alejandro González Iñárritu’s wife Maria Eladia Hagerman’s bright white floor length cap sleeved gown worn at the Oscar could surely fit your whim.
Saving the best for last our very own Piggy Chops (as lovingly called) Priyanka Chopra, effortlessly squeezed into the ‘Best Dressed List at Oscars’ wearing a Zuhair Murad sheer embellished naked gown with a metallic belt. And for the Vanity Fair Oscar’s party slipped into a shimmering Jenny Packham dress.