Wedding Worthy Gowns At The Met Gala 2012

In honor of both Elsa Schiaparelli and Prada at the Costume Institute’s annual ball, the Metropolitan Museum of Art welcomed Anna Wintour and the world’s most glamorous stars on the red carpet. Dressed to kill, some so daring if I do say so myself, the Hollywood icons and fashion leaders stepped out to show their best – or worst. We have picked out some wedding worthy styles that are sure to influence the aisles. From Amy Adams to Donna Karan, the elite have set the standards for new bridal trends this year.

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Amy Adams in Giambattista Valli

Amy Adams looked stunning in a Giambattista Valli gown. We love this asymmetrical one-shoulder drape and gold bow belt. That is a great statement piece!
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Ashley Greene in Donna Karan

Ashley Greene was shining on the red carpet in her Donna Karan strapless gown. With the perfect fitted bodice, drape detail, and just the right amount of sparkle, this gown has wedding worthy style ready to walk down the aisle!
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Sofia Vergara in Marchesa

Sofia Vergara is always glowing, but she had all eyes on her in this beautiful Marchesa gown. I love the waterfall peplum and wedding worthy silhouette!
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Camilla Belle in Ralphe Lauren

Maybe not the ideal wedding gown, but this sheer neckline and slim silhouette is fab! Camilla Belle was breathtaking in Ralph Lauren. How sexy do you want your wedding dress to be?
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Dakota Fanning in Louis Vuitton

Dakota Fanning looked like a princess in Louis Vuitton. A fitted bodice and gathered rosette skirt has given this hue wedding worthy style on our list.
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Lily Collins in Valentino

One of my favorite gowns of the night was Valentino's heirloom-inspired lace gown on Lily Collins. With such a vintage elegance, I think this has major wedding worthy potential. I love the idea of a lace overlay over a floral gown! Think about having a conservative gown for the ceremony and dancing the night away in a new dress!
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Jessica Stam in Dior

Jessica Stam's intricate Dior gown sparkled on the red carpet with it's striking silhouette, standing sleeves, and structured bodice.
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Donna Karan in Donna Karan

Donna Karan's strapless gown was sleek and chic in terms of wedding worthy style. I love the drapey detailing and think it would be lovely for the Bohemian bride.
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Paula Patton in Vera Wang

This structured frame has wedding worthy style written all over it! Paula Patton looks gorgeous in her Vera Wang spring pastels.
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