Get The Look: Natalie Portman’s Tea Length Dress!


We have been anxiously awaiting to see wedding photos of the 31-year old Oscar winner and she looks so happy! Natalie and new husband Benjamin Millepied had their Jewish ceremony in in Big Sur, California this past weekend.

Natalie wore a tea length white dress with a sheer overlay and long, sheer sleeves. She kept her style simple and casual in sweet ballerina flats, and romantic with soft waves and floral crown.

Inspired by Natalie’s tea length choice, here are other options that you may want to consider. A tea length gown is a great way to go a bit more casual and still show off your unique style. Let us know in the comments below how you plan to accessorize your wedding dress (any length)!

Congratulations to both Natalie & Benjamin!

Photo: Alan Zepeda
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Isaac Mizrahi

Some black beading and embroidery is charmingly chic. Pair with a black sash for a look that Audrey Hepburn would be jealous of too.

Photo: Alan Zepeda
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Kelly Faetanini

A trendy high-low hemline made of lace is daring and romantic. Long lace sleeves balance out the top.

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Justin Alexander

A flirty two-tone tulle tea length dress (try saying that 10 times fast) has ballerina quality reminiscent of Natalie's star role in the Black Swan.

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J Crew

A little white dress can be accessorized to fit your personality. Try adding a sash, or bolero to get a look that is all your own!

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