See Kim Kardashian’s Givenchy Wedding Dress (and Get the Look!)

Kim Kardashian: E! / E!

After endless speculation over which designer would create Kim Kardashian’s wedding dress, we should have known all along that it would be her BFF, Riccardo Tisci! Ricardo, the creative director of Givenchy, designed Kim’s Givenchy Haute Couture white lace gown with sheer paneling and cutouts (and Kanye’s wedding tuxedo too). Kim’s matching silk veil and perfectly parted hair completed her elegant and fashion-forward look. We love it, Mrs. West!

Kim’s look is giving us major long-sleeve and lace dress inspiration, so keep scrolling for five look-alike gowns that are just as gorgeous!

Ethereal Embellishments

Maria Valentino / MCV Photo

Maria Valentino / MCV Photo

Wedding dress by Anne Barge

Belted Beauty


Wedding dress by Allure

Keyhole Chic


Wedding dress by Christos Costarellos

Plunging Perfection


Wedding dress by Galia Lahav

Scrolling Sophistication

Maria Valentino / MCV Photo

Maria Valentino / MCV Photo

Wedding dress by Inbal Dror

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  • Danielle G.
    05/27/14 at 05:34

    the only thing these dresses have in common is that they have lace long sleeves. other than that, none of these look anything like Kim’s dress

  • 05/28/14 at 09:10

    absolutely loving lace & long sleeves right now. so pretty!

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