Wedding outfits are special for every bride, as it’s for the once-in-a-lifetime event. Whether it’s simple or enriched with jewels, dresses can get thoroughly extortionate. So, let’s have a look at the graceful, eye-catching, and most expensive wedding dresses throughout the world.
The Chinese model, actress, and singer experienced the wedding which every girl would dream of. Angelababy, whose actual name is Angela Yeung, wore a couture Dior gown that was five months in the making. The satin organza ivory gown, engulfed in dozens of Chantilly lace flowers which were sewn on by hand, multiplied the beauty of the ever-charming actress. A total of seven petticoats of 164 feet of tulle made up the skirt, while a 10-foot train completed her look. This dress cost the lady, who married her long-term boyfriend Huang Xiaoming, an amount of USD 30 million only ;).
- Victoria Swarovski
There is a strong bond between Swarovski’s and crystals, which is depicted in the singer’s wedding. Victoria Swarovski, an Australian pop singer, married a Munich-based entrepreneur, Werner Mürz, in a grand way. The Cathedral of San Giusto in Trieste, Italy became the witness of the awe-inspiring juncture. On their wedding day, Victoria Swarovski made her grand entrance in a praise-worthy gown worth more than $1 million. It’s a no lie to say that every minute detail of this wedding was profligate. Her million-dollar wedding dress was designed by Michael Cinco, carried about 500,000 crystals, weighing over 100 pounds.
- Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West exchanged their vows at the Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy in the year 2014. Kim looked staggering in her half-million-dollar custom-made Givenchy Haute Couture gown, featuring lace panels and pearls collaborated with a cathedral-length veil. Designed by a friend of Kanye – Givenchy’s creative director Riccardo Tisci – the stunning wedding dress of Kim is said to have set her back around $530,000. The glamorous gown had full-length sleeves, sheer back panels, fishtail bottom, and a long lace train. It completely overshadowed even the magnificent walls of flowers that adorned the venue.
- Amal Alamuddin
The British-Lebanese barrister Amal was looking glamorous in her full Oscar de la Renta gown. This off-the-shoulder French lace dress carrying hand embroidery with pearls and intricate beading, which got completed by an embroidered veil, worth USD 512,000 was enough to turn the pretty lady into a stunning bride. She got married to the very famous George Clooney in 2014 at the very romantic city Venice, Italy. Hers was the last wedding dress the late designer created before he passed away and for a while there, it was featured in an Oscar de la Renta exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts. She is currently specializing in international law and human rights and was appointed the special envoy on media freedom by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
- Catherine Middleton
English designer Sarah Burton, creative director of the luxury fashion house Alexander McQueen, designed the bridal gown worn by Catherine Middleton at her wedding to Prince William on 29 April 2011. The curtain from the bride’s dress removed as she stepped out of her car to enter Westminster Abbey. It shook the Western bridal gown trends and outlined the other designs, as it blended traditions with modernity. It resembled the patterns of dresses of the 1950s and would look elegant even if worn in the 2050s. Do you know replicas of the dress were produced and sold, but the original dress was on display at Buckingham Palace from 23 July 2011 until 3 October 2011 during the annual summer exhibition? The Royal Lady went with a classic gown with lace sleeves and a full skirt. Then there was the nine-foot train and silk tulle veil. All this was worth USD 427,000.
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