Oscars 2017: Red Carpet Dresses You Could Wear on Your Wedding Day
The 2017 awards season was filled with some seriously stunning red carpet looks that served as incredible bridal inspiration—from the gorgeous Golden Globe gowns to the eclectic SAG Awards dresses and the bold Grammy looks. But celebrities always save their most daring and beautiful looks for the Oscars. After all, it is considered the biggest night in Hollywood! And this year’s show was no different. Stars turned the red carpet into their own aisle at the 89th Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. Click through to see our favorite dresses that would be perfect for your own big day.
Emma Stone was a golden goddess in a fringed Givenchy creation fit for a retro bride. The La La Land star punctuated her gorgeous gown with Tiffany & Co. jewels.
Actress Hailee Steinfeld had a princess moment in a dreamy Ralph and Russo gown with floral motifs and a wedding-ready train.
The simple silhouette of Moonlight nominee Naomie Harris's white Calvin Klein dress is elevated with a peek-a-boo cutout and high-low skirt.
As John Legend said, Chrissy Teigen "looks like a goddess"—and we couldn't agree more. The model turned heads in a sexy-yet-sophisticated Zuhair Murad gown complete with a cape.
Taraji P. Henson
Want to make a sexy statement down the aisle? Take a cue from Hidden Figures actress Taraji P. Henson's velvet Alberta Ferretti gown. It proves that sometimes less really is more.
Best Actress nominee Ruth Negga's ethereal custom Valentino gown floated down the red carpet... and we have a feeling it'd do the same down the aisle. (Just picture it in white!)
Actress Emma Roberts is bringing Old Hollywood glamour back in a romantic vintage Armani Privé dress.
Octavia Spencer, nominated for Best Supporting Actress, glowed in a Marchesa ballgown complete with a feathered skirt.
Calling all modern brides, look no further than Priyanka Chopra's geometric-patterned Ralph & Russo sheath—complete with 60-carat Lorraine Schwartz earrings worth $5 millon!
Olivia Culpo looked out-of-this-world in a silver, dance-floor-ready Marchesa gown. Fun and form-fitting, this dress is made for a vintage-inspired celebration.
Karlie Kloss looked glamorous as ever in a white, caped Stella McCartney gown. As for her "something blue?" A ribbon in recognition of the ACLU.
Felicity Jones rocked an ankle-length dress with a full tulle skirt fit for ballet-loving brides.
Scandal's Darby Stanchfield's Georges Chakra sheath gets a dramatic upgrade thanks to a chic sheer overlay.
This champagne, big-bowed, strong-shouldered Gucci gown is formal enough for a wedding but also entirely original.
Presenter Alicia Vikander's Louis Vuitton gown flaunts three major bridal trends: a high-low skirt, cap sleeves, and lace.