|Lifted from: US MAGAZINE|
The press calls the bride's Rodarte gown 'unusual'. Why didn't they just say it was simply beautiful or unique, or pretty? Why did it have to be...of all descriptions....'unusual' --and for what? Because it wasn't the 'usual' standard to some? Oh but we applaud Natalie for doing what she wanted to do and we celebrate her for it!
Here's a snippet from Yahoo!'s feature:
At some of the biggest events in her career, Natalie Portman has donned show-stopping gowns by Rodarte. So when it came to the most important day in her personal life — marrying dancer Benjamin Millepied in California's Big Sur over the weekend — she again turned to the fashion label, which is run by her longtime friends, sisters Laura and Kate Mulleavy. The result? A conservative, rather understated creation, which seemed to fit in well with the overall vibe of the nuptials.
While many Hollywood types tend to go for something more over the top on their wedding day, the 31-year-old actress beamed in the unadorned white, A-line style dress that was tea length with a layered bottom, and featured a sheer overlay that modestly covered her arms and chest. She accessorized the gown with a simple white floral crown, a veil, and nude-colored flats.
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