10 Rebellious Bridal-Worthy Looks from the Oscars

For as long as I can remember, I was not the type of girl who would look at bridal looks for wedding inspirations. In fact, my ultimate bridal peg when I was wedding planning was Drew Barrymore's Dior Gown from the Golden Globes. 

Since we've pretty much established in this blog that Rebel Brides lust for bridal gowns that are not necessarily white and not necessarily made from the usual bridal gown materials (aka swarovksi, frou frou, cathedral train...and more swarovski, frou frou, cathedral train REPEAT), we think that instead of just wedding magazines, Rebel Brides can also ogle at red carpet looks. And the Oscars is the best reference for that. Here are the Top 10 Oscar looks that we think are Rebellious Bridal-Worthy for you no matter what your bridal/wedding personality is.

 For the Quriky kind of bride there's Michelle Williams' Vera Wang Gown 

 For the Boracay kind of bride there's Mandy Moore's Monique Lhuillier Gown

 For the Minimalist kind of bride there's Hilary Swank's Guy Laroche Gown

 For the Boho kind of bride there's Angelica Huston's 1970s Gown

 For the Classic w/ a Twist, Church Ceremony kind of bride there's Jen Law's Dior Gown.

And just because I love Jen Law's gown so much (sooo much better than the usual white bridal gowns), I just had to put one more photo. 

For the rebelliously elegant kind of bride there's Nicole Kidman's  Balenciaga Gown.

For the goth/punk/rock kind of bride there's Vanessa Paradis'  Chanel Gown.

For the ethereal kind of bride there's Louise Roe's Monique Lhuillier Gown.

For the dramatically romantic kind of bride there's Penelope Cruz'  Versace Gown.

And finally for the adorably brunch/tea party kind of bride, there's Audrey Hepburn's Givenchy Gown

Which one is your fave? :)

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