Kirsten Dunst looked fierce in a black velvet Valentino gown. Not one for the faint hearted (or the chruch) The "Fargo" star wore a deep plunging neckline with the ties across the chest. Keeping the jewellery simple she opted for Fred Leighton diamond drop earrings and a matching cuff. Finishing off the look with Salvatore Ferragamo heels.
Olivia Wilde wore a deep plunge Michael Kors gown. The figure hugging dress had a subtle sparkle and banded waist, cutting off the deep V. She completed the look with Bulgari Jewellery. For a bride looking for a simple yet sexy dress, this is the one.
Joanne Froggart wore a Reem Acre gown from the pre fall 16 collection. The "Downton Abbey" start looked stunning in a strapless periwinkle blue dress with a heart shaped bodice and deep plunging neckline. A cinched waist and flowing skirt showed off the actresses figure perfectly. She finished off the dress with pink diamond earrings from Chopard and a silver box clutch. This dress would look stunning in white for the bride or folowwing the 2016 trend of soft blues for the bridemaids.
Jaime Alexander split us at The Attic, did she take the plunge too far? From the label Genny, this metallic emerald green dress with black geometric shapes stood out on it's own at the golden globes. The Voluminous skirt which included pocket's would look stunning as a bridal gown, but it would take one brave bride to carry off this plunging neckline. Like many other's on the night, accessories where kept to the minimum with simple emerald green earrings and a ring.
Zendaya kept her plunge neckline a lot more accessible to brides. She wore a maroon jacquard print Marchesa gown with three tiers. Not an easy look to pull off if you don't want to get mixed up with the wedding cake, so tread carefully!
Gina Rodrigues wore a stunning Zac Posen, navy blue silk, bardot neckline gown. Like Cinderella ready for the ball, the "Jane the Virgin" star had a dramatic full skirt (including pockets) and a fitted bodice. She kept her accessories simple with Neil Lane diamond drop earrings and cuff braclet.
Lady Gaga was one to remember on the night, with her blonde bob she was channeling her Marilyn Monroe look in her custom made Atelier Versace velvet black gown. With an off the shoulder design and deep V neckline, Gaga showed off her unbelievable tiny waist and killer curves. Unlike her usual eccentric look the "American Horror Story" star was the picture girl for old Hollywood Glamour and one of our favourite's here at The Attic.
Malin Akerman sparkled in a strapless silver Reem Acre gown. We're loving her uneven peplum, moving away from the stiffer peplum's of the past, it gives the dress a more organic look. For brides wanting to show off their figure but have coverage on their tummy this dress ticks all the boxes.
Emmy Rossum wore a figure hugging Armani Prive Red gown. This stunning gown is simple yet makes a statement. Brides could pair this dress with a cape for the ceremony and wear it on it's own for the reception.
When it comes to baring all, we're not just talking about the shoulder's! A massive trend for 2016 brides is the two piece wedding gown! For brides who like this look but aren’t ready for the crop top and skirt why not take inspiration from Jennifer Lawrence who wore a red Dior gown with cut out sections.