The soon-to-be bride Kristen Stewart just gave her fans a possible teaser of her upcoming wedding day! Recently, the Spencer actress arrived in a stunning wedding-worthy look at the 33rd Annual Producers Guild Awards. Having a glimpse of wedding fashion on the red carpets isn’t new. Previously, we’ve seen several actresses and artists delivering bridal vibes in dazzling wedding ensembles. This time, it was the turn of Kristen Stewart to turn the heads of all the onlookers!
The Red Carpet Look
Kristen Stewart graced the award ceremony red carpet in a full-white strapless Brandon Maxwell A-line gown, complete with a fully textured skirt and a sheer bustier top. The stylish actress swept back her hair in an effortlessly messy up-do with a knot and wavy locks. A rosy pink shade was dusted on her lips and eyelids. Minimal jewelry pieces from Cast and Chanel completed her dazzling look.
The Wedding Plan
Although Kristen Stewart opted for a statement piece of a bridal gown for the award ceremony, she’s planning a totally different look for her real-life nuptials. During her appearance on a November episode of The Howard Stern Show, the Twilight star revealed that, for her wedding with fiancée Dylan Meyer, she intends to don an unusual look with a cut-off tuxedo T-shirt and jeans, but without any shoes.
In the show, while chatting to host Howard Stern, Kristen Stewart also confirmed that she got engaged to Meyer. The actress shared that during their relationship, she wanted to be proposed to for a marriage. So, she carved out what she wanted very distinctly and Meyer completely nailed it, fulfilling her wish. So, now they’re totally ready to get married and are looking forward to the big day. No matter what the actress decides to wear to walk down the aisle, we know that she’ll definitely make for a beautiful bride!
The first bridal collection of British designer Erdem Moralioglu is a ray of light after the bridal market was hit due to the pandemic. The collection is launching on his website and at his best store in Mayfair. The designer can meet the needs of brides who will have a simple outdoor ceremony or a civil service rather than throw a party for 400.
The Simplified Wedding Dress
Erdem’s dresses are the kind one can wear again and again, and not only during the ceremony or the reception. They range from minis in cotton Broderie Anglaise to embroidered midi dresses with sheer puffed sleeves. His collection also features an A-line shirtdress topped with an organza cape. His approach is casual, but there is still a formality to it. He aimed for the type of dress that was simple yet beautifully designed and would be suitable to keep and pass on to the bride’s daughter or somebody else.
Influence from the Past Erdem Collections
The shirtdress, for example, is reminiscent of the Victorian gowns of his spring 2019 show. The long-sleeved cotton mini is cut in the same shape as an orchid brocade dress from his fall 2015 collection. The designer also used ideas from the custom wedding gowns he’d made for private clients. Erdem was inspired by additional looks he designed for rehearsal dinners and after-parties too. Before 2020, the dresses in his present collection might’ve been classified as one of those “additional” looks. It’s all different now when they are meant for the main event.
Ready-To-Wear Wedding Dresses
Erdem Moralioglu creates the dresses as ready-to-wear. This means they can be bought off the real or virtual rack throughout the year, and not like traditional wedding dresses that are usually made to order and take longer to complete. A dress that the bride can just zip up without fittings, tailoring, or fuss is a great convenience in the era of general uncertainty and changing restrictions. The main thing, according to the designer, is for the bride to look like the most beautiful version of herself.