Taylor Swift at the Grammy Awards.
Celebrities are having fun with wedding-inspired looks on red carpets in 2024.Some stars are wearing eye-catching white gowns that would be perfect for walking down the aisle.Others have worn white suits that would make for unique wedding outfits.
We’re only two months into 2024, and red-carpet season is already in full swing.
Celebrities are gathering to honor the best movies, television, and music of the year and dressing to the nines while doing it.
Many stars have walked this year’s red carpets in white gowns and classic suits that would also work as wedding looks.
From Taylor Swift in Schiaparelli to Jonathan Bailey’s Givenchy suit, here’s a look at some of the best bridal-inspired outfits celebrities have worn in 2024.
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Fanning walked the Golden Globes red carpet in a Balmain gown designed in 1960, according to her stylist, Samantha McMillen. An oversize bow adorned the strapless neckline, and the A-line skirt featured an asymmetrical hem.
Bows have been big in bridal fashion over the last few years, so Fanning’s look would be perfect for a wedding.
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Lee chose a cream Loewe gown for the Golden Globes, where she was nominated for her performance in “Past Lives.”
The front of the gown had a subtly scooped neckline and a mermaid skirt, creating a simple silhouette. But the back of the dress was more dynamic with its vertical bow that knotted in the middle.
Danielle Goldberg styled the look.
Bailey’s custom Givenchy suit consisted of an oversize jacket, high-waisted trousers, and a semi-sheer shirt with no tie. Black loafers and a watch tied it all together.
The ensemble looked formal yet relaxed.
Olsen chose Vivienne Westwood’s Lyra dress from the designer’s 2023 bridal couture collection.
The white gown’s corset bodice was framed by intricate lace appliqué on the sweetheart neckline and the top of the skirt.
Another stretch of sheer lace covered the bottom of the skirt, and a delicate train flowed out from the back of the gown, adding glamour to the ensemble. Elizabeth Stewart styled the look.
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If you’re torn between wearing a gown or a suit to your wedding, you could take inspiration from Ralph’s stark-white Emmys dress.
Designed by Christian Siriano and styled by her daughter Ivy Coco, the bodice looked like a low-cut suit with oversize lapels and a belt resembling double-breasted buttons.
The form-fitting skirt flared at the bottom, nodding to a more traditional bridal look.
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Puth walked the Emmys red carpet in a nontraditional suit from Balmain. He paired high-waisted, white trousers and a blazer coat with a black, polka-dotted shirt made of a silky material.
The outfit would be a one-of-a-kind wedding look that still fits the occasion.
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If you want a subtle pop of color at your wedding, the Pamella Roland gown Rae chose for the Golden Globes could be the perfect dress inspiration, as its pale-yellow hue is warm without being over the top.
Feathers and sparkly embellishments covered the sheath-style gown with a high neckline. The dress had an effortlessly glamorous feel.
The Row designed Edebiri’s relaxed, all-white suit, which she paired with a high-neck T-shirt thanks to her stylist, Danielle Goldberg. Black shoes, long earrings, and round, black sunglasses completed the look.
If you’re looking for a nontraditional wedding look, this suit could be perfect for you.
Russell attended the Critics Choice Awards in a high-neck gown designed by Stéphane Rolland and styled by Frank Fleming.
The dress had a straight silhouette, flowing into a dramatic train, and large ruffles ran down the center until they tapered off at the bottom. It could easily work for a bride who wanted a sophisticated look.
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The “Origin” star’s custom Jovana Louis dress looked like a true suit on the bodice, with a collar, asymmetrical lapels, and a built-in tie. But it turned into a gown as it flowed down, with ruffle detailing on the long sleeves and a mermaid train.
Boss designed Henson’s custom white gown, which Wayman + Micah styled for her.
The strapless gown was fairly simple, but a fold on the neckline and a coordinating scooped belt at the waist gave it a modern structure. A thigh-high slit and a train gave it a boost of drama.
Like Henson, Barrino chose a strapless, white gown for the event. But she paired her dress, designed by Alin Le’ Kal, with a massive feathered cape.
It sat on her shoulders and flowed down around her like a train, fitting right into the bridal cape trend that has been popular in recent years. The cape’s volume contrasted perfectly with the structured dress.
Zuhair Murad designed the white jumpsuit Williams wore to the Critics Choice Awards.
Two lapels formed a point in the strapless neckline, and a belt cinched Williams’ waist before flowing into tapered pants. Sparkly embellishments on the bodice added a pop of glamour to the look, which Cristina Ehrlich styled with silver jewelry.
Swift walked the Grammys red carpet in a strapless Schiaparelli gown styled by Joseph Cassell. Ruching collected on one of Swift’s hips, cutting into a slit and a dramatic train.
The star paired the dress with black gloves and shoes, giving it a red-carpet edge, but the gown could easily translate to a bridal look, too.
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Usama Ishtay styled Walker’s ensemble for the Grammys.
Her strapless gown was form-fitting and had a corset bodice. But the simple silhouette contrasted with the sparkly, white feathers that covered the dress from head to toe. A coordinating, oversize hat completed the look.
Rodrigo donned a vintage Versace gown from 1995 at the Grammys.
The silky cream dress had a sweetheart neckline and spaghetti straps, and delicate, pink beading adorned it. A bride looking for a hint of sparkle would love the gown.
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White suits are a classic wedding ensemble, and the members of Boygenius offered a fresh take on the look with their Grammys outfits.
Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus wore matching custom suits designed by Thom Browne for the event.
They paired their cropped jackets and high-waisted pants with black ties, black shoes, and pink flowers on their lapels, bringing a bit of color to their ensembles.
Graham’s Stéphane Rolland gown was one of the most daring white dresses on the Grammys red carpet.
An angular cape made up the top of the bodice, flowing over Graham’s chest. The gown hugged her figure, and half of the bodice was made of sheer fabric, cutting across her middle.
White gloves brought elegance to the modern look.
Clarkson’s white Jason Wu Collection dress hugged her figure, flowing out gently around her feet.
Her gown sat off her shoulders, and the fabric cut across the bodice to create structure. If you added a veil, the look could instantly become bridal.