If you're a bride-to-be or just a fan of show-stopping wedding day–worthy gowns, then the Critics' Choice Movie Awards was a sight to behold. Rosamund Pike, Jessica Chastain, and Marion Cotillard all nailed the winter whites trend, which gave the red carpet a distinctly bridal edge.
Cotillard looked breathtaking in a drop-waist duchess silk jacquard gown by Dior couture. Keeping the structured shape from looking fussy, she finished her look with slicked-back locks and a bright fuchsia lip. Fairytale meets modern at its best.
While Pike wowed at the Golden Globes in a low-cut white Alexander Wang gown, she'd opted for a more demure take for the Critics' Choice Awards in ivory Valentino couture. Elegant and ethereal, her high-neck dress featured a sheer skirt—perfect inspiration for brides looking for a modern way to do lace. Following Cotillard's lead, she styled it simply with a sleek ballerina-style bun and minimal makeup.
Giving inspo to fans of alternative wedding dresses, Critics’ Choice MVP award winner Chastain did white in a cheongsam-style Antonio Berardi column dress with intricate beading. The décolletage-flashing cutout added a sultry finish to the otherwise demure dress. Again, the redhead finished her gown with sleek hair and a pink pout.
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