Lifestyle Weddings Get Inspired by 6 Celebrity Bridal Styles Through the Ages By Kristina Rutkowski Updated on June 21, 2017 @ 07:45PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Anwar Hussein/Getty; AP Photo/Arthur Elgort When searching for the perfect wedding outfit, a great source of inspiration can stem from the iconic looks of numerous celebrities across history. Who can forget Bianca Jagger's iconic suit or the oppulance of Princess Diana's royal wedding gown? We round up a few of our favorites from past to present, complete with shopping and styling notes on how to make them completely contemporary for modern day nuptials. Remember: more often than not, these iconic outfits weren't necessarily the typical bridal gowns you might expect. Be creative! Have fun with your look by playing with silhouettes that make you feel comfortable and fit your personality. 01 of 06 MIA FARROW Hulton Archive/Getty; Courtesy (3) For a modern take on Mia Farrow's 1966 wedding attire, choose a retro tailored dress in off-white with button detailing. Pearl earrings with a delicate diamond pavé bar and an embellished lace kitten heel nod to the past but are thoroughly now. Shop the look: Dress, $2,600; net-a-porter.com. Earrings, $400 each; paigenovick.com. Shoes, $895; us.dolcegabbana.com. 02 of 06 BIANCA JAGGER Express/Getty; Courtesy (4) Bianca Jagger's infamous wedding suit is as relevant today as it was in 1971. Go for a double-breasted tux blazer over a midi skirt for a new spin. If a hat with netting isn't your thing, try a chic veiled headband to update the look. Shop the look: Blazer, $940 (originally $1,880); stellamccartney.com. Skirt, $417 (originally $695); mytheresa.com. Shoes, $875; barneys.com. Voilette, $525; jenniferbehr.com. 03 of 06 PRINCESS DIANA Anwar Hussein/Getty; Courtesy (4) Princess Diana's 1981 ceremony was the wedding of the decade, so why not choose something inspired by the iconic public figure for today. A strapless corseted top and fitted pencil skirt adorned with sumptuous ruffles mimics the dramatic 80's style detailing. A pearl embroidered headpiece is the fresh take on a formal bridal veil. Shop the look: Top, $1,890; matchesfashion.com. Skirt, $2,190; matchesfashion.com. Headstrap, $535; colettemalouf.com. Shoes, $258; shopbop.com. 04 of 06 CINDY CRAWFORD AP Photo/Arthur Elgort; Courtesy (3) Channel supermodel Cindy Crawford's easy going 1998 wedding look in this delicate lace slip dress perfect for beach nuptials. Keep the look straightforward with minimal accessories like a clean strap heel and delicate earrings that imitate the simplicity of the 90's. Shop the look: Dress, $70; zara.com. Shoes, $398; stuartweitzman.com. Earrings, $390; bergdorfgoodman.com. 05 of 06 PORTIA DE ROSSI Lara Porzak Photography/Getty; Courtesy (4) Try evening separates for a new take on the quintessential ball gown look sported by Portia de Rossi at her 2006 ceremony. An embroidered crop top with plenty of elegant detailing and a full tulle skirt are the new pieces to try for a formal black tie wedding. Shop the look: Top, $450; net-a-porter.com. Skirt, $240; net-a-porter.com. Hair comb, $148; leletny.com. Shoes, $750; saksfifthavenue.com. 06 of 06 AMAL CLOONEY Ernesto Ruscio/GC Images; Courtesy (4) Amal Clooney's 2014 city hall look proved that great wedding style doesn't have to be overly fussy. A lux t-shirt style top and fluid trouser pants make for a perfectly refined outfit. A gorgeous oversized brimmed hat and updated peep toe pump complete the look. Shop the look: Top, $1,500; net-a-porter.com. Pants, $469 (originally $1,875); farfetch.com. Hat, $495; laperla.com. Shoes, $269 (originally $745); modaoperandi.com.