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Unless you’ve taken a social media hiatus (go ahead) over the last week, you’ve probably seen photos of Paris Hilton’s gorgeous November 11 wedding to her new husband, Carter Reum.
The wedding was an extravagant three-day Hilton-wide event that ended with a giant carnival party.
Although Paris is generally known for its tiny mini skirts, extravagant disco outfits, and range of sunglasses, her wedding dress was a very sophisticated affair.
This is a high neck, long sleeve dress with a floral pattern blending into a tulle ball gown skirt.
We are a little obsessed! And it looks like we’re not the only ones, with Google data revealing searches for ‘high neck wedding dress’ exploded by 1,200% in the days after photos of the Paris look were shared online. .
It is a classic style similar to the mother and sisters of Paris wedding dresses and pays homage to the dresses of Grace Kelly and Lady Kitty Spencer.
While an Oscar de la Renta dress may be, uh, slightly out of our clothing budget, we’ve found a wonderful selection of affordable alternatives.
This beauty of a dress is very similar to that of Paris, although the top half features beaded embellishments rather than flowers.
The stand-up collar and long sleeves are the most modest glamor, and the flowy chiffon skirt will make you feel like a princess.
Another dress that pays a magnificent homage to the Hilton dress – with layered floral designs on chiffon and a full length, lightly pleated skirt.
Google searches for “floral wedding dress” jumped 1,300% after the wedding, while searches for “long-sleeved wedding dress” also rose 127%.
This design will satisfy both of these criteria and elevate you to feel like the most elegant and regal bride around.
This dress, for the upper half, is almost identical to that of Paris.
The stand-up collar and floral appliques look stunning and set with silver metallic thread, so that you will literally shine like a star.
The dress then takes a bold twist at the skirt, with an asymmetrical lining that highlights your legs under the floral lace.
Take it a step further with these signature sleeves and ruffle skirt.
It features an ivory tulle and silk skirt, with embroidered “Kopaneli” (handmade lace designs) and a lattice border on the neck and chest.
Love the style, but want to change it up a bit?
Why not shorten the length – this Bronx and Banco model uses the sophisticated high neckline while making it a little more daring with side cutouts, an exposed back, and a lace overlay on a sheer mesh.
The length of the skirt arrives just above the knee, perfect for a daring bride who wants to combine modern and classic styles.
Are you bringing a plus one to the wedding?
This gorgeous dress has all the elements of the Paris dress, just a little extra room for your tummy.
The sheer floral embroidery is gorgeous and the waistband of the tulle skirt sits above your waist, allowing you more movement and flexibility.
Did you know that Paris still had six outfit changes at her wedding?
Of course she did, it’s Paris Hilton!
If you want to jump into something cute, bold and that you can dance the night away in, go for this jaw-dropping ostrich feather mini dress.
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