We're Calling It: Angelina Jolie's Wedding Gown Will Have a High Slit

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Just as we thought things this weekend couldn't get any more exciting, what with Bridal Fashion Week happening and all, news broke that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt got engaged. We couldn't be happier for the duo and their six adorable children, whom we hear were the motivating factor behind Brad's decision to pop the question. "It seems to mean more and more to our kids," he told The Hollywood Reporter in early 2012. "We made this declaration some time ago that we weren't going to do it till everyone can. But I don't think we'll be able to hold out."


Meanwhile, Jolie made similar statements when she was interviewed on Nightline in late 2011. "You don't have to be married to be committed to a partner or your family. We've explained to them that our commitment, when we decided to start a family, was the greatest commitment you could possibly have," she said. "Once you have six children, you're committed." So now the question on everyone's mind is, what kind of wedding gown will Angie commit to? We have a hunch we know the answer.

Jolie's 2013 Oscar look made headlines when she stepped out on the red carpet with a high slit Versace gown that left little to the imagination, at least from the mid-thigh down. If Angelina decides to duplicate her Oscar look when she walks down the aisle. The thigh high split certainly flatters her figure, and we've got a slew of styles, from Ines di Santo to Douglas Hannant, to recommend.

We can see Brad wearing the same signature look that he sported at the Oscars: jet black tuxedo by Tom Ford, a smart bow tie bow tie and a fabulous five o'clock shadow. I guess now the only question that remains is what the heck will Shilo wear?

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