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Cameron Diaz's Emilio Pucci beaded gold shift was seriously major at the German premiere of her new movie The Other Woman. Dresses with bold hardware have become must-haves in the ready-to-wear realm, and this metallic, long-sleeved shift easily translates that trend to bridal world. Can't you just see it stealing the spotlight at a luxe reception or rocking out at an after party? It would even be a great way to stand out at your rehearsal dinner.
If, like us, you can't keep your eyes off of Cameron's Pucci power-shift, here's how to get similar looks for yourself.
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Although the embellishments on this short Pronovias dress slightly differs from the star's design, this gold organza sheath, with heaps of embellishments is just as textured and eye-catching.
"Yoko" strapless short embroidered organza and gold tulle sheath wedding dress with a sweetheart neckline, Pronovias
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If you're looking for something similar, but floor length, consider Naeem Khan's "New York" sheath. It features a very similar geometric shimmering pattern, making it modern, attention-demanding, and yet still formal.
"New York" strapless luminescent tulle sheath wedding dress with a geometric pattern, Naeem Khan
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A feathered hemline lightens the load of heavy embellishments and serves as a playful pop of personality, too.
"Bette" sleeveless knee-length fully beaded tulle sheath wedding dress with a feather hem and scoop neckline, Carolina Herrera
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Offering a bit more of a romantic take on Cameron's warrior princess-esque look, Jenny Packham's "Lucy" dress has the long sleeves, gold touch, and all-over beading but on a softer silhouette.
"Lucy" beaded organza sheath wedding dress with a scoop neckline, ribbon sash, and three-quarter length sleeves, Jenny Packham