Red-Carpet Recap: 3 Looks to Inspire Brides-to-Be

Celebrity Bridal Fashion Roundup Brittany Snow Michelle Obama Sarah Hyland

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This week was a study in all of the different ways to put a spin on the classic all-white bridal ensemble. Brittany Snow flaunted her curves with delicate cutouts, First Lady Michelle Obama went glam with an off-the-shoulder knee-length number, and Sarah Hyland mixed casual and high-fashion with lace. Here, the red carpet looks we loved this week.

Brittany Snow at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards: Make a statement at your bachelorette party like Brittany did on the red carpet. A dress like her Yigal Azrouêl number will have all eyes on you. You can add even more flair à la Brittany with coral lips for a pop of spring color, a side braid, and eye-catching sandals.

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Michelle Obama at BET's Black Girls Rock! 2015: FLOTUS's off-the-shoulder Zac Posen dress with a bustier bodice is the perfect blend of femininity and drama. It will work perfectly for a chic wedding at city hall or more casual ceremony when you still want to look polished and dreamy, but don't want to wear a floor-length gown. Silver drop earrings and metallic Jimmy Choo pumps guaranteed that necessary shimmer and sparkle.

Sarah Hyland at the Nickelodeon 28th Annual Kids Choice Awards: If you want to be stunning, yet still feel comfortable at your bridal shower then look no further than Sarah's latest look. Embrace a retro-inspired moment like she did in Michael Kors including an easy short-sleeve blouse and high-waist lace skirt. The ensemble is easy, yet beautiful and the rise of her skirt is flattering for all shapes and sizes. Her strappy, yet functional Casadei sandals and fun pink lips are the perfect complements.

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