Kristen Stewart gets suited up, Ciara has that newlywed glow, and Olivia Munn puts in some practice in a wedding-perfect white gown. Here, the red carpet bridal looks we couldn't get enough of this week.
Kristen Stewart at Good Morning America Studios: We're all for the pre-wedding party suit: it's simple, chic, and great for wearing again later in a myriad of ways. Kristen Stewart loves a menswear-inspired look, so it was no surprise to see her in a white duo by The Kooples this week—perfect for your laid-back engagement party or bridal shower with a fun pair of pumps or sandals. You can absolutely opt for bedhead hair like the Café Society star, or slick your hair into a sleek chignon or ponytail.
Ciara at the 2016 ESPYs: Days after their gorgeous wedding in Cheshire, Ciara and Russell Wilson hit the red carpet—one of the best dressed and most gorgeous couples of the evening might we add. Ciara channeled a glamorous, bridal palette in a silver and blush Roberto Cavalli gown with a sequin bodice, plunging neckline, and cutout detailing: designed by the same man who crafted her wedding gown, Peter Dundas. The fashion-forward, sultry newlywed may actually want to choose this gown for her ceremony, but we recommend it for your rehearsal dinner—it will look fabulous in pictures and will make your spouse even more excited for your big day. Ciara's faux bob created by celebrity hairstylist Cesar Ramirez is a great way to play with length, and then let your hair down (proverbially and literally) later on.
Olivia Munn at the 2016 ESPYs: Though Olivia Munn isn't engaged to boyfriend Aaron Rodgers just yet, they sure put in some practice on the red carpet this week. She was clad in a white Antonio Berardi gown with gold grommet detailing—a stunning, wedding-perfect number that totally took our breath away. We loved Olivia's dewy skin and loose waves: an easy, breezy, and beautiful bride-to-be. Are wedding bells in her near future? We can only hope so! We'll of course be tracking every bridal-inspired moment she has until then...