We're only two short weeks away from the biggest night of awards season: the 94th Academy Awards. And in preparation and practice for the prestigious night, this year's biggest stars put on their best dress last night for the Critics Choice Awards, honoring artists for their achievements in both the film and television industry.
Some of the gorgeous looks to grace the red carpet last night looked straight out of a bridal salon with their ethereal designs. Celebrities like Kristen Stewart, Serena Williams, and Sandra Oh wore wedding-ready ensembles that would wow anywhere from the carpet to the altar.
We've tallied up the most wedding-worthy looks from the Critics Choice Awards. Read on for plenty of Hollywood glam and bridal inspo.
HoYeon Jung stunned in a unique, head-turning structural Louis Vuitton gown that was reminiscent of 1920s flapper dresses — inspiration for any vintage-loving bride-to-be.
Calling bohemian brides! Mandy Moore arrived in a stunning white and silver beaded gown with sheer panels attached to the sides that floated when she walked. The Grecian-inspired gown had the lowest plunging neckline and a see-through skirt.
Elle Fanning's dress is one for the bride looking to make a statement. The sparkling, all-sequined gold strapless dress had a ballgown skirt that she paired with matching silk pointy-toe heels.
Kristen Stewart—who is receiving big praise this awards season thanks to her riveting performance as the late Princess Diana in Spencer—stepped onto the carpet dripping in glamour. The bedazzled champagne-colored dress had a simple silhouette that made it both eye-catching but understated for a classy look.
The Hacks actress's two-piece gown is perfect inspiration for any bride looking to do separates on her wedding day. The blousy white top was accompanied by a stunning sparkling fit-and-flair skirt.
Serena Williams attended the awards show for the film King Richard, which is based off her and her sister Venus's upbringing. The movie's executive producer wore a sparkling silver A-line dress with a statement-making asymmetric crêpe train.
If you're a bride looking to forego a dress for the untraditional route of a tux, Hannah Einbinder's classic tuxedo is plenty of inspiration for a chic bridal suit. The Hacks star's black suit had wide lapels, and she finished off the look with a bowtie.
For the ceremony, Venus wore a super sexy silver plunging gown with hip-height leg slits that revealed built-in hot pants. This look is perfect for the fun bride needing room to move on the dance floor.
The Killing Eve star's long-sleeve plunging white gown by Lafayette 148 would be perfect for a trip down the aisle. The sleek, sophisticated silhouette was accompanied by a reflective gold detail right below the low-cut neckline.
The Lost Daughter director embraced one of the biggest trends sweeping through the bridal industry at the moment: the one shoulder. The top of Gyllenhaal's dress featured a puffy sleeve and asymmetric ivory overlay that sat atop a white A-line skirt.