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Step aside Sophie Turner and Priscilla Presley, singer Lily Allen is taking over as the ultimate Vegas bride. The British star recently wed Stranger Things actor David Harbour during an impromptu ceremony at Las Vegas's Graceland Wedding Chapel, and you guessed it—her chic bridal ensemble did not disappoint.
For her secret nuptials, Allen stunned in a gorgeous Dior mini dress complete with a bateau neckline (visions of Meghan Markle, anyone?), front buttons and a skinny leather belt. She ultimately made the little white dress bridal by sporting a voluminous two-tier veil and colorful bouquet.
But it was more than Allen's clothes that made a statement. We cannot get enough of her manicure! The pop star opted for a bold design of hearts and sparkles in shades of pink, red, silver and white—proof that brides don't need to stick with neutrals on their wedding days.
And if the eye-popping mani and short-hemmed dress weren't enough to turn heads, the "Smile" singer celebrated her union with a trip to In-N-Out, which in our opinion is the coolest way to close the day! Besides, if she can look that good while enjoying a burger in a wedding dress, who wouldn't want to mimic her outfit?
So, no matter if you're marrying in Vegas, saying "I do" at home or walking down the aisle somewhere else, you can still channel Allen's non-traditional bridal attire on your wedding day. Ahead 12 dresses, veils and manicures inspired by this celebrity bride—the only accessory you'll miss is In-N-Out!
Amsale Bateau Neck Dress
If the neckline and the hem of Allen's Dior mini is what you adore, then consider this Amsale number for your walk down the aisle. The soft faille gown has all the traditional bridal elements of Allen's sans the blazer sillhouette—making it a perfect choice for classic brides.
BHLDN Thompson Dress
Allen's Vegas dress is transformed to match a more traditional celebration through BHLDN's Thompson Dress. The longer hemline is perfect for brides who want to rock a shorter gown, but still embrace a hint of the drama that comes with a floor-length frock. Oh, and we almost forget the best part: This look won't break the bank.
Jonathan Simkhai Sleeveless Double-Breasted Blazer Dress
For a blazer dress that is anything but boring, turn to this sleeveless look. It's a wedding dress that is all about the details—hello lace, pleats and pockets!—and proof that when it comes to a casual "I do," you never have to sacrifice fashion.
Danielle Frankel Charlotte Dress
A gown that brings Allen's look to the next level, we love how the sultry off-the-shoulder neckline and leather belt makes a statement. It's cool-girl-meets-bridal (a staple of designer Danielle Frankel's creations) and would match Allen's Vegas venue—or any venue for that matter—to a tee.