Red carpets are back and we couldn't be happier! We're seeing so many stunning looks at the 2021 Oscars and many are in our favorite color of all: white! From Maria Bakalova's Louis Vuitton princess gown to Viola Davis' Alexander McQueen sheath, Hollywood's finest are serving looks that could easily be worn down the aisle.
Ahead, our favorite gowns from the 2021 Oscars red carpet. Which would you wear to the altar?
Not only does Maria Bakalova’s Louis Vuitton gown exude princess bride vibes, but it also boasts one of the boldest trends from the Spring 2022 bridal runways: a plunging V-neck. Nominated for her role as Tutar in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, the actress accessorized her extravagant white gown with diamond earrings and necklace from Moussaieff Jewellers.
If you're considering wearing a jumpsuit on your wedding day, allow Grammy-winning singer and songwriter (and Oscar nominee!) Tiara Thomas' red carpet outfit to convince you to do so. The Jovana Louis look features a plunging V-neck jumpsuit and oversized blazer complete with feather trim—another bridal fashion trend we love!
Ever since her first Oscars appearance in 2009, Viola Davis has commanded the red carpet. This year, the Oscar-winning actress and 2021 nominee donned an all-white Alexander McQueen creation. Paired with Forevermark jewels, Davis could easily trade the red carpet for a wedding aisle with this look.
Carey Mulligan deserves an Academy Award for this look alone. Nominated for best actress for her role in Promising Young Woman, the British actress stunned in a strapless sequined ball gown from Valentino SS21 couture. While it may not be bridal white, the A-line number is still fit for the aisle and perfect for brides looking to make an unconventional statement.
Between the neckline, the midriff cut-out, and the dramatic train, Vanessa Kirby's Gucci red carpet look is the bridal fashion inspiration we didn't know we needed. The pink shade is subtle enough for even the most classic of brides. Plus, is there really a better color for the most romantic day of all?
Bold, bright, and beautiful, Halle Berry is a dream in Dolce and Gabbana. While the color doesn't scream bridal (although we're still obsessed!), the silhouette certainly does. With a plunging sweetheart neckline and breezy fabrics, we can see brides floating down the aisle in this look. Bonus points if it's a garden wedding!
Red was a popular color on the carpet this year, and Minari actress Han Ye-ri certainly got the memo. The shade is a popular choice for brides in many cultures, and we particularly love the high neckline and gold buttons here. Not into wearing red down the aisle? Consider this the perfect rehearsal dinner inspo instead!
Say hello to the ultimate after-party look! Margot Robbie truly sparkled in this sequined Chanel sheath. The number is also suited for a glamourous bridal party—we know your 'maids would be happy to wear a look like this!