10 Couture Looks To Copy For Your Wedding Day

By Sarah Stallmann
In Style

Stylish wedding inspiration isn’t too hard to find, but for those looking to express their personalities beyond the norms of tradition (and are most likely avid fashion-lovers), taking a cue from the couture runways is always a sure bet. This year—mirroring the impressive collections for 2016 across the board—spring couture was even more beautiful than ever, crawling with styling tips and new trends that offer inspiration for your own special day. Here are 10 of our favorite, easy to copy looks that can take your wedding day look to the next level.

This pajama-inspired caped ensemble would be an ultra chic option for a fun reception.

This pajama-inspired caped ensemble would be an ultra chic option for a fun reception. Lose the cape when you’re ready to bust a move on the dance floor. Photo courtesy of Chanel.

chanel matching bomber/gown combo bridal

Is it just me, or does this matching bomber/gown combo seem like the perfect look for a late fall or winter wedding? Photo courtesy of Chanel.

Let your inner Edwardian diva shine bright by wearing a beautiful, vintage-inspired Victorian lace creation

Let your inner Edwardian diva shine bright by wearing a beautiful, vintage-inspired Victorian lace creation with a delicate crown. Photo courtesy of Elie Saab.

The simple strapless dress looks modern and unconventional layered under a black, micro, off-the-shoulder bustier

The simple strapless dress looks modern and unconventional layered under a black, micro, off-the-shoulder bustier. Photo courtesy of Giambattista Valli.

For those do-it-yourself brides, create a custom, two-piece gown by pairing a beaded tee shirt with a voluminous skirt

For those do-it-yourself brides, create a custom, two-piece gown by pairing a beaded tee shirt with a voluminous skirt. Photo courtesy of Giambattista Valli.

Create a garden party vibe by adding an embroidered or beaded floral pattern to a fun short shift dress

Create a garden party vibe by adding an embroidered or beaded floral pattern to a fun short shift dress. Photo courtesy of Giambattista Valli.

A pale lavender is a great alternative to white

A pale lavender is a great alternative to white, and looks even more ethereal when layered in chiffon. Photo courtesy of Schiaparelli.

blousy dress

This unexpected silhouette can be easily recreated by layering a sheer white, flowy slip underneath a shorter, blousy dress. Remove the slip and add a different gem neck-piece for a quick reception change. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Rolland.

One-shoulder dress

A one-shoulder dress gets a edgy twist by adding a body-chain and a cool, slithering headpiece. Photo courtesy of Valentino.

a lace pantsuit that has all the details of the traditional gown is a sure bet.

For fashion-forward brides, a lace pantsuit that has all the details of the traditional gown is a sure bet. Photo courtesy of Zuhair Murad.

 

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