5 Wedding Gowns Inspired By A Fashion Icon Who Married 8 Times
April 5, 2017 | BY Melissa Twigg
It's no wonder that designer Jenny Packham took inspiration from her.
Elizabeth Taylor walked down the aisle a total of eight times, which would make her the ideal icon for any wedding dress designer. Case in point: British designer Jenny Packham has cited Taylor's opulent and eclectic jewellery collection as the inspiration for her Spring 2017 bridal line.
The result is a romantic aesthetic filled with jewelled belts and embellished bodices reminiscent of Liz’s most glorious red carpet looks. Click through below for our favourite looks.
Bringing the best of 1920s glamour, this dress has a decidedly vintage feel with the angular chevron pattern and gorgeous gold beading and sequins.
Overlaid with delicate tulle, this traditional sweetheart-neckline dress is given a fresh face with some glittering bead embroidery.
The metallic gold highlights on this ivory dress give a subtle timeless elegance to a whimsical and feminine gown.
No need to adjust your screen, this gown is actually green. Elizabeth Taylor was a fan of coloured dresses, wearing green, yellow and purple at three of her weddings. Taking on the pastel trend, this shade is ideal for a spring or summer wedding and a bride with a bold sense of style.
This sleek, simple cut has an Edwardian feel, but the beaded tulle overlay gives the capped shoulders and high neckline a new, modernised aesthetic.
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