Favorite Hollywood Bridal Makeovers

Gwen Stefani John Galliano Wedding gown

Jennifer Hudson Bridal Makeover

Look to Hollywood Celebs for Wedding Makeover Ideas

Contrary to popular belief, celebrities are made, not born. Many celebrities start at the bottom of the ladder and can’t afford to hire a top hair stylist. However, their fashion faux pas eventually end with makeovers especially when it comes to a wedding. So, why not let celebrities be your personal stylists and take some tips from their makeovers?

Jennifer Hudson: Body Conscious Bride

Jennifer Hudson shed some pounds and gained a ton of confidence. Take her cue and go for a body conscious silhouette. Our favorites are slip dresses, mermaid or trumpet silhouettes. It’s all about accentuating everything you have and not being afraid to show it off.

Stacy Keibler with George Clooney

Stacy Keibler: Red Carpet Bride

Tomboys can glam it up too. Ms. Keibler didn’t go from the wrestling ring to George Clooney’s arm without tweaking her look. Now she outshines him when they are on the red carpet. If you love her look, select show stopping wedding dresses complete with embellishments or dramatic details that look right at home on the red carpet or the aisle.

Gwen Stefani John Galliano Wedding gown

Gwen Stefani: Throw on Some Color

Gwen Stefani has always been a trendsetter, but in recent years she has managed to refine her style. She still succeeds in making eclectic pieces work as one. Yet, the fashion world didn’t take her seriously until she wore a stunning John Galliano gown that transitioned from white to soft pink for her wedding. Now what’s stopping you from wearing that perfect colored dress on your wedding day?

Adele with bouffant hair

Adele: Sky High Bouffant

Makeovers aren’t just restricted to clothes, but hair too. We all know Adele as the singer with the magnificent voice and sky-high hair, but that wasn’t always the case. It seemed like the moment Adele changed her hair, a star was born and we’ve been enthralled with her ever since. For your bridal hair try the bouffant that has been seen on all of the runways and give your veil something to really grab on to. Be warned though, don’t blindly follow this trend. Ask your hairstylist to give you a bouffant with the proper proportions for your face.

You are a celebrity on your wedding day, so don’t be afraid to take some ideas from celebrities to help steer you in the right direction. Work the white carpet like the red carpet and stun your guests with your new look!

Guest contributor SimplyBridal.com an online retailer that has high quality wedding gowns, bridesmaid dresses, and bridal accessories. Started in Los Angeles in 2011, SimplyBridal now ships to over ten countries and has over 400 wedding dresses and 200 bridesmaid dresses. The design team includes graduates from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles.