10 Wedding-Worthy Oscar Gowns

These red-carpet dresses are totally aisle-ready.
  1. Rooney Mara in Givenchy Couture

    The edgy Rooney Mara went for a softer look for the Oscars. The sheer straps and delicate lace, paired with modern details (like a 3-D pleated bustline and a raw-edged hemline), make this gown as perfect for a romantic rustic wedding as it would be for a modern museum affair.

  2. Shailene Woodley in Valentino Couture

    Shailene Woodley's conservative red-carpet style still managed to look incredibly fresh, mostly owing to her gown's sleek silhouette and flirty details. Playful dots lined her bodice and skirt for a semi-sheer style and gave this Victorian-esque dress an instant upgrade. Add a wreath of flowers to her hair and we've got ourselves a whimsical bride.

  3. Jennifer Lopez in Zuhair Murad

    Jennifer Lopez knows how to smolder on the red carpet, and while this Art Deco gown was definitely sexy (deep V and strategic cutouts), the long sleeves kept it classic. We can totally envision this dress turning up at a chic Gatsby-inspired wedding. The ray-like details that cinched at the waist helped highlight her amazing curves.

  4. Milla Jovovich in Elie Saab

    Channeling old-Hollywood glamour, Milla Jovovich was decked out head to toe in sparkle and shine. Besides all that pretty beading, our favorite detail was the pumped-up one-shoulder (some padding kept it from looking too delicate) that draped perfectly off her sculpted frame. This sleek and clean style would make any bride look statuesque in a ballroom wedding.

  5. Berenice Bejo in Elie Saab

    This French actress knows how to add a twist to a classic gown. The two details that pop out right away are the low dip at the neckline and the quirky (yet extremely pretty) soft-green color. Green was actually a hue that we saw at quite a few bridal runway shows a few seasons ago -- so fashion-forward brides take note!

  6. Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji

    Octavia Spencer has amazing curves, and she knows how to work them. The key is in the draping -- cinched nicely at her waistline and hugging at her hips, this style enhances her shapely figure. The beautiful beadwork that gives the gown a subtle sparkle doesn't hurt either.

  7. Kristen Wiig in J. Mendel

    Funny girl Kristen Wiig is right on trend with her tan flowy gown. The dropped-waist dress gives her slim frame some curves, and the soft feather-like details in the skirt add a romantic touch.

  8. Cameron Diaz in Gucci

    Cameron Diaz is known for her spunky personality, and her dress choice reflected her sense of playfulness. A stunning strapless style that clung to her figure, the gown also had ruffle details in the skirt that made it light and fun.

  9. Gwyneth Paltrow in Tom Ford

    Gwyneth Paltrow likes to show off her killer bod (and we would too if we looked like that), and there's no better way to do so than with a clean column dress. She looks regal in the structured gown, where the only frill is a bit of ruching on the one-shoulder. This is proof to brides everywhere that simple can still be stunning.

  10. Sandra Bullock in Marchesa

    Sandra is rocking the red carpet in Marchesa. The satin material gives her look a polished sheen, and the intricate crystal work along the shoulder and waist just adds that extra punch of sparkle. Another detail we're loving is the black skirt -- a color that popped up everywhere at the latest bridal fashion shows.