HomeOutfits By Style TypesClassy ChicCelebrity Wedding Guest Outfit Ideas Celebrities can put on any dress, whether horrendous or not, but still look completely amazing. People are only dissing the dress and not their actual look. Check out our favorite celebrities rocking the wedding guest look. Before Rosie Hungtington-Whiteley became famous (thanks to Transformers and Victoria’s Secret), she worked a nice wedding dress made of nude accessories when she attended Leah Wood’s (daughter of The Rolling Stone’s Ronnie Wood) in the summer of 2008. Kate Moss attending a society wedding in London in 2009 and wore a vintage leaf-print dress with gold embellishments with a shoulder detail. The Tom Cruise and Kate Holmes Wedding was the wedding of the year in 2006. Many A-list celebrities were invited. That only meant they each and every one of their guests gave a lot of effort for their wedding guest outfits. One celeb that stood out the most was Brooke Shields. She wore this burgundy velvet dress and had chandelier diamonds, a chignon up-do and a fur stole. How about J. Lo’s blush fairytale gown in 2006? She even had matching gloves to go with the dress. In 2008, Gwyneth Paltrow attended Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s wedding wearing a white mini dress and rocking that long-bob trend, she started it the trend, actually. But who could forget Pippa Middleton’s custom-made Alexander McQueen dress during her sister’s wedding? Coleen Rooney’s tutu-style skirt and Louboutins = heart eyes! Lauren Conrad attended her friend’s wedding in 2014 and looked radiant and glowing in a floor-sweeping dove-grey gown with Chanel chain bag and oversized sunglasses. Eva Longoria looked divine when she was bridesmaid of Bonnie Rodezno back in June 2014. Longoria sported a lilac gown. Beyoncé was absolutely gorgeous during her sister’s wedding in New Orleans. She just wore a white body-con midi dress and sky high heels. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.