Latvian model Lana Zakocela said 'I do" to Altitude London founder Justin Etzin on Saturday, but this bride wasn't the only woman wearing white for her special day. Lindsay Lohan wore a white gown to the couple's nuptials, which took place in Florence, and while Lohan didn't overshadow the bride, her gypsy-goddess gown came pretty close.
The actress was obviously never taught proper wedding guest etiquette. That, or she just decided to conveniently forget the rules, because really, what are manners? Lohan has had quite a few run-ins with the spotlight, and I am sure the ivory gown generated a lot of attention, even if it wasn't exactly for positive reasons. Who knows, maybe she even got the OK from Zakocela to wear the dress?
After the past few troubled years this 29-year-old's been through, the woman looks good and finally seems to be getting back on her feet. I can't really blame her for wanting to show off her progress. Though maybe she should have done so in a different color.
But I'll take a moment to give my wagging fingers a rest and appreciate Lohan's formal wear. Normally I'm not a fan of an all-white-everything ensemble, but the actress embellished bodice provides a nice contrast. Her heels are very Cinderella-esque and the fancy headpiece could have easily been seen at this year's Coachella music festival.
I may not agree with Lohan's decision to wear a white gown to her friend's special day, however, I will play devil's advocate and argue that I wouldn't describe the dress as particularly bridal. The gypsy look is very romantic, and what's more romantic than Italy?
In any case, there's no denying Lohan's gown is stunning, and actually, very easy to emulate. I don't know about you, but there are no fancy parties coming up in my near future, so to get Lohan's look, I took my formal search down a notch.
Here's how you can get Lohan's white gown look for every day dress, and presumably way, way less.