What Did Her Wedding Dress Look Like?

by Rikki Byrd

If you haven't heard the news of the much-anticipated Tell-Conrad wedding, yet, I will give you a pass. Maybe. The news is flooding the 'net this morning and LC fans are going wild, congratulating Lauren Conrad and William Tell on their wedding, which took place Saturday in California.

Their love story is one worthy for the movies, and we'd expect nothing less from Laguna Beach's belle. They went from a Valentine's Day blind date to ringing wedding bells in a little over a year; all the while, her website (and Pinterest) became inundated with wedding content from invitation etiquette to how to pick out the perfect dress. But it is the topic of Conrad's dress that has us poring through social media and news sites, anticipating the release of what she wore while her and her beau exchanged their "I dos." While it had long been decided that her bridesmaids would be wearing dresses from her Paper Crown collection, LC was very secretive about what she would be wearing. So as we glue ourselves to a chair and await wedding images from the LC-to-LT wedding (get it?), let's take a look at Conrad in white dresses to search for hints on what her dress might have looked like.

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Although it might be a stretch to say that Conrad donned an over-the-knee dress at her wedding, hit could have been full of subtleties, such as the pastel yellow and gray polka dots in her flirty Paper Crown dress.

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It might not be all-white per se, but this black-and-white number that Conrad wore to Rebecca Minkoff's show in 2012 might lead us to think that she stepped out of her usual headbands and flirty dresses to opt for something a bit more alternative.

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The look Conrad wore to her book signing for The Fame Game in 2012 combines both an alternative and traditional look with a pastel blue hue and a sheer overlay of white flowers. If anything, I'm sure that flowers were a part of the wedding, if not the dress itself.

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May I suggest that LC opted for eggshell white instead? A dress such as this one by BCBG Max Azria — with the plunging neckline and sequins — is both sexy and flirty, making it impossible for her husband to take his eyes off of her.

UPDATE: The first peek at the dress is here! The new couple graced the cover of Us Weekly on Wednesday. While we can only see a tiny bit of the Badgley Mischka dress, it looks like a lovely lacy number — complete, of course with a perfectly tasteful hairpiece.

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