An Illustrated Guide to All the Parts of Ciara's Franken-Wedding Dress

A little bit of this + a little bit of that = It's alive!

There's only one good photo and a sketch to go off of, but that's enough to tell us that Ciara's larger-than-life Roberto Cavalli wedding gown was assembled with parts from the fashion chop shop. Here, see the inspirations behind the dress Mrs. Wilson chose for her big day.

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The dress
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The neckline

Both Ciara and designer Peter Dundas are fans of the low-cut, lace-up neckline. Seriously—it's practically their signature.

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At the 2014 Grammys

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At a 2011 pre-Grammy gala

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Emilio Pucci Spring 2011

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The lace

This is Givenchy, but Ciara definitely has a history with all things tulle and appliqué and "precious Chantilly lace."

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At the 2015 American Music Awards

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Emilio Pucci Spring 2012

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At a performance in Miami

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The train
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Emilio Pucci Spring 2012

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The silhouette

The definition of body-con. But for her wedding day, Ciara added an outer flounce to her signature shape, which we've seen her do a few times before.

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At the 2011 Grammys

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The everything

Peter Dundas also designed this confection for the Marrakech portion of Poppy Delevigne's 2014 nuptials. Similar-ish—definitely different vibes—but also both fairytale gowns.

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