Luann de Lesseps recently threatened to wear three wedding gowns to her New Year's Eve wedding, which is (surprisingly) standard-ish operating procedure for celebrities. Below, see seven women whose big days involved multiple wardrobe changes, because even when you're committing to The One, fashion never expects you to stay exclusive.
The long-sleeve thing is, uh, such a *thing,* but Jamie Chung's Monique Lhuillier is perhaps one of the most successful instances—that or the tea-length Jonathan Simkhai she picked for the reception and pre-wedding pics.
GOAT (that is, Greatest of All Time) potential, mostly for her sartorial creativity. Over the course of a weekend, Knowles wore a trio of Stéphane Rolland jumpsuits—a caped one to bike to the church—and a dramatic Kenzo gown for the ceremony.
After taking her vows in front of attendees including Kaley Cuoco and Ali Fedotowsky, the Mean Girls actress swapped out a strapless A-line dress with a sweetheart neckline for a strapless mermaid gown and bejeweled headband.
Another #verawanggang member, Teigen wore a parade of gowns showcasing the designer's corsetry, draping, etc. Ten out of 10 for use of tulle.
What goes with $15 million worth of diamonds? Three bespoke Vera Wang gowns, from the ceremony's tulle ball skirt to a screen-siren, bias-cut number. (This was to wed Kris Humphries—make your own comparisons to her Balmain- and Givenchy-packed Parisian festivities with Kanye.)
Okay, but what's Vera Wang's celebrity-wedding-dress batting average? To marry Kevin Hart, Parrish wore three figure-highlighting gowns, including a "custom soft white sheer plunging V neck lace and silk crepe mermaid gown with hand embroidered French Chantilly lace appliqués, luxurious French tulle skirt, and silk covered bridal button accents," as the house put it. ::sound of drool dripping onto my keyboard::
Though a designer in her own right, Conrad collaborated with Badgley Mischka on a high-neck sleeveless gown, then appeared to have changed into another lace-y style, this time strapless.