With a diamond the dimensions of a Red Globe grape on her finger, Cardi B and Offset are a soon-to-be-married rap power couple in which both parties have strong senses of style. So what'll they wear to tie the knot, besides the requisite bloody shoes? Ahead, 10 fittingly over-the-top ideas.
"I MAKE MONEY MOVES." Which is necessary, given that this couture illusion dress can't come cheap. It does, however, align perfectly with Ms. Belcalis Almanzar's more-is-more-is-not-enough aesthetic.
You know—for a casual pre-wedding event, probably one that involves more standing than sitting, given its body-con-ness.
Seeing as how the Cardi B-Offset nuptials will no doubt be a multi-day, multi-venue extravaganza, here's an off-the-shoulder net dress for one of the more low-key, family-and-friends bits of the itinerary...
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To be complemented by Mr. Kiari Kendrell Cephus in corresponding Dolce & Gabbana, which he will surely style with sunglasses and more jewelry than you've ever seen in your life.
What to wear to the littest rehearsal dinner ever? How about this high-slit gown by friend and frequent collaborator Christian Siriano, who helped make this full-on princess moment happen?
Or this ribbon-hem number, so long as she keeps well away from clumsy waiters and red sauce?
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Another option for the main event: this legendary Zuhair Murad, with the cathedral-length veil and embroidery and everything.
While Offset flexes in this sheeny jumpsuit, uh, suit from Gucci. If anyone can make this wedding-appropriate, it's him—again with chains on chains and sunglasses Urban Outfitters will produce and sell by the hundreds of thousands.
When the last "I do" has been said and the most faded guests packed off to the reception, the new Mrs. Offset could party the night away in this chainmail Balmain, which would make the most of her assets.
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And for costume change number whatever (the point is to lose count), she'd wear the heck outta this bustier minidress and fringe boots—to perform a husband-and-wife followup to "Motor Sport." Because if you've got bars, a stage is a stage.