Celebrity Paris Hilton got married this Thursday, and fashion was in full force at the wedding. The bride herself made four different outfit switches throughout her wedding day.
During the ceremony, Hilton wore a dress created by Oscar de la Renta designers: Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim. It was an elegantly embroidered high-neck, long-sleeve gown. The sleeves and the bodice of the dress were enclosed, with floral embroidery that faded into a tulle ball skirt. Her veil showed similar floral designs near the base.
After the wedding ceremony, the newlyweds made their way to their wedding reception, where Hilton made a quick outfit change for her first dance with her Prince Charming. She displayed an off-the-shoulder tulle dress featuring a corset top that flowed into a full skirt. The dress itself was designed by Galia Lahav, with Hilton topping it off with a tiara and necklace.
As if two outfits weren’t enough, Hilton changed things up quite a bit and changed into a much shorter dress. Her dress, designed by Oscar de la Renta included a bustier top and an A-line mini skirt. The dress had 3D floral embroidery along the shoulder resembling the floral details from the gown she wore during the ceremony.
Last but not least, Hilton made one final outfit switch and changed into a Pamella Roland gown. The gown was adorned with sequin and pearl embroidery and was topped off with a sheer embellished cape.