Whitney Port’s Modern Bride Wedding Dress: 5 Great Alternatives

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The reality star turned fashion designer Whitney Port got married to longtime beau Tim Roseman in Palm Springs, California, on November 7, and we are absolutely taken with her gorgeous wedding dress.

While other brides go for classic strapless, princess-cut styles, Whitney decided to take the risk and do a modern-day bridal look that won everyone’s hearts, including ours. While still on a high from her wedding, Whitney shared her excitement on Instagram:

The former Hills star collaborated with designer Mohammad Ashi of the Beirut-based brand Ashi Studio to create a stunning gown — a waterfall-cut dress with sheer long-sleeved lace sleeves.

Apart from the surprisingly chic hemline, Whitney went for another unexpected choice — a modern bun-ponytail hybrid that totally elevated her bridal look.

She finished with delicate floral applique heels and minimal pearl and diamond earrings by Delfina Delettrez to keep the focus on her gown. The whole ensemble is pretty spectacular and has easily climbed up to the top of our list of favorite celebrity wedding dresses of the year.

Here are five pretty alternatives to Whitney’s gorgeous dress that you can buy on Shopbop:

Free People Cotton Modal "Nora" Tank in CreamFree People Cotton Modal “Nora” Tank in Cream, $128

Halston Heritage High/Low Mock-Neck Gown in BoneHalston Heritage High/Low Mock-Neck Gown in Bone, $525

Line & Dot Aura T-Back Dress in CreamLine & Dot Aura T-Back Dress in Cream, $209

For Love & Lemons "Luna" Maxi DressFor Love & Lemons “Luna” Maxi Dress, $246

Free People Angel Rays Lace Trapeze Midi Dress in IvoryFree People Angel Rays Lace Trapeze Midi Dress in Ivory, $198

Credit: Instagram

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