ESC: Allison Williams, Oscars 2018

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At the 90th Annual Academy Awards, celebrities transformed the red carpet into an aisle fit for their big day.

Lace embellishments, full skirts, white and off-white fabrics—the red carpet was full of bridal wear. That's great news if you're currently engaged and in search for the perfect gown. You can see the best trends, must-have silhouettes and designers to watch on haute couture's biggest stage: the Oscars red carpet.

If he or she hasn't put a ring on it, let's be real: There's nothing wrong with getting prepared. A fashion lover's got a dream, right?!

Whether you want a small wedding in a rose garden or you plan on outdoing the royals with a large scale event, there's something on the red carpet for you.

Don't believe us? Keep scrolling! 

Margot Robbie, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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The beauty of this Chanel gown is all in the details.

Mary J. Blige, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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The wrapping of the fabric at the star's hips is incredibly flattering on her curvaceous figure.

Elisabeth Moss, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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The off-shoulder detail of this number is a flattering alternative to strapless gowns.

Laura Dern, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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Even a minimalist bride was a little somethin', somthin'. This asymmetrical dress is the solution.

Janet Mock, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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The gorgeous star wore a gown perfect for the minimalist bride-to-be.

Erin Lim, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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The E! News host's gown is perfect for midday wedding in rose garden.

ESC: Kristin Cavallari, 2018 Oscars

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Heading to your family estate for your big day? Don't forget red carpet host's gown.

Allison Williams, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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The Get Out star's Armani Privé dress is meant for a fairy tale wedding. We're just missing a prince and castle.

Jane Fonda, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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Renewing your vows or heading to City Hall? The actress' gown is simple yet impactful enough for the big day.

Mira Sorvino, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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If your wedding includes a flower wall, then you should seriously consider the star's gown with floral embellishments.

Phoebe Waller Bridge, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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When your daring, art-loving BFF gets engaged send her polka dot stunner from Vionnet.

Abbie Cornish, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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The actress' embellished gown would be perfect for a glam, evening wedding.

Camila Alves, 2018 Oscars, Red Carpet Fashions

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Big or small, this layered Vivenne Westwood gown is a wedding must-have.

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