For more than 70 years, thousands of brides have traveled to Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City to find their wedding day looks. From the moment you walk through the doors, you’ll feel the magic of Kleinfeld. Not only does Kleinfeld have 30,000 square feet filled with the largest selection of wedding dresses in the world, it also has the greatest professional staff of over 200 employees who are dedicated to finding and perfecting your bridal look.
These days, TV reigns supreme. We binge it all night, talk about it all day and it influences so many parts of our lives. We get all of our beauty, hair, and fashion trends from our favorite shows—why not our bridal looks too?! Here are our top iconic TV bridal looks and how you can recreate them on your wedding day (we’ve got plenty of options right here at Kleinfeld).
We all know and love Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky from Full House, and if you’re like us, we couldn’t wait for them to get married! Becky wore an off-the-shoulder lace beaded ball gown with puff sleeves—a typical late 80s and early 90s dress! To bring this look into the 21st century, try this or this.
While April’s wedding didn’t go as planned (no spoilers here!), we can all agree that her illusion neckline lace and tulle Peter Langner ball gown was stunning. You can actually try this exact gown on at one of our Peter Langner Trunk Shows. Can’t wait that long? Browse some of our other Peter Langner wedding dresses here.
We’ve got another perfect match for you—Olivia Pope (played by Kerry Washington) wore this classic and breathtaking Anne Barge off-the-shoulder sweetheart ball gown with added beaded belt on Scandal.
Laura (played by Jamila Velazquez) looked like music royalty in this Pnina Tornai sleeveless sweetheart ball gown with illusion corset bodice on Empire.
Parks and Recreation
While Leslie Knope’s dress doesn’t have a designer (she made it herself out of newspaper clippings!) we definitely love her tea length gown, complete with cap sleeves and an illusion neckline on Parks and Recreation. Want to copy her look? Try this or this.
While we all can’t wait for Meghan Markle to get married in real life, we can watch her character on Suits get married in the meantime! Markle’s character Rachel will wear this exact Anne Barge wedding dress when she marries her longtime beau Mike in the new season.
Boy Meets World
For all you 90s kids out there, how could you forget the union of such an iconic couple, Cory and Topanga on Boy Meets World. While Topanga’s dress might be a little stuck in the 90s, try this dress if you like a fuller skirt, or this one if you prefer a body-hugging fit.
Just like her bohemian personality, Jessa in Girls wore a dress to match—off-the-shoulder, crocheted lace with big bell sleeves. Try this dress if you like cocktail length or this one if you want full length.
Of all the weddings on Friends, Monica and Chandler’s was by far our favorite. Monica exuded elegance and timelessness while still showing off her figure in a simple v-neck sleeveless satin fit and flare gown. For the most accurate match, try this dress. For something a little more fitted, try this, and more flowy, try this.
If you’re a fan of The Office, then you’re sure to remember this tearjerker wedding of all star TV dream couple, Jim and Pam. Pam wore an organza spaghetti strap gown with a sweetheart neckline and beaded empire waist—and you can too! Like the beaded aspect of her gown? Try this one. Love the empire waist and flowy feel? This dress is perfect. Simplicity? This.
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