Get the Look | Audrey Hepburn Wedding Dress

I am so excited to share this month’s Get the Look feature, one of my idols, Audrey Hepburn.

modern picks for Audrey Hepburn's classic wedding dress look

In 1954, Audrey married actor and film director/producer Mel Ferrer. She wore a ballerina-length dress with full sleeves by Pierre Balmain. She accessorized with elbow length gloves and a fresh floral crown (let it be known: Audrey did it first!).

Audrey Hepburn wedding

image by Ernst Haas

In my search for how to get the ‘Audrey Hepburn’ look for your wedding day, I found that the classic ‘Audrey’ look that we all know and love is based more on what she wore for her role in the 1957 film “Funny Face”. The dress is still a very similar cut to her real wedding gown, so I decided to base my research on the gorgeous Givenchy gown that made this style famous.

Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face

The ‘Audrey’ dress is known for it’s high neckline, fit and flare cut, and tea length skirt. Here are some of my favorite picks, at a wide variety of price ranges, that I feel really represent this iconic look.

Audrey Hepburn wedding dress | Steven Birnbaum

Steven Birnbaum Collection

Audrey Hepburn gown | Legends Romona Keveza Fall 2015

Legends by Romona Keveza

tea length dress | Adrianna Papell

Adrianna Papell

Audrey Hepburn wedding dress | Tobi Hannah

Tobi Hannah

Audrey Hepburn wedding dress | Honeypie Boutique

Honeypie Boutique

tea length dress | Ashi Studio

Ashi Studio

tea length wedding dress | Delphine Manivet

Delphine Manivet

tea length dress | Justin Alexander

Justin Alexander

Audrey Hepburn dress | Caroline Castigliano

Caroline Castigliano

Audrey Hepburn Dress | Hour of Mooshki

House of Mooshki

What do you think? Are you in love with the ‘Audrey’ look? Which dress is your favorite?

See more bridal looks inspired by iconic vintage brides in the other Get the Look features, including Grace Kelly and Jackie O. If there are other iconic vintage brides you would love to see modern interpretations of, please comment below for future posts.