We hope that Hollywood’s hottest engaged ladies Kate Bosworth, Jessica Biel and Miley Cyrus have been paying attention to the catwalk over the last week. The Spring Summer 2013 Ready-To-Wear shows may be a distant memory, but for busy brides-to-be the key to wedding success could surely be found at the New York Autumn Winter 2012 Bridal Collections. So far we've seen beautiful creations from the likes of Marchesa, Vera Wang and Badgley Mischka hit the catwalk - the only issue being which big white dress to choose? If Angelina Jolie doesn't fancy doing a Kim Kardashian and wearing three wedding dresses on the day of her nuptials then, along with every other bride the tough job of picking the ultimate gown is an essential part of the journey to the alter. For three lucky A-listers we've made the decision for them, although only time will tell if they'll take our humble wedding-obsessed opinion into consideration.
Keira Knightley - Machesa
It's highly like that Keira Knightley walk down the aisle in Chanel when she marries Klaxons singer James Righton, but if she did fancy mixing things up the actress could do worse than this knee length Marchesa dress. With a sensational costume drama career under her belt Keira has already had plenty of opportunities to wear floor-skimming frocks and we think the nipped in waist and elegant lace on this short dress is totally in tune with the Brit style icon's classic look.
Evan Rachel Wood - Vera Wang
Reports suggest today that actress Evan and her British beau Jamie Bell have just picked up a marriage license. If wedding bells are on the cards can we recommend this figure flattering strapless Vera Wang gown? It's traditional on top and slightly zany on the bottom - perfect for the indie star and former girlfriend of Marilyn Manson.
Jennifer Aniston - Monique Lhuillier
It's the second time round for Jen, but we still hope she'll wear an A-list dress. This delicate gown by Monique Lhuillier satisfies the Friends star's penchant for a leg split while covering up the décolletage with classy vintage-inspired lace.