02 January 2014 by

Kate Bosworth Wore FOUR Dresses During Her Dreamy Wedding Extravaganza

Kate Bosworth Wedding Dress

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You'll remember how the world swooned at the sight of Kate 'The Bride' Bosworth last September. The blonde actress became Mrs Michael Polish when the couple, who met on the set of Big Sur in 2011, walked up the aisle during an intimate ceremony in Montana. Within a matter of days, Pinterest boards were swamped with images of Kate swathed in a white Oscar de la Renta gown complete with a sweeping eight-foot-long, 16-foot-wide train. It's the stuff bridal dreams are made of.

Then a video popped up on US Vogue that sees Kate discussing the dreamy dress with the frock-maker himself. 'He is the most legendary designer in my opinion, ever. There was no one else for me,' the star gushed of why she turned to Mr OdlR. 'It's a dress that reflects the love I have for my partner, it's a reflection on my life, it's a reflection on the woman I've become. There's so much poetry and elegance to it.'

Kate Bosworth Wedding Dress

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But it seems one dress wasn't enough for our K-Bos. In fact, the full wedding portfolio of Kate and Michael's Big Day features in the new issue of Martha Stewart Weddings, showing that while she tied the knot in the gorgeous Oscar de la Renta gown, she also wore a custom-made Proenza Schouler silk dress with an accordion skirt for the kickoff party the night before. Oh, AND there was a bohemian-esque vintage Chloé dress for the rehearsal dinner, which she paired with Chloé heels and a pretty braid. Then there was the reception when Bosworth opted for yet another Oscar de la Renta dress made of lace with short sleeves and embroidered with pearls and crystals. Well, we wouldn't expect anything less from the lady who bagged second place on our Best Dressed List, eh?

See Kate's greatest looks in the Look Book below >>


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