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Anne Hathaway’s Wedding Dress: Local Experts’ Picks

Georgetown bridal salon owners select four gowns that would suit the fashionista bride-to-be.

By Kim Forrest Published

All of these gowns are available at Hitched in Georgetown. Photographs (clockwise from top left), courtesy of Amsale, courtesy of Anna Maier/Ulla-Maija Couture (2), courtesy of Lela Rose

One of our favorite stylish celebs, Anne Hathaway, got engaged to beau Adam Shulman over the holiday weekend. We know that between all those red carpet events and Occupy protests, Anne is probably really busy, so we thought we’d help her with her wedding gown shopping. We went straight to the experts: Carin Rosenberg Levine and Julia Lichtman Kepniss of Hitched bridal salon in Georgetown, who selected four wedding gowns they think Anne should try on. Choose your favorite and vote in our poll at the bottom of the post.

1. Renee gown by Amsale

“The shape of this gown is so glamorous, and the beaded shoulder and back-bow details are perfect for someone like Anne who is no stranger to the over-the-shoulder red carpet pose! This gown is perfect for the bride who wants glamour without frills.”

2. Sacha gown by Anna Maier/Ulla-Maija Couture

“If Anne wants to give a nod to bridal tradition while still keeping things fresh, this is the perfect gown for her. The double layer of lace creates a beautiful texture, while the softly fitted shape shows just the right amount of curves.”

3. Turtle Creek gown by Lela Rose

“We love this dress for Anne because it’s fashion-forward with a clean silhouette. Anne has such striking features, and this gown allows her beauty to shine through while still having amazing details.”

4. Claire gown by Anna Maier/Ulla-Maija Couture

“Harkening back to The Princess Diaries, this gorgeous ballgown is quite regal but still totally modern. Anne’s tall and graceful frame will shine in this silhouette, while the full skirt and beading provide a healthy dose of drama.”

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