Did Paris Hilton Really Wear 10 Wedding Dresses?!


Paris shares more photos of her jawdropping bridal looks – and we’re obsessed!

We’ve been on the edge of our seats awaiting more detailed shots of all the style from Paris’ extravagant wedding to Carter Reum and let’s just say, they did not disappoint!

Pre-wedding, Paris revealed her plans to wear 10 different wedding dresses (yes, you read that right!). So with new photos released, we’re taking a closer look at what really went down…

Paris has finally revealed a full body shoot of what seems to be her main bridal look – a custom Oscar de la Renta gown featuring a high neck, long lace sleeves, and floral detailing.

The bottom half of the dress was crafted from a white tulle and scattered with embroidery. Paris finished the look with a dramatic cathedral-length veil.

Her makeup and hair were kept simple to emulate ‘timeless beauty’, hair stylist Eduardo Ponce told Vogue. “We wanted Paris to look fresh and chic. The dress is such a masterpiece we didn’t want to overdo the glam. We kept it clean and simple,” he says.

Following the ceremony, Hilton changed into a second tulle gown – designed by Galia Lahav, in which she had her first dance with new husband, Carter Reum.

The full-length dress featured a plunging, corset bodice with a sweetheart neckline and full skirt. She paired this with a diamond necklace and a matching diamond-encrusted tiara.

The third outfit of the evening was a mini dress, also by Oscar de la Renta. Like her ceremony gown, the bustier and shoulders of this dress were adorned with floral embroidery. The dress had a voluminous, A-lined skirt which was giving us all the modern-day princess vibes!

For her final reception look, Paris went for a crystal-embellished full-length dress with a plunging V-neckline. The showtopping gown designed by Pamella Roland, was finished with a dramatic diamante-encrusted cape that trailed the floor.

Hilton told Vogue she ‘loved’ her wedding look. “I wanted something that was timeless, elegant, chic, and iconic, and I am so happy,” she says.

The groom appeared to stay in the same suit throughout the evening. He wore a navy blue, silk single-breasted shawl lapel tuxedo which was custom-made by Italian fashion house Zegna.

So far, Paris was seen wearing four wedding dresses. Hmmm… perhaps she is waiting until the dust settles from the premier of her new series Paris in Love – a Peacock-exclusive show following Hilton as she plans her wedding.

Given Paris mentioning her adorned ‘love of weddings’ there will (hopefully) be more photos showcasing the grand event and style – stay tuned for more updates on Paris’ three-day extravaganza!

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