From Coretta Scott King to Michelle Obama, check out how these influential women kept it fashionable while tying the knot.
Coretta Scott King
In 1953 Coretta Scott King wed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a divine A-line frock with a lace bodice and tulle overlay, a matching tulle veil with sheer fingerless gloves.
In 1958, the soul singer kept it pretty effortlessly fab during her nuptials to Glynn turman in a cinched waist, bloussant style dress that complemented her curves perfectly.
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Leave it to diva Diana Ross to don an epic winter white floor-length fur over a silk gown with lace sleeves, and a cathedral-style veil during her 1985 wedding to Arne Naess Jr. in Switzerland.
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If anyone could pull-off a suit at the altar it’s Bianca Jagger. Mick Jagger’s wife married the rock star in a bosom-baring blazer, with matching skirt and a wide-brimmed floppy with veil attached. Tres chic!
In 1992 the First Lady tied the knot with her law associate mentor Barack Obama in a long-sleeved off-the-shoulder duchess satin gown with sweetheart neckline and bold shoulder. Now, that's a bold move.
The late singer wore an unforgettable Lyon lace gown with a four-foot train and a beaded headpiece with floor-grazing beaded tulle when she married Bobby in 1992.