We turn to these women for everyday #StyleInspo—they’re daring, elegant, stylish and innovative all at once. So naturally, when a fashion #Girlboss gets married, a little bit of extra attention (a.k.a. shameless stalking) is totally called for. Today, we’re bringing you three dresses worn by some of the most stylish women in the fashion sphere. Continue reading to feast your eyes.

Scroll down to see what three women in fashion wore for their big day!

Jessie Bush (@wethepeoplestyle)

She runs WeThePeople, which is a high-profile fashion, lifestyle and travel website filled with a plethora of inspiration for the fashion enthusiast.

For her wedding day, she managed to strike the perfect balance of rustic and elegant with a sleek gown designed by Charlie Brear. While the dress floated like a cloud around her (we’re looking at you, billowing sleeves), it did cinch her waist and expose her cleavage with a plunging neckline. The result? A striking contrast of boho and polished.

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Selby Drummond (@selbydrummond)

Selby’s the Head of Fashion and Beauty at Snapchat. ‘Nough said.

Her bridal look was nothing short of romantic. She partnered with Giambattista Valli to create a dress that complemented her statuesque frame. The gown featured a deep V-neck both in the front and back, adorned with tiered lace flutters which, once removed, revealed lace straps for the reception. The long train also had a fluttered, tiered hem.

Check out how Selby and Giambattista worked together to create the perfect custom-made dress inspired by his runway creations. 

Alex Carl (@alexcarl)

She’s the Fashion Director at Rika Magazine, and her Instagram is filled with an array of eclectic, often menswear-inspired ensembles.

Alex worked with Han Chong, the Creative Director & Founder of Self-Portrait, to create a timeless caped dress inspired by Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy’s wedding gown. The long-sleeved piece featured simple yet intricate pearl details along the seams and silk-covered buttons on the sleeves. The cape was gathered in a ruched fashion on the cleavage, covering both the plunging neckline and the exposed back for the ceremony.

Check out Chong’s recount of his experience working with Alex, along with some behind-the-scenes photos of the making, fitting and draping of the dress!

Pro-Stylist Tip: Just like these #girlbosses partnered with their designers to create their dreamed dresses, you too can work with a Stylist to design a gown you truly love!

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