Jessica Biel Committed to Wedding White

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Jessica Biel has wedding bells on the brain—since she got engaged to Justin Timberlake, she’s stepped out in white and almost-white gowns on the red carpet five times.

Biel has always been a fan of nude and pink tones, and she’s also always impeccably dressed. Never afraid to wear a straight-off the runway look, she’s worn everyone from Mugler to Dior. But recently, nearly every outfit she’s worn could double as a wedding dress.

Here’s a rundown of her latest ivory ensembles, in increasing order of how much I’d like to see her wear them on her wedding day!

Cover of April’s W: Louis Vuitton
Okay, so, it’s not really a dress but it is white. Even if her and Justin wind up getting married on a beach somewhere, I’d be kind of disappointed if Biel opted for a swimsuit, given her taste.

MTV Movie Awards: Chanel
Aaand this one looks like a bathing suit cover up, or something your aunt would have worn on Haight-Ashbury in the 70s. It’s fabulous and you wish she kept it to hand down to you, but you would cry if someone made you wear it to your reception.

Total Recall Panel at Comic-Con: Thierry Mugler
I love Mugler, and would do a lot of terrible things to own and wear Mugler, but a short, nude and white Mugler dress just doesn’t scream wedding.

The Late Show with David Letterman: Victoria Beckham
Bodycon T-shirt dress? NEVER. Though if Lindsay Lohan ever gets married to some poor bastard, I wouldn’t put it past her. But Biel has taste, and would not do such a thing.

ESPY Awards: Christian Dior
It’s super adorable and shows off her nine foot long legs, but Jessica’s Dior ballerina dress is deeeefinitely not right for a wedding, unless you’re eight years old and pretending to get married to your classmate in your backyard.

NY screening of Total Recall: White Elie Saab Lace
It’s short and sleeveless, so maybe it would be better for the reception, but it could also set off a movement of above the knee wedding gowns for the first time in history—and if anyone can spark something like that, Jessica can.

Met Gala: Prada
It would be a bit of an unconventional choice, but the cut and draping of the ivory Prada gown Biel wore to the Met Gala wouldn’t look out of place at a wedding (and how groomy does Justin look?).

Golden Globes: Elie Saab Lace
With long sleeves, all lace construction and a not-too-high front slit (for showing off your shoes, obviously), this gown is far and away the winner. Elie Saab is the fantasy wedding wear of nearly everyone, and Jessica looked like she could have been on her way to her nuptials in this number.
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