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Get the Look: Anne Hathaway's Bridal Style


It's official: Anne Hathaway's fiancé liked it so much, he put a ring on it, and now she's off the market! Hathaway, 29, and her long-time beau Adam Shulman, 31, tied the knot at a small, intimate ceremony Saturday night in Big Sur. Hathaway did a great job of keeping her nuptials a secret—150 guests attended, but there were "no movie stars, just friends and family," a source told People magazine.

Although Hathaway successfully kept the paparazzi away (we don't blame her!), a few photos of the big day slipped through the cracks and surfaced online. One thing everybody's talking about? Her dress! The bride walked down the aisle in a custom Valentino design and wore no accessories, save for a 1920s-inspired headpiece that attached to a simple veil.

Want to steal the Les Misérables star's look for your own wedding? We went to the style experts at David's Bridal to see how you can get the designer look—without breaking the bank. 

1. Choose an off-the-shoulder dress. "An off-the-shoulder gown, like the Oleg Cassini pictured below is the same silhouette we saw on Anne, and it's very flattering on a slew of body types," says Katrina Mitzeliotis, David's Bridal style council member. "While it offers more support and coverage than a strapless gown, it still allows a bride to show a hint of skin, just like the star did on her special day. Anne's tulle gown was extremely romantic and ethereal, and you can easily give off the same vibe in this option."


2. Opt for a cathedral-style veil. "There's something so romantic and timeless about a cathedral veil," Mitzeliotis says. "Rather than fasten it with a traditional headpiece or clip, Anne opted for a floral, 1920s-like headband, which became her standout accessory. If you, like Anne, are interested in a less traditional headpiece, you would definitely love this floral option." (pictured below)


3. Keep your makeup simple. When it comes to makeup, Hathaway definitely knows what works for her! In addition to foregoing jewelry, the star stuck to natural-looking makeup, a look she often dons on the red carpet (pictured below). "It was so consistent with the rest of her pretty, understated look," Mitzeliotis says. "A little lip color and neutral brown tones made her eyes pop without making her appear too done up."


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