Reem Acra Designs Dream Wedding Dresses for Jennifer Aniston

08/15/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

Jennifer Aniston Wedding Dresses Courtesy Reem Acra; Inset: Sipa

We’ve already discussed Jennifer Aniston‘s potential wedding gown silhouettes, but designer Reem Acra took the conversation a step further this week, designing fantastically gorgeous (and hypothetical) gowns for the newly minted bride-to-be.

Acra, who’s designed wedding gowns for stars like LeAnn Rimes and Jenna Dewan-Tatum, sketched two dresses for Aniston at PEOPLE’s request: one more princess-like, fitted to the waist and finished with an elaborate skirt (left), and another that’s glimmering and form-fitting with a complementary veil (right).

When Aniston married Brad Pitt in 2000, the actress went somewhat simple, choosing a form-fitting, beaded gown by designer Lawrence Steele. She kept the touches — a veil and jewelry — traditional.

The designer calls the actress “the epitome of effortless beauty” — and we know she’d look even more beautiful in either of these elegant gowns. Tell us: What do you think of these sketches? And what do you envision Aniston wearing on her wedding day? 


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Sam on

It is her second wedding but why should that restrict her to a “simple” wedding/dress. She obviously is happy and is establishing a new relationship and new marriage. I say she will look beautiful in whatever she chooses whether she looks glamorous, simple, or like a princess.

D on

Both are too over the top for her style. I hope she sticks with something effortless…maybe even a soft, subtle color??

kew on

The second gown reminds me of her, how she usually dresses.
She usually wears form-fitting clothing that show off how toned she is, and I can just picture her in that dress. I think she would look lovely in it.

Der Kaiser on

I hope she doesn’t wear white!!

Katie on

I must say that neither of these dresses fit her style. Not sure what they were thinking…

MSS on

These dresses are a bit over the top, and don’t seem to be the style she usually goes for. For a second marriage something simple and elegant would be more appropriate.

Indee on

How pathetic it is that these dresses are “designed for Jennifer Aniston” and yet they are drawn onto “models” that look nothing like Jen or her body shape. How are we supposed to imagine her in them when they are so clearly out of proportion from any real woman? Fashion designers have seriously got weird taste in the human shape.

Dee on

I see her in something more simple, yet elegant.

db on

OH Good Grief! Maybe that is what is wrong with these infamous weddings….too much time and money spent on a circus….and not enough time spent on the meaning of marriage….I promise you its not about the dress……after the first time its just redundant! I’m not a fan of the big dress….lavish reception…nice romantic small wedding….give me the money….down payment for a house…..or a really great honeymoon….its just all kind of silly…..especially when you have walked down the aisle before! All these silly Bridal shows….have warped the minds of young women….LOL…yes I have a daughter and daughter-in-law….and getting ready to another son married….all I can say to myself, there goes my trip to Italy! Keep smiling!

KB on

I can’t imagine her in the full-skirted gown. It’s just SO not her style. Whatever she decides to wear, she will be beautiful. I hope it’s one of the happiest days of her life.

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