Kim Kardashian's Wedding Dress Predictions: We've Got a Few Ideas in Mind (Of Course!)

05/06/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

Sure, Kim Kardashian may have given us the ultimate hint regarding her wedding dress by walking the Met Gala carpet in a custom Lanvin design (she’s pals with Alber Elbaz and also wore a design from the Paris label for her wedding-inspired Vogue cover). But since nothing has been confirmed yet, we thought we’d share a few bridal gown predictions, just to pass the time before her May 24 nuptials. After all, what’s more fun than Kim Kardashian white dress paper dolls?

Kim Kardashian wedding dress predictionsGetty (4); Inset: Noam Galai/WireImage

First up, this mermaid Naeem Khan design from the designer’s spring 2015 collection, which looks like the perfect Kim silhouette. The strapless embroidered bodice would show off her killer curves, and thanks to the flared tulle bottom the dress still has a bridal feel.

Our next suggestion: Something blue. Kardashian’s already gone the white route, so something like this strapless Monique Lhuillier design, featuring a full skirt with oversize flowers, might be a great, unexpected way to mix things up. Lhuillier’s latest Spring 2015 collection — dubbed “My Eternal Daydream” — was inspired by the works of painter John Singer Sargent. And we all know how much Kanye West likes art. Just sayin’.

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Back to Naeem Khan for a moment — yes, we already picked the mermaid silhouette, but then we saw this sleek geometric-print sequin design (third above) and now we’re totally torn, because it looks so Kim. So we’re tossing this in the ring as a viable option as well. (Or maybe the perfect gown for her reception wardrobe change?)

And lastly, we’re still holding on to hope that Kim will return to her pal Riccardo Tisci for a custom Givenchy creation. She loves to recreate his designs (remember this cutout number?), so it’s still a possibility. Our pick? Something from the archives, like this Haute Couture number from the 2010 show. We can totally picture Kim in an embellished bodice and full veil, but we’d probably customize the look with a fuller skirt.

What do you think Kim will wear on the big day? Which look is your favorite? Share your thoughts below!

–Brittany Talarico

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Kristan on

I expect her to wear something made out of $100 bills actually….

Megan on

None of these come with a bad for her to wear over her head…?

Haley on

She’s completely gorgeous and would pull off any of them! You women making comments saying she doesn’t have the ‘body’ for these dresses…I am shaking my head at y’all.

Mary on

The first and third are nice, second and fourth are ugly, she couldn’t pull any of them off, she is too fat.

Emily M. on

Strapless is over, so that eliminates three of the dresses, particularly the blue one that looks like toilet paper.

The remaining dress looks skeletal/goth. There are (young, thin) actresses or models who could make it looks good. Kim Kardashian is not one of them.

Dawn on

I think an ivory or nice soft color would be nice. Also, something fuller at the bottom, nothing figure hugging would be nice.

JoannC on

I like the second dress but not white for Kimmy maybe a blush pink and not a veil a hat with a veil maybe.

kyla on

Let’s face it she will wear something that is completely unapporiate for her shape..

Chloe on

Why isn’t there a fifth option of a hefty bag?

S Pear on

Canceling my subscription. Can’t t├íke you shoving kim down my throat.

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