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Ever since Queen Victoria made extravagant white wedding dresses popular, the bridal gown, for many women, is the most important aspect of their big day.2

These days, anything goes - any style, any color, even getting married in a pants suit - but there is just still something special about a gorgeous dress.

vashi.com - a retailer of engagement rings - produced a nice chart of 100 Iconic Wedding Dresses and I thought it would be fun to share some of them with you.

Getting married or not - enjoy!

1. Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton

Gorgeous yet almost understated as royal gowns go, The Duchess of Cambridge's Dress was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.

2. Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly

To marry her Prince (Rainier of Monaco) the American actress chose a gown not from a top fashion house but a seamstress from MGM Studios.

Made up of 100 yards of silk net and 25 yards of silk taffeta which also featured ivory peau de soie and Brussels rose point lace embroidered with seed pearls, the wedding dress is worthy of a true princess.

3. Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani

You just knew there would be something unconventional about the gown the No Doubt singer would choose for her nuptials to Gavin Rossdale.2

Gwen swooped down the aisle in a pink dipped gown by Dior.

4. Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian

Priced at half a million, the Haute Couture Givenchy wedding dress featured a luxurious sweeping veil and train.

5. Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham

Victoria wore a strapless gown from Vera Wang to marry Football God, David.

She's saving the dress for daughter, Harper.3

6. Portia De Rossi

Portia De Rossi

Ellen was always going to be the one in the suit so Portia was able to go ultra-feminine with a backless, halter-necked concoction of lace in soft pink made by Zac Posen.

7. Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

For her marriage to Mel Ferrer, Audrey wore a classic 50's style with a crown of flowers.

The tea-length flared dress with a satin sash, ball gown sleeves and a high neck, paired with elbow-length gloves was designed by Pierre Balmain.2

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