Lauren Bush Lauren's stunning, old-world wedding gown was the stuff dreams are made of. Of course, when your father-in-law is none other than legendary American designer Ralph Lauren, you know you're in store for something spectacular. When Lauren Bush married David Lauren in 2011, she wore a floor-length gown made of various embellished fabrics, with a top layer of lightweight tulle in an antique ivory hue. About 100 craftspeople hand-embroidered the tulle with floral motifs and Renaissance-inspired scroll designs, all in silk and metallic threads, Swarovski crystals, and pearl beads. Can you imagine the intricacy? Regarding the silhouette, Lauren told Vogue that she and Ralph worked together to create something unique. "It isn't Victorian exactly," she said. "I wanted something modern as well, so there is the high-necked collar and puffed shoulders with the large open back." In typical cool-girl style, Lauren accessorized with Victorian-style earrings, a vintage headpiece, and — wait for it — cowboy boots. We're seriously smitten with her Old West-inspired vibe, and it's the perfect look for a bride that wants to look timeless and beautiful without taking herself too seriously.