Whether long, short, full of lace or a minimalist silhouette, there is one fashion look that is hard to forget and that's a wedding dress.
From Kate Moss' 1920s inspired embellished gown by John Galliano to Elizabeth Taylor's canary yellow chiffon dress, some of the world's most famous bridal looks have been cemented in our collective memories for decades.
Which is why this mammoth infographic of most iconic bridal outfits of all time is long overdue.
The illustrated chart, created by diamond retailer and website Vashi features the looks worn by the most prolific women in film, tv, music, athletics, politics and royalty from the last eight decades in alphabetical order.
Some key looks to look out for are Audrey Hepburn's light pink woolen mini-dress, Sarah Jessica Parker's dramatic black gown and Grace Kelly's taffeta and lace dress which inspired Kate Middleton's Alexander McQueen look in 2010.
Click the infographic below to enlarge and peruse the bridal hall of fame...
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