See All The Angles Of Kim Kardashian's Amazing Wedding Dress

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Examine the stunning Givenchy gown that Kim Kardashian wore for her wedding to Kanye West.



Who's got a Kimye post-wedding hangover? Not us! Kim Kardashian and Kanye West married in Italy — sorry to hear you got dissed, France! — this weekend. The main topic of online convo? Oh, just Kimmy's wedding dress, which was a custom design by her pal Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy. 

It truly looked like Tisci used her body as his dress form, as it fit the reality queen perfectly. It was also a much more fashion-forward design than the forgettable Vera Wang frock she wore in 2011 when she swapped vows with Kris Humphries. She ditched V. Wang, who has built her rep on pretty, fairytale-style gowns, in favor of something a whole hell of a lot more daring and certainly more high fashion

Here's a 360-degree view of Kimmy's dress — from the back, the front and the side. 


Baby Got Back:

Here's Kim's Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci dress, as seen from the back Even with the enveloping veil, you can still see her major booty and her hourglass shape, thanks to the mermaid silhouette. We love the peek-a-boo back. To think she was in the home stretch of being prego with baby North just one year ago! Props to Kim for getting her figure back.

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Full Frontal:

The new Mrs West adopted a very princess-y (and predictable) look for her nuptials to Kris Humphries, the marriage of which lasted 72 days. The Vera Wang dress had a snoozy sweetheart neckline and a familiar full skirt, complete with teardrops along the veil. However, this fashion-forward frock by a designer not known for wedding gowns is proof of Yeezy's influence on her style. It feels very Kanye-approved and much edgier than what she wore for her last trip down the aisle. This frock has maaaj "Wow" factor.

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Side by Side:

Aw, that smooch These two, so in lurve. You can appreciate the wedding-ness of Kimmy's column gown with this view. The lacy sleeves are so chic and when we think lace, we usually think "old lady." Here, the fabric is transformative, adding a dash of softness to an incredibly innovative and unconventional dress.

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