"Tardy For the Party" singer and reality star, Kim Zolciak borrows the "three's a charm" trend from recent bride, Kim Kardashian. Both Kims decided that one wardrobe change during their lavish events was just not enough....... instead, three gowns seems to be the magic number for royal reality weddings these days.
Zolciak married her Prince Charming, Kroy Biermann on the popular nuptial date of 11/11/11.
Her first gown was the most lavish creation by Baracci, weighing in at 32 pounds and apparently worth $58,ooo.
Dress #2, designed by Pnina Tornai from Say Yes to the Dress fame, is a fully embellished mermaid design adorned with Swarovski crystals and pearls.
Last, but certainly not least, Kim went with another Pnina ensemble, but this time in the form of a backless jumpsuit.
Now, if I were to dress this blonde bombshell???......
No doubt, I would go all out Lazaro. Zolciak obviously loves beadwork, detail and drama....what Lazaro is known best for.
For the ceremony, I would go with LZ3063. This swoon worthy ball gown is nothing short of a masterpiece, and can be styled with a detailed cathedral length veil, and encrusted sash for added drama.
The first wardrobe change would be into LZ3150. This show-stopper is body conscience, and heavily adorned without adding extra fabric to curves, allowing for an amazingly flattering fit.
For dancing the night away, LZ3156 is a great alternative to a jumpsuit. ;) This floral vintage lace sheath with and detailed overlay has the ease of a nightgown and the glamour worthy of a red carpet.
Another interesting tidbit is that Kim Zolciak took note of yet another detail from Kim Kardashian's wedding....according to celebritybrideguide.com, KZ's bridesmaids party wore ivory gowns resembling bridal attire just as KK's lovely ladies did. The gowns were custom designed by Serendipity's own, Anais Collezioni.
These photos from celebritybridalguide.com were the only ones that I could locate of the bridesmaids, but I hope to find more to see what this talented designer from the St. Pucci family created for this extravagant event.
photos courtesy of: Flynet
Let's just hope that the similarities of these two Kim's marriages end at the wedding.