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10 Unique winter wedding dresses inspired by Frozen

Admit it: You love Disney’s Frozen. When no one is watching, you sometimes whip your hair around while belting out “Let It Go” into a hairbrush. You’re 28. So what? It’s a great movie and Queen Elsa is the all-time best Disney heroine (sorry, Anna, you’re still adorable). We know the Snow Queen hasn’t found a kick-ass man worthy of marrying yet, but we found 10 wedding gowns she would totally convince her little sister to wear while exchanging vows with Kristoff … unless she decides to wear them herself while hanging around the castle.

1. Alfred Angelo’s ‘Elsa’ Gown

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You might say this is the gown that started it all. With its whimsical half-cape, Alfred Angelo’s ice-blue Elsa gown is perfection. It doesn’t hurt that a gazillion gorgeous crystal beads are sewn onto the bodice in such a way that it looks like snow is actually cascading down the front of the dress.

2. Michael Cinco

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Elsa is all about a great train that looks spectacular as she glides up and down a staircase and this voluminous Michael Cinco gown certainly delivers. But it also features a form-fitting dress and snowflake pattern that fit her style.

3. Jean-Ralph Thurin

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This dress is all about the surprising reveal: a scattering of stunning crystals that peep out from under an elegant, silky column gown.

4. Oscar de la Renta

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This is one we picture Elsa wearing if she was suddenly feeling more romantic than usual. The unusual blue train and underlay add just the right amount of drama, while the white lace overlay is sweet without being saccharine (which is so Snow White).

5. Carolina Herrera

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When you have the power to turn summer into winter, it makes sense to wear a wedding gown that looks as if it were created from ice. Just imagine the level of sparkle you’ll bring to the room when you wear this gown, which looks as if it were made for winter.

6. Monique Lhuillier

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A little bit of tulle, lots of sparkle and a sliver of a lace cape — this silvery-white gown is perfect for a Snow Queen who doesn’t want to compromise.

7. Naeem Khan

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Holy cape-ness. Who cares what the front of this glittery gown looks like (it’s gorgeous, by the way) when you can strut down the aisle wearing this ostrich-feather cape in place of a veil? I can picture Elsa telling Anna she’ll banish her from the kingdom if she refuses to wear this piece of art.

8. Naeem Khan

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This dress is appropriately named the “Aspen,” which is perfect because, with its high collar and long sleeves, it belongs on a bride who will marry at a ski lodge. Or just one who knows December is the perfect time to throw the biggest party of your life.

9. Maggie Sottero

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With oodles of Swarovski crystals, beads and a satin sheath dress with tulle overlay, this vintage-looking gown is a drama queen’s dream.

10. Maggie Sottero

Sottero Kinkaid bridal gown

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Save the frills — a perfect Frozen wedding gown is all about high drama and kick-ass strong cuts and shape. This beauty features a Mandarin collar with Swarovski crystals and is pure as the driven snow.

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