5 times celebrities dazzled in brilliant white on the red carpet

5 times celebrities dazzled in brilliant white on the red carpet

The red carpet is one of the most competitive environments for fashionistas, with few getting it right at all never mind nailing it. Briefly.co.za takes a look at how some of Mzansi's biggest stars took bridal looks to the next level

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These ladies pulled off something that not every person could do, breaking fashion boundaries by wearing a color seldom seen on the red carpet- white.

From jaw-dropping dresses to killer pant suit combos, these outfits would easily be able to transition from the red carpet to a walk down the aisle.

1. Amanda du-Pont

This actress donned this gorgeous backless Anel Botha creation. This gown would be amazing for a sea-side wedding with its soft, feminine feel.

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2. Enhle Mbali

This wise bride did what few would dare to- wearing her own wedding gown down the red carpet.

In 2017 the actress caused a stir when she wore her gown to an awards show, opting to wear her divine gown a second time.

Her husband is definitely a lucky man.

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3. Pearl Thusi

Although this actress's dream of walking down the aisle was dashed when her engagement to sports broadcaster Robert Marawa ended, it hasn't stopped her from rocking bridal looks on the red carpet.

4. Bonang Matheba

Bonang had everyone fooled when she arrived at the Great White Dinner earlier this year.

Arriving in what everyone had thought was a gown, admirers soon realised that the outfit was a pants suit. Another daring piece from Gert-Johan Coetzee.

5. Zuraida Jardine

Turning heads at the 2018 Style Awards was a breeze for Jardine with this stunning backless gown from Casey Jeanne Atelier.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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