This is the style of wedding dress you should choose based on your star sign

Choosing a wedding dress is arguably one of the biggest decisions a woman will ever make. Do you opt for something on-trend, a classic gown that will stand the test of time, a purse-friendly high street option, or an alternative wedding dress that will ensure you stand out from the crowd? It’s a sartorial minefield.

But astrologists believe the easiest way to find the perfect dress for you is based on your star sign.

The experts at showerstoyou.co.uk have analysed the character traits associated with each star sign to reveal which dress is ideal for you according to the stars.

Aquarius

Ladies with this star sign are known for their originality and fun personality. They dislike anything boring and dull so when it comes to wedding dresses they should opt for contemporary designs. Designer Amanda Wakeley might have just the right dress for them.

Pisces

This star sign represents water, so brides with this star sign would like a dress that is light and flowy, say experts. They have artistic and gentle personalities and colours such as lilac or pastel pink should be their go-to. Hayley Page designs romantic dresses that could be your ultimate favourite designer.

Aries

Women who have Aries as their zodiac sign are known to be courageous, confident and passionate, and this is mirrored in their clothing style. However, comfort is also very important to them. Perhaps dresses screaming ‘fierce femininity’ designed by Rime Arodaky would suit them most.

Taurus

Women who are a Taurus are romantic and devoted. But when it comes to clothes, they prefer high-quality fashion and often shy away from synthetic fabrics. Justin Alexander is known for his sophisticated wedding dresses that will make ladies with this star sign say “yes” to the dress.

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Gemini


Gemini’s are known for their gentle personalities. They love to be affectionate and show their feelings, however, they can sometimes be shy and nervous in social situations, which only adds to their charm. A romantic wedding gown designed by Essense of Australia could be their number one bridal choice.

Cancer

Ladies who have Cancer as their star sign, are characterised as the ‘mother’ of all zodiac signs. They are caring, sweet hearted and have an eye for art. Morilee dresses are romantic and ethereal, and the perfect way to begin a new chapter.

Leo

These fiery women radiate passion. They are warm-hearted and they like to buy expensive things. They also tend to be the centre of attention and want to be treated like a real-life princess, so a dress by Pnina Tornai will make sure they are, if only for a day.

Virgo

Virgos love spending time outside in the wild. They love cleanliness and simplicity, too, so a dress by British designer Ronald Joyce with clean lines and simple details will be the best fit.

Libra

Libra women are social butterflies and they love the outdoors. Ellis Bridal London creates elegant, fluid dresses that are also luxurious and modern.

Scorpio

As suggested by the name and just like the animal, Scorpio women are known for their brave and outgoing personalities. They are also extremely passionate and looking for a fairy tale love. They are not afraid to take risks and stand out. House of Ollichon offers that perfect ‘dress-less’ combo.

Sagittarius

Feeling free is one of the main character traits for women with Sagittarius as their zodiac sign. They dislike being tied down and prefer out of the box clothes that are flowy and boho-inspired. So why not turn to Daughters of Simone who creates Boho and vintage inspired wedding gowns that would reflect the person wearing one?

Capricorn

Those with Capricorn as their star sign love following traditions and are disciplined and responsible. Why not opt for Australian designer Sophia Tolli who knows how to attract brides with a classic or couture familiarity.

Now you know which dress best suits your zodiac sign, read the ten things every bride needs to know before buying her wedding dress.

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