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In honor of throwback Thursday we wanted to share some lovely photos of famous celebs that have tied the knot years ago.

These lovely ladies sure knew what they were doing even back in the day. Though fashions have changed, we can still find certain elements that would still look hot even by today’s standards.

Elvis and Priscilla Presley: I have always adored Priscilla’s smokey cat eyes and volumized hair. I know some may think her eye makeup is a little much, but she can definitely pull it off!

John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy: Always elegant and classy, Jacqueline’s off the shoulder style dress was way ahead of her time. No wonder she has always been one of the top style icons of all time!

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton: Ok, so I am not 100% sure if this is from their actual wedding, but this looks like it can be the real deal! Love her toga styled one shoulder dress and flowers in her hair. Elizabeth always looked stunning no matter where she was or what she was doing.

Marilyn Monroe in “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”: Though this was not a real wedding, this is a photo from the wedding scene in Marilyn’s famous movie “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes;” not only is her skin and makeup flawless, but her lace bell sleeves look beautiful as well.

Princess Diana in her wedding to Prince Charles: This dress was conservative and perfect for a princess. However, I have to admit, puffy is really not my thing, but apparently that was the style in the early 90’s. Regardless, I have to say, her flower bouquet was gorgeous!

Audrey Hepburn: Here are photos of Audrey, both from her real life wedding to Andrea Dotti and from her movie “Funny Face.” In the above photo, I love her heavy bangs under her headscarf, for the right person, bangs would look adorable with a veil. In the bottom photo, I like how her dress is form fitting on the top and extends out like a princess dress at the bottom.

We could all learn a little something from these fashionistas. Even though these photos are old, they still look timeless. It would be nice to impress everyone, including your great grandchildren, with your wedding photos.

In Love,

The RiL Girls

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