Will Angelina Jolie Wear a Red Wedding Dress?

Celebrity Style Apr. 20, 2012 AT 11:26AM
Angelina Jolie arrives at the Academy Awards on February 26, 2012. Angelina Jolie arrives at the Academy Awards on February 26, 2012. Credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage.com

After seven years together and six children, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie shocked the world when they announced that they're finally tying the knot last week.

And while the 36-year-old actress is sporting a traditional diamond engagement ring (designed by Pitt), it's unlikely that she'll wear a conventional white gown when she walks down the aisle.

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For her first wedding to Jonny Lee Miller in 1996, she chose a pair of rubber pants and a T-shirt with Jonny's name reportedly written across her back in blood. When she wed Billy Bob Thornton in 2000, Jolie went casual again, wearing a tank top and jeans.

But the actress has come a long way from her wild child past and now favors high-fashion looks by Versace, Giorgio Armani and Elie Saab.

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Perhaps she'll don a red bridal gown, since the bold hue is the biggest -- and most surprising -- trend for spring 2013, with Vera Wang showing an entire collection of looks ranging from scarlet to deep burgundy.

Credit: Courtesy Vera Wang

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Or Jolie could stick with her signature color and opt for a dramatic black creation by the famed designer, who created a stir when she debuted nine Goth-inspired bridal looks last year.

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The "Unveiled: Bridal Style Revealed" fashion show featuring the Vera Wang 2012 bridal collection on April 1, 2012 in Beverly Hills.
Credit: JB Lacroix/WireImage

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