Going against the grain seems to be a progressively popular trend when it comes to weddings. From the venue, to the decorations, all the way down to the attire; brides-to-be are on the hunt for ways to make their nuptials feel special and unique. If the latter of the aforementioned three is of particular interest, allow the nine ladies of today's slideshow serve as your inspiration for what to wear on the big day.
Scroll down for nine women who stylishly opted out of traditional wedding gowns!
In 1969, Hepburn wed Andrea Dotti in a pale mini-dress with a kerchief tied around her head.
In a custom Emilio Pucci high-low dress custom-designed by pal Peter Dundas, Rubik said "I do" to Sasha Knezevic.
Thanks to Jagger, brides-to-be everywhere seriously consider a tuxedo blazer in place of the traditional wedding gown.
Inspired to try a blazer instead of a dress? We love this one.
Coppola's low-key (yet completely stunning) violet Azzedine Alaïa dress looked fitting set against an Italian backdrop.
At a temple in Las Vegas, Taylor wed Eddie Fisher in a green silk dress with a statement-making hood.
21-year-old Farrow married Frank Sinatra in a minimalist skirt suit in 1966.
On a flower-embellished bicycle, Knowles pedaled to her ceremony in a gorgeous ivory jumpsuit.
This Zara jumpsuit is perfect for a non-dress wedding look.
Which non-gown was your favorite? Share with us in the comments!