This French Influencer's Completely Sheer Wedding Dress Is a Must-See


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Congratulations are in order for one of the OG French influencers Camille Charrière. She just married François Larpin in Paris, and the event was as stylish as you'd expect. The bride wore a Celine couture wedding dress for the ceremony, featuring a sheer skirt and sleeves along with shiny sequin details. She finished the look with white pointy-toe pumps and delicate snowflakes pinned to her hair. How romantic is that?

Charrière's reception look, however, seemed to steal the show, as it was completely sheer and exposed her white thong underneath. The ethereal lace number featured ultra-thin straps and a mini train, contrasting her ankle-length wedding dress from earlier in the day. Scroll down to see Camille Charrière's wedding photos. 

The Ceremony Dress


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On Camille Charrière: Celine couture dress

Based on an amalgamation of two different looks from Celine's winter 22 collection, this comprised of a blouse layered over a slip dress. Hand-embroidered in Paris, this tulle blouse took 8 skilled artisans over 300 hours to finish with stones (33,000 of them) and sequins (another 33,000 of those!) that were specially selected to give an "airy and light" feel.


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The bias cut, cowl-necked slip dress was equally detailed. 575 hours of embroidery work for 30 people, attaching the most delicate of fish scale-inspired sequins to the effect of a mermaid skirt. This featured 180k sequins and another 110k glass beads and yet it was reportedly featherlight and like a second skin.


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The Reception Dress


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