Top Ten White Movie Dresses
Top Ten White Movie Dresses
White Costumes in a movie can mean a lot things in regards to the character. It can mean, innocence, divinity, and purity. White can be a read as few shades, from silver to iridescent.
This page focuses on the Top Ten white movie costume are for the most part are not wedding gowns. This pages also just focuses on lady costumes.
Costumes were rated by memorability and beauty. Please enjoy
List subject to change
The Child-like Empress from The Neverending Story
The costume of the Child-like Empress, played by Tami Stronach, is both innocent and ethereal. It has an Art Nouveau feel to it with the chiffon blouse that has some lovely lace detail. It's the perfect costume for a regal, magical yet innocent deity.
Costume Designed by Count Ul de Rico & Diemut Remy
Rose's Broading Suit from Titanic
The first time we see young Rose, played by Kate Winslet, she wearing a nautical inspired suit that has vertical and horizontal pinstripes. While the suit reads proper Edwardian lady, the contrasting strips and the pops of purple reveal a spirited young women. The scene is memorable and the suit is smart but the real star on the costume is the hat.
Costume designed Deborah L. Scott
Princess Leia from Star Wars; A New Hope
The dress that Princess Leia, played by Carrie Fisher, wears in the beginning of the a New Hope is an icon. It’s the epitome of simplicity however there is edge and a sophistication to it that makes it even more memorable.
Wardrobe supervisor - Ron Beck
Satine's Sari Gown from Moulin Rouge
At the Moulin Rouge, Satine, played by Nicole Kidman, performs in play that has an Indian setting and this sari inspired gown in technically her wedding gown in the play. The gown is lovely with the Indian embroidery at the bust and the hem. It has a very timeless look.
Costume designed by Catherine Martin and Angus Strathie
Christine Daae's Think of Me Gown from The Phantom of the Opera
While the gown doesn’t work within the context of the opera that is being performed in The Phantom the Opera, there is no denying the beauty of the Think of me gown. It’s so ethereal and elegant
Inspired by a painting of Empress Elizabeth of Austria the dress is large ball gown with star burst details, blue tails in the back, puff sleeve and an off the shoulder neckline.
Costume Designed by Alexandra Byrne
Elizabeth, Empress of Austria
Amidala's Parade Gown from Star Wars Episode I
At the end of Star Wars; The Phantom Menace there is a big celebration and Queen Amidala, played by Natalie Portman, wears a lovely soft gown for the occasion.
The dress it self in plain with a panel hanging off the front but what makes this costume stand-out is the soft petal detail on her cape that have an iridescent quality. The effect of the gown is fantasy sci-fi yet it very soft and elegant.
Costume design by Trisha Biggar
Scarlett's Prayer Dress from Gone with the Wind
Originally Scarlett O'Hara, played by Vivien Leigh, wore a different dress for the opening scenes of Gone with the Wind (she wore the green spring dress she wears later). But Producer David O Selznick wanted to put Scarlett is something virginal and thus the white prayer dress was design. The dress it also referred to as the white Ruffle dress.
The dress is soft and girly yet very elegant. The dress is covered in ruffles but the effect it lovely and sophisticated.
Costume Designed by Walter Plunlkett
Arwen's Angel Gown from The Lord of the Rings; The Fellowship of the Ring
The first we see Arwen, played by Liv Tyler, in Fellowship of the Ring she is wearing a very ethereal gown with flowing fabric that seem to radiate light.
It has a split over dress and split bell sleeves with narrow sleeves underneath. It has a scoop neckline and has some lace detail at the neckline The dress is very silvery which adds to it’s angelic grace.
Costume designed by Ngila Dickson.
Sarah's Ball Gown from Labyrinth
I confess Sarah's Ball Gown isn't as timeless as the other but that is part of its charm. It's big, puffy and 100% pure fantasy.
The dress silver with a mother of pearl luminance, it also has gold details. It's ethereal, innocence and beautiful. And the Ballroom scene that this gown is featured in is amazing.
Costume Designed by Ellis Flyte & Brian Froud
Danielle's Breath Gown from Ever After
The Breath Gown that Danielle, played by Drew Barrymore, wears in Ever After is a show stopper, it’s just stunning. Though it’s a a simple silhouette the silver color and the little detail make this gown special. The detail on the gown are seed beads, sequins, pearl, lace and trims. This Gown just looks magical on scene.
Costume Designed by Jane Law