This influencer got married in a one-piece bathing suit and veil


AnneLaure Mais Moreau is a French social media influencer and owner of clothing brand Musier Paris. She has style for days. No, for weeks.

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With over 457K followers on Instagram, she sets trends. She recently got hitched to Edouard Moreau in a classic white one-piece swimsuit with a low-V neckline, with some button detailing. She wore white sunglasses and a veil with this look.

I have no doubt that more will now follow in her footsteps - the trend has been set.

First part done ???? next step in a week ? #mrmmemoreau

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But this was just part one of her wedding. 

She had another outfit prepped for a few days later. A dreamy, silk slip-like dress by Pronovias. Also accompanied with a veil. 

So gorgeous. 

And South Africa's first, and arguably biggest influencer, Bonang Matheba has worn her fair share of white. 

Here's an appreciation gallery of seven dazzling white designer dresses Bonang has worn, that could easily find their way from the red carpet right down to the aisle.

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1. Mrs South Africa 2015

This ethereal gown was part of Gert Johan Coetzee's 2015 bridal collection and it is indeed the perfect dress for a soon-to-be missus. 

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2. SA Style Awards 2015

Another Gert Johan Coetzee creation, and this time with a detachable tulle - ideal for a quick wedding reception change.

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3. #CelebrateYourMoments

This was the hashtag used by Bonang, David Tlale and Tbo Touch to celebrate their brand ambassadorship for French cognac brand, Courvoisier. And the perfect dress to celebrate a moment as big as saying "I do" is this David Tlale dress. 

Shop these DAVID by David Tlale looks for your bridesmaids at Superbalist.

4. YOU Spectacular 2016

If you love a dramatic train then this Gert Johan Coetzee couture gown should probably be on your wishlist. 

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5. L'Ormarins Queen's Plate 2016

Our queen definitely served up more glam than anyone else at the races last year. This sheer lace dress is absolutely ideal for a outdoor summer wedding complete with oil-paper umbrellas for you and your bridal crew.

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6. For the Top Billing bride

If your legs are your greatest asset and you want to show them off on your big day, take a little inspo from this flowy, embellished dress by Mozambican designer, Taibo Bacar.

Tonight. On set. Dressed by @taibobacar!!! Time to make some tv!! ???? #TopBilling ...sparkle & shine.

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7. Orapeleng Modutle Style Avenue bride

This local designer is the name behind a lot of unforgettable bridal looks and awe-inspiring red carpet appearances in South Africa.

Pictured here is one of the bridal looks from its Autumn/Winter 2017 lookbook featuring Bonang and Nandi Madida.

And it totally gives off "you ain't married to no average [woman]" vibes.

@bonang_m in #omstyle styled:@kgosilesego??:@philly_mohlala #opulence #omstyleavenuebride #wedding #globaltakeover

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"B*, let's get together for a quick meeting.. " Me: Sure.... on the way..... ??????

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