When we first saw Beyoncé’s Vogue cover dress, we swooned for a good minute and then immediately headed to Google to get all the gorgeous white ruffled details. Typically the September issue of Vogue is a fall fashion dream, and this one is extra special, thanks to Queen Bey. She had unprecedented control over the cover, the photos and captions inside and the dress. Ohhh, the dress. Beyoncé chose to wear this pre-spring 2019 Gucci wedding dress. We fell hard for it. But of course, we can’t get our hands on those Gucci threads, so we’ve rounded up a few favorites that *almost* look like it.
1. Lorelai Dress from Free People ($325)
Although this Free People dress is a mini and Beyoncé’s Gucci dress is a full-on wedding gown, the embroidery detailing and puff sleeves make this one a strong contender to copy the look.
2. Trapeze Mini Shirt Dress with Broderie Trim from ASOS ($51)
Did the ruffles in the Gucci gown catch your eye? Then this mini shirt dress from ASOS might be the perfect pick for you.
3. Nobody Like You Embroidered Mini Dress from Free People ($148)
Last time we checked on this dress on Free People’s website, it said the dress was “selling fast!” We have a feeling it’s because this mini dress has that same gorgeous ruffled and embroidered look as the one on the September Vogue cover. Snag it before it’s gone!
4. Premium Cutwork Double Frill Mini Dress from ASOS ($76)
If you like statement puff sleeves with textured, cutwork fabric then this beauty is a solid choice to re-create Beyoncé’s look.
5. Venice Mini Dress from Free People ($250)
It’s all about the mock neck on this one. But the tonal embroidery, crochet trim and ruffle hem pull the whole dress together to create a nice and breezy alternative to the Gucci dress.
6. Y.A.S High Neck Lace Midi Dress from ASOS ($190)
Lace and ruffles with an asymmetric hem make this a pretty little piece for you to channel your inner Beyoncé.
Did you find any other gorgeous white dresses to copy Beyoncé’s look? We want to see what you found! Tag us on Instagram or Twitter or post a comment on our Facebook page. Now we just have to learn how to make our own flower headpieces…