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Thursday 18 December 2014

Jessica Simpson's dream dress

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Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson and fiance Eric Johnson at Los Angeles International Airport, California, America - 4 May 2014
Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson's wedding gown is the "most beautiful dress" she's seen.

The star married Eric Johnson in California earlier this month and looked stunning in a Carolina Herrera gown.

It came with a strapless fitted bodice, a flowing train and was completely covered in crystals.

"My wedding gown is the most beautiful dress I have ever seen," Jessica gushed to the British edition of OK! magazine.

"It is like a work of art; it was designed by Mrs Carolina Herrera. It was incredible how she took my vision and created something more breathtaking than I could have imagined. The shoes were Brian Atwood."

Jessica, 34, wore her long hair down, with the front pulled back to show off her classic make-up. She accessorised with small teardrop diamond earrings.

The star's younger sister Ashlee, 29, joined the celebrations, as did pal Jessica Alba and her young children Maxwell and Ace, who she has with Eric.

Carolina opened up about designing Jessica's dress for the big day. She was inspired by the painting of Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” of Austria, by Franz Xaver Winterhalter.

“It reminds me of the way I want you to look. You told me before you wanted to be very regal. I thought this is fantastic for the whole idea,” she said to the blonde star in an interview with People magazine.

Jessica added: “I love that you’re inspired by a painting, it makes me feel special.”

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