Celebrity Wedding Fashion: Jessica Simpson's Wedding Gown

Picking the perfect dress for Jessica Simpson’s wedding to Eric Johnson.

Jessica Simpson recently got engaged to Eric Johnson, former NFL football player. We are hearing reports that the couple are planning a Christmas wedding.

Simpson’s 2002 white wedding to Nick Lachey was an extravagant event with 350 guests, a five tier cake and a custom princess gown made by preeminent designer Vera Wang.
Simpson mentioned for her second marriage to Johnson, she would like a simple affair. Keep in mind it’s ‘Jessica Simpson’ simple.

While she decides on a venue and contemplates the flowers we have decided to take matters in our own hands and pick out a few gowns we think would be perfect for her to wear.

A vintage engagement ring, then why not a vintage lace gown? It maybe just the right sentimental touch for a new beginning.

Vineyard Collection, designed by Mark Brower, Jacqueline column gown is a timeless classic with silk satin obi bow accent at the empire waist.
This dress: Vineyard: Jacqueline

Jessica’s known for ‘rockin’ great curves and Amsale’s Liv gown is sure to show them off as it skims over her bodacious hourglass shape with a modern elegance.
This dress: Amsale: Liv

Being Jessica’s second marriage, for a change, we thought she should opt for one of this season’s new beautiful pastel shades.

Carolina Herrera’s Leonor gown, in a pale grey silk moiré has a halter neckline and tiered skirt…perfect for a new year wedding.

This dress: Carolina Herrera: Leonor

Show off those great legs on your wedding day Jessica, with Ines Di Santo’s stylish Aurora gown in silk chiffon.

The side-front slit with a lace mini skirt underneath modestly reveals a great pair of gams.

This Dress: Ines Di Santo: Aurora

“Bling it on Southern Belle”, in this Pnina Tornai gown. Jessica’s known for her love of sparkle and that’s not a surprise when you’re a Texan. This jewelled spaghetti strapped sequined sheath, will have her simply dazzling on her big day.
This Dress by Pnina Tornai