This Brazilian Model Just Got Hitched in Summer’s Most Unique Dress
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This Brazilian Model Just Got Hitched in Summer’s Most Unique Dress

Another summer day, another gorgeous wedding! Just this week, Ciara blew us away with her custom Roberto Cavalli gown as she said ‘I do’ to Russell Wilson. Now we have another glowing bride and stunning frock to swoon over. As we wait with baited breath to see what kind of crazy dress Miley Cyrus picks for her obviously impending nuptials, Brazilian model Ana Beatriz Barros has stolen the show with THE most unique dress of the summer.

Tying the knot in Mykonos, Greece with Egyptian-Greek businessman Karim El Chiaty, the Brazilian beauty wowed in a flowing off-the-shoulder lace Valentino dress. Custom-made by the fashion house’s creative directors, the gown features various patterns and textures of white lace and appears to be completely sheer until, upon closer inspection, you notice the nude underlining. She accessorized the look with a super long statement veil, a pearl choker and matching earrings.

Vogue Brasil‘s Matheus Mazzafera was one of the lucky guests and posted countless images of the big day on Instagram. The ceremony featured plenty of sweet and special moments, including Alessandra Ambrosio’s daughter Anja making her “catwalk” debut. She totally stole the show walking down the aisle in her adorable flower girl outfit!

As for the rest of the wedding party, Ana’s crew of bridesmaids was basically Supermodel Central, including none other than the bride’s model BFF Alessandra Ambrosio. Each of the stunning ladies wore a floor-length gown in various shades of blush and they all looked absolutely glowing. Every single one of Ana and Karim’s guests also brought their style A-game!

But of course no one could outshine the bride, who looked beyond flawless from the moment she entered the ceremony until the sun set and well into the after party.

Congrats, Ana and Karim!

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(h/t PEOPLE; Featured image via Neilson Barnard/Getty)