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Reese Witherspoon's Parisian Shopping Spree -- For a Wedding Dress?

01/21/2011 at 01:30 PM ET

Reese Shops in Paris
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Whether her wedding dress will be classical or avant-garde, Reese Witherspoon got down to some serious trousseau shopping in Paris. After saying ‘au revoir’ to her co-star Paul Rudd at a private dinner Thursday night at restaurant Cherche Midi, the How Do You Know star and a small group of friends hit a number of celebrated shops, visiting at least four famous fashion design houses on Friday, fueling speculation that the gown for her upcoming wedding to Jim Toth will bear a Parisian label. Dressed in a black coat, Reese stepped out smartly in the cold in Louboutin heels, on her way to her 11 a.m. appointment at Louis Vuitton’s corporate offices along the Seine. The well-known luxury conglomerate controls a dozen designer labels including Givenchy and Marc Jacobs — but Reese, who came out after an hour carrying a large brown Louis Vuitton shopping bag was giving no secrets away as she moved her bridal express across Paris. She arrived promptly for a 1 pm appointment at the classic house of Lanvin on the Faubourg du St. Honoré. Could Lanvin’s designer Alber Elbaz be her choice? Or perhaps, her 3:30 pm appointment at Chanel’s flagship Rue Cambon boutique — and the shopping bags that came out with her — suggests she’s leaning towards a creation from the legendary Karl Lagerfeld? Possibly, but then again Reese and her crew had to cross the St. Honoré at least once more, a source tells PEOPLE. And at 5:30 pm, they arrived at the brand new month-old boutique of designer Giambattista Valli. All that’s certain is that Reese will make a très belle bride, whomever she choose for her dress! –Peter Mikelbank

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Sophie on

She looks so chic, love her look.

Jen on

She always looks great! I am sure that she will pick a beautiful dress whoever she decides on.

Colene on

Reese can choose whatever designer she wants to make her wedding dress etc. The main thing is the success the couple has as a married couple.

tacky on

how about using the theme from legally blonde, she looks fabulous in pink, maybe an ivory dress with pink trim, and why isn’t she using vera wang, for goodness sake.

SusiQ on

whomever she chooses, the designer should be proud to have Reese wear their label

rae on

SusiQ – I AGREE. Reese is so classy, I can’t wait to see what she goes with. Jim Toth is a luky guy!

rae on

Correction: LUCKY..

Jillian on

She is the cutest person alive! I cant wait to see her dress

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