Kim's Shower Dress, Amal's Casual Engagement Party Look and More Wedding-Related Outfits You Must See

05/12/2014 at 06:44 PM ET

It’s May, which means wedding season is in full swing, and we bet your social calendar is pretty packed with various events right now. Same goes for celebrities. It was a busy weekend for stars and wedding-related activities in Hollywood. Now, we’re taking the time to analyze three outfits, worn by three different stars to three different bridal occasions.

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First up, Kim Kardashian‘s Paris-themed bridal shower. The reality star selected a white knee-length dress with front buttons, a beaded halter and silver pumps for her party at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills Saturday. (Click here to see inside snaps from the photo booth!) The dress reminds us of a Lanvin design, completing a string of Lanvin looks for the star (see here and here), which (hint hint!) might be a clue to her wedding dress designer.

RELATED: Check out this complete timeline of Kim and Kanye’s journey to ‘I do’!

Next, George Clooney and fiancĂ©e Amal Alamuddin celebrated their engagement in Malibu Sunday at Cafe Habana, a restaurant owned by Clooney pal Rande Gerber, who is also Cindy Crawford’s husband. The party was low key (guests played karaoke!), and so was Alamuddin’s ensemble: a neon green t-shirt featuring a bedazzled skull wearing a bow, plus a black cardigan, floral shorts and wedges. So not what we imagine a high-powered lawyer wearing to her engagement party to the most eligible bachelor in the world!

Lastly, Gwen Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale attended a friend’s wedding together in Palm Springs, Calif., in a very Gwen, very non-traditional wedding look — a black fit-and-flare mini and knee-high peep-toe boots, both L.A.M.B. And we don’t blame the singer (who welcomed her third son Apollo Bowie Flynn two months ago) for wanting to show off her impressive post-baby body.

What do you think of these three outfits? Were they suitable for each occasion? Which one is your favorite? Share your thoughts below.

–Brittany Talarico

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Marin on

I think Kim’s dress would look a lot nicer without that front pocket.

Sharon Dunbar on

I do not believe, since this is Kim ‘ s 3rd wedding, it should be sedate not this wild, big wedding. I can still remember her last big wedding. Tasteless

Erica on

Wow, Kim’s a$$ is almost as big as her head!

guest on

Gwen looks the best but Kim looks really pretty here. I can’t stand her, but she looks good.

kk on

ok, this is the first time Gwen looks completely ridiculous.
#losingheredge #notcute #looking toooldtowearthis

kk on

Gwen, no. Just NO.

Ivixen on

Kim’s dress isn’t flattering. Amal’s look is hideous. Gwen’s is okay. Nothing to aspire to here.

amy on

Hot mess..all three of them.

Guest on

Amal is not a star. She’s a lawyer who is marrying a star. Reporting on what she wears seems really ridiculous and I’m sure she could care less. I’m sure she can look great in some outfits but it’s just not interesting. Don’t bother. Just stick with the people who knock themselves out every day to put their image together — it’s part of their job. Amal is not in that club and doesn’t want to be.

Teknosbeka on

I hate all three looks. Kim- wtf is going on with that kangaroo pouch? Amal- looks like she stole that outfit from a third grader. Gwen- super tacky to wear that as a wedding guest!

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