Friends say Jolie will be 'slinky' bride

Last updated 05:00 25/08/2012
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WEDDING FRENZY: The upcoming nuptials of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are cause for much speculation, including what the bride will wear.

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Angelina Jolie is likely to choose a 'slinky' bridal gown, friends have claimed.

The actress is frequently referred to as one of the world's sexiest women and is said to prefer a glamorous wedding dress to a more traditional design. There has already been a huge amount of speculation over which designer will be honoured with the task of creating the gown, with Versace being a strong contender.

Other fashion houses that have drawn up sketches in a bid to win the coveted commission include Badgley Mischka, Monique Lhuillier and  Reem Acra.

"Friends think it'll be a 'slinky dress', made by Ange's favourite designer Jenny Packham, whose wedding collection is renowned for its classy styles," UK magazine Look reports.

Angelina and fiancé Brad Pitt are also believed to be opting for glamorous wedding bands to match the brunette beauty's flashy engagement ring.

Designed by Robert Procop, the flawless diamond creation is believed have cost as much as $1million and could be joined by an equally luxury design from the jeweller when the couple ties the knot this summer.

"He [Robert Procop] designed her engagement ring and is likely to come up with something quite sparkly," insiders told the British publication.

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