Ever since Renee Zellweger paired with Carolina Herrera, pockets and evening dresses have become a style staple. Amy Adams proudly wore her pockets on the Oscar red carpet last year, and on the runways, Oscar de la Renta and even Lanvin had pockets on their girls. But most American shoppers won't ever hit a red carpet - their wedding is as close as they'll get. Maybe that's why J. Crew just introduced this wedding gown with pockets at left. But do pockets belong on a bridal gown? We're not sure. We wouldn’t condone buying an $1,800 anything from J. Crew (especially when it can only be bought via catalog - seriously, who doesn’t want to try on their wedding dress?) but the idea of pockets is so intriguing: You can treat your wedding like the latest disposable fashion fad, and seem so cool and above it all. Or you can follow your mom's lead and pretend this is the only cool thing you'll ever get to do - a lie, for sure, but a fun one on the day when you get to wake up, have your hair done, have your nails done, have your shoes cost way too much on purpose, and (hopefully) have a really good party, then really good sex. Anyway, back to the pockets: Okay? Or terrible?
Ever since Renee Zellweger paired with Carolina Herrera, pockets and evening dresses have become a style staple. Amy Adams proudly wore her pockets on