Jessica Biel’s Wedding Dress: Did She Go Glam, Sexy or Romantic? (GALLERY & VIDEO)

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Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake are married! So now the big question is: What did the Biel wear?

Though rumors have been circulating that the actress chose an Elie Saab dress, Biel’s eclectic red carpet choices make it hard to pinpoint her style — or favorite designer.

From edgy to sporty to ladylike to all-out glam, Biel has showcased her eclectic style in a diverse assortment of looks — both on and off the red carpet. Her choice of designers — spanning the range of Oscar de la Renta, Elie Saab, and Ralph Lauren to Giambattista Valli, Isabella Marant and Christian Dior — has been just as fickle.

While we wait for a peek at her dress, we’re taking a look back at the different styles the actress has channeled on the red carpet — and what they say about Biel’s wedding dress.

Did the actress go feminine in something similar to the frothy watercolor Oscar de la Renta confection she wore to the Valentine’s Day premiere back in 2010, or glam like the magenta one-shoulder Oscar de la Renta dress she wore to the 2009 Vanity Fair Oscar Party?

We wouldn’t blame her for choosing something sexier to show off her toned figure like the Ralph Lauren slinky gown she wore to the Costume Institute Gala in 2010.

To stand out from the other celebrity brides, she may have chosen a more daring dress, like the fashion-forward red Versace gown she wore to the Costume Institute Gala in 2009.

Then again, the romantic, very bridal-esque Elie Saab gown she wore to last year’s Golden Globes seems like the best fit for the Italian setting of JT and Jess’ nuptials.

Take a look at the bride-to-be’s many different gown styles here — which style do you think is her best?

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