Dancing With The Stars Pro Emma Slater's Wedding Dress Options All Score a Perfect 10

Dancing With The Stars Pro Emma Slater's Wedding Dress Options All Score a Perfect 10

Strap on your dancing shoes! It seems that the wedding of Dancing With The Stars pros Emma Slater and Sasha Farber is closer than ever. In fact, this busy bride-to-be has even gotten around to one major big day to-do: finding her wedding dress! Slater recently made a shopping trip to Kinsley James Couture Bridal in Los Angeles, California to hunt down her dream dress, and all her picks score a perfect 10 from us!

Us Weekly was on hand when Slater headed to the drool-worthy bridal boutique and luckily filmed all the tulle, lace, and ball-gown goodness for everyone to see-everyone expect the bride's fiancé Sasha Farber, that is! “I think it would be really nice if Sasha saw me as a bride on our wedding day and not before,” Slater explained. “So I've made sure he's stayed at home. I told him, 'Don't drive past,' which I know he'll want to do.” But Slater still had a mini bridal entourage at her side to get their expert opinion on all the frocks she tried on.

“If I was to pick for you, I would say lace, not too of big a skirt and maybe a fabric like satin or a chiffon. White-white,” mused Slater's twin sister and maid of honor, Kelly. The bride herself though was less sure of what her dream dress would consist of. “I think every girl dreams about their wedding dress since they're a little girl,” Slater said. “I've got Pinterest boards full of wedding ideas. I still don't know what I want! I like enchanted, I would love sleeves.”

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So of course, Slater went right for the sleeves during her shopping trip, trying on a wedding dress featuring long lace sleeves and a plunging neckline. While that gorgeous gown wasn't quite right, Slater had a store full of other equally beautiful options to choose from. Slipping into a strapless sweetheart gown, Slater said, "I'm not naturally a strapless type of person,” but noted, “It's good to try on things that aren't you. It helps you decide what you like when you know what you don't like.” Solid advice!

So which wedding dress will this DWTS pro choose? We'll have to wait until the big day to find out. (But thankfully, it doesn't sound too far off!)