Emma's 'Glee' wedding dress: We found it!

As the big day approaches, Emma (Jayma Mays) was on the hunt for the perfect wedding gown and on last week’s Glee, and she found a stunning silk number while at the bridal boutique with Will (Matthew Morrison).

Emma wore J. Crew’s silk gazar nanami gown (jcrew.com; $2,995), and can you say perfect? The high neck in the front, the V-neck in the back, the gloves, the headband – absolutely amazing!

What did you guys think of the gown? Did any of you prefer the poofy, shoulder-padded look she sported for her dance lesson with Will instead?

Photo Credit: Fox

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  • Anna

    I love Emma…Down with Terri!

    • Right on

      Cannot even stand the sight of Terri. Anyone see “That 70s Show?” Pretty sure Will’s crazy wife also played the crazy gf of Fez. She has those insane eyes that fits with those kind of roles.

      And what a beautiful dress! Such a classic look. Love Emma, love her OCD, and love the way she talks … is it some kind of accent?

  • Holly

    I thought the gown was lovely and very my fair lady. It was appropriate for the song.

    • Melinda65

      I loved the second dress–the first one was too dated, IMO. My son thought that it was more reminiscent of Breakfast at Tiffany’s than My Fair Lady, though.

      • k*

        the first one was supposed to be dated – it was a replica of Princess Di’s gown.

      • Matt

        Yes, I agree with your son (being a big Audrey Hepburn fan) Emma’s second dress is much more “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” circa 1961. BTW, both Fantastic films! “My Fair Lady” is my all time favorite musical (and that’s a tough genre to rank : )

  • Patty

    This dress was beautiful. The back was awesome.

    • michelekamay

      I want to get married too! Emma is so lovely!

  • alex

    the dress looked great on Emma, but is so horribly photgraphed and modeled on the jcrew site that i wouldn’t have noticed it was the same dress.

    • E.A.Y.

      i completely agree — i’d never have realized they were the same. it’s not very well-fitted on the j. crew model.

    • warped

      So agree. Did they even bother to do anything with the model’s hair and makeup? It’s like they pulled someone off the street, didn’t bother to see if she was even the right size, said here throw this on, snapped a picture and then moved onto the next outfit.

    • melissa

      The dress on the website looks like it wasn’t even steamed or pressed before the photographed it. Come on Jcrew, you’re better than that!

    • KWise

      I’m so glad there are comments here about how horrible the dress looks on the JCrew site!! The dress is just hanging off the model…it looks awful! What a disservice!

  • Sara

    She looked beautiful, but it’s a little weird she was ready to spend thousands of dollars on a dress for a wedding she doesn’t actually want. Unless it was all part of her plan to seduce Will by looking hot.

    • Maddi

      Remember when they posted the yellow dresses from Halo/Walking On Sunshine? Those were for a one time gig, and they were all around $100 dollars in the meatspace! I just pretend designer clothes cost what a high-school counselor in Ohio can afford in TV Land.

    • Flyer

      Keep in mind, though, that the dress is almost $3K in the REAL world, not the Glee universe. Once they turn the $3K dress into a costume, it can become any price it needs to be for the sake of the show.

      • Jennie

        To be fair, the boutique they were in looked REALLY pricey. But school counselors aren’t exactly poor, either (although I can’t testify as to what they’d make in Lima, Ohio, either). Still, that boutique was…well, it wasn’t David’s Bridal, now was it? Gorgeous dress.

  • Sue

    That was the perfect dress for her. Gorgeous!

  • Diana

    I thought the gown was lovely and appropriate, although I was a little disturbed at how thin her arms were above those gloves. A wonderful dance number, and the look on Will’s (Matthew Morrison) face when he sees her is fantastic.

    • heidi

      I was going to say that – and you can REALLY tell how thin she is when you see a MODEL on JCrew wearing it and having it look completely different… even the small curves a model has look heavy as compared to her. She’s too thin. Love her, hope its just a natural thinness but I’m worried it isn’t because when she was on Heroes she was curvier.

  • Sharon

    Love the dress – honestly, I think the fact that the model isn’t wearing the above-elbow-length gloves is what makes it seem like a different dress – I mean, the photography isn’t great, but the gloves really just add that final, perfect touch that makes the dress.

  • Karena

    Hate to diss the dress, but I think all of the J Crew dresses look cheap wrinkled bed sheets haphazardly fashioned into a dress that has as much elegance as a slug.

    • chichi

      I couldn’t agree more. The bodice is so tight it looks as if she is wearing a sheet of aluminum foil.

      And on a side note: Will looks as if he totally let out a silent one.

      • Juniper

        Hahaha!!! I scrolled back up and yes, he does. Thank you for that!

  • Stefani

    Ooo! I loved the J Crew dress! 100% Emma.

  • Karena

    The classies bridal gown in recent years is from of all people- Donald Trump’s daughter. Fashioned after Princess Grace’s dress, she looked like the classy young lady she has grown up to be- such a contrast to that explosion of a dress her Dad’s bride wore- a 6o pound behemoth that cost 2 million dollars- How could anyone wear a dress for a few hours that could feed all the starving children in a small nation. That said everything about the woman in one day.

  • Psac

    She looked amazing. The jcrew model — awful.

  • maria66

    i also loved her hair and the ribbons they put in.

  • Dani

    Emma/Jayma is a total stunner in this gown!

  • Megan

    It’s gorgeous from the front, but AWFUL in the back! I hate the weird triangular flap! It’s kind of jarring and seems completely out of place with the rest of the gown.

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