Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Wedding: A Few Possible Dress Picks

PHOTO: Kim Kardashian attends the "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2014 in New York City.
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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are getting married Saturday -- and she has her pick of designer gowns. The real question is, which will she choose?

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ABC News checked in with "Say Yes to the Dress" star Randy Fenoli, former fashion director of Kleinfeld bridal in New York City, to see what his picks for the reality TV star would be. From Valentino, to Monique Lhuillier to Marchesa, he selected a number of looks that would be perfect for Kardashian's big day.

PHOTO: A model walks the runway during the Valentino Spring/Summer 2013 Haute-Couture show
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Valentino

With garment bags bearing Valentino's name arriving at Kardashian's hotel, some have wondered if that that means that the designer has made a dress for her. If he did, Fenoli thinks it might resemble this one. "It's couture, which Kim loves and it has a lacy design that makes it bridal and great for a garden ceremony. And just in case Kim doesn't want to wear pure white this gown is ombre which is very fashionable in bridal now," he said. "It's slightly demure, which she may want, now that she's a mother, yet it still has a sexy quality about it. And if thats not enough, Valentino is Italian, which would make it perfect choice for a wedding in Italy!"

PHOTO: A model wears a wedding dress designed by Mark Zunino.
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Mark Zunino

While it has been confirmed that West and Kardashian will exchange vows at the Forte di Belvedere in Florence, it's unclear where on the property the wedding will take place. However, it boasts panoramic views of Florence, so it's possible that they'll at least snap a few photos outside. "This Mark Zunino gown has an winding floral embroidered pattern that would look lovely if she decides to step outside in a beautiful outdoor ceremony," he said. "It's also sexy yet sophisticate: perfect for showing off Kim's curvaceous body."

PHOTO: A model walks the runway during the Monique Lhuillier Spring 2015 Bridal collection show
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Monique Lhuillier

"This Monique Lhuillier gown has a full skirt with a high-low hemline, and swirling silk roses on the skirt, which would look lovely in a formal garden ceremony," Fenoli noted. "Since it's her third wedding, she may wear a color, and it would also cover her 'something blue' requirement."

PHOTO: A model walks the runway at the Ines Di Santo Fall 2014 Bridal collection show
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Ines Di Santos

"This Ines Di Santos gown would definitely highlight Kim's curves and give her that couture look she's been wearing lately," he said. "The crystal straps around the neck would draw attention to her gorgeous face and the floral detail would be perfect for a formal Tuscan wedding."

PHOTO: A model walks the runway during the Marchesa Spring 2015 Bridal collection show
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Marchesa

"This gown by Marchesa is very similar to the one Kim donned on the cover of Vogue recently," Fenoli said. "It's structured and has a grand ball gown skirt that would make a grand entrance perfect for Belvedere Fort. It has such clean lines and with the draped neckline, would truly show off, and not take away from, her own beauty."

PHOTO: A model wears a Pnina Tornai wedding dress.
Pnina Tornai
Pnina Tornai

"This is just the ticket if Kim wants to be sexy, and the delicate tulle ruffles are a bit flirty," Fenoli gushed. "It's also encrusted with Swarovski crystals, that would catch the evening lights of an indoor ceremony, or sparkle like crazy in the sun! Either way Kim is sure to shine in this gown."

PHOTO: A model walks the runway at the Oscar De La Renta Spring 2015 Bridal collection show
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Oscar De La Renta

"Kim has been wearing more high end couture gowns lately," Fenoli observed. "Now that she's a mother, she may opt for a more demure style like this soft, luxurious, Oscar De La Renta."

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