MILEY CYRUS is considering multiple wardrobe changes when she marries fiance LIAM HEMSWORTH because she has been inundated with wedding dress ideas from designers all over the world.
The 19 year old became engaged to The Hunger Games hunk last year (12) and the singer/actress has been checking out various collections during New York Fashion Week to help her narrow down her choices.
Cyrus and her mom Tish were front row for the Marchesa presentation on Monday (11Feb13), and the engaged star admits the celebrity favorite is high on her list of wedding dress designers.
She tells People.com, "(Marchesa) is definitely one of our options. (They're) amazing."
However, it seems Cyrus is keen to have several looks for her special day after a slew of top names offered their services to the lucky bride-to-be: "I have so many options of different people who want to be involved in it. I'll probably have 30 (dresses)!"
If the young star does settle on a design by Marchesa, she won't be the only bride to wear their fashions - Blake Lively and Nicole Richie also chose the label created by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's wife Georgina Chapman and her pal Keren Craig.
Cyrus may also be interested to learn that designer Marina Toybina, who created looks for the singer to wear on her last tour, is also interested in coming up with something for the big day.
She tells WENN, "I'd love the opportunity. I have created wedding outfits for friends. It's such a privilege and honor to design something for such a special day."
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