700 Women Are Waiting For This Wedding Dress, So We Found Some Alternatives

Every bride-to-be knows that Pinterest is the perfect place to find some wedding inspo.

If you're planning to tie the knot soon (or have a hidden wedding Pinterest board just in case, you know, some modern-day Prince Charming suddenly sweeps you off your feet and puts a ring on it), there's a good chance you have a wedding board pinned with all sorts of gorgeous gowns.

Because let's be real, if you're going to be the center of attention for the day, your outfit better be on point.

While there are all sorts of wedding dresses floating around Pinterest, there seems to be one particular dress that's really making brides fall head over heels these days.

Behold, the "Hollie" dress.

Yep, ladies are going insane over this design from the Australian label Grace Love's Lace and so far, this beautiful bohemian gown has been pinned over 2.5 million times.

It's not hard to see why this dreamy dress has become the most pinned wedding gown of all time.

The stunning spaghetti-strapped number features an appliquéd french lace bodice along with a sheer, flowing chiffon and lace skirt that's perfect for every boho bride's big day.

Grace Love Lace's founder Megan Ziems designed and named the Hollie dress after her sister.

It didn't take long for this dress to surge in popularity, and after British actress Millie Mackintosh wore the Hollie dress during her wedding reception at Babington House, brides have basically been going bat shit crazy over the dress.

Due to its insanely high demand, Grace Loves Lace has unfortunately sold out of this dazzling dress.

It's the hottest commodity in wedding planning.

But don't worry, it turns out the brand has created a revamped version of the dress, dubbed Hollie 2.0.

In reference to the new gown, the Grace Loves Lace website says,

Hollie 2.0 features some distinct design additions and changes, namely the free-flowing silk chiffon sheaths attached at the shoulders and the graduated centre-front split in the lace layer of the skirt.

There's a rumor floating around that more than 700 brides already have the Hollie 2.0 on back order.

So, if you can't seem to snag this style, we set out to find some alternative boho dresses that look just as breathtaking.

Here are seven gorgeous gown alternatives that will complete your boho-themed nuptials:

Maggie Sottero's "Griffyn" Two-Piece Gown

Claire Pettibone's "Whitney"

Willow By Watters' "Penelope"

Wear Your Love's "Dharma"

Hayley Paige's "Teresa"

Berta's "STYLE 16-115"

Rue De Seine's "Zara"