Note to would-be brides: Just because you can afford to buy all the fabric in the world doesn't mean you should. If only someone had thought to mention this to supermodel Melania Knauss-Trump before her January 2005 wedding to real estate mogul, onetime presidential candidate and bad hair poster child Donald Trump. The $100,000 Christian Dior gown, which Melania also modeled on the cover of Vogue, weighed 60 pounds and featured a 13-foot train and a 16-foot veil. While the 1,500 rhinestones and pearls (what, no diamonds?) hand-stitched to the dress surely contributed to the weight, the yards and yards of fabric in the elaborate skirt likely accounted for most of it.