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Lena Dunham Unveils the Bridesmaid Turtleneck

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J.Crew's creative director Jenna Lyons once said: "Damn, give me sequins!"

Which must be what Audrey Gelman, Lena Dunham's best friend and the real-life inspiration for Marnie from Girls said to Lyons. Gelman, a publicist, married Ilan Zachary, a co-founder of Genius.com in Detroit this weekend in spectacular fashion (check out her after-party bridal jumpsuit).

Her bridesmaids, however, wore turtlenecks. Mocknecks, to be specific, in what looks like beige cashmere. Paired with sequin skirts, bows, and gold shoes—either loafers or sandals—the #gomezandmorticia is a full-on J.Crew catalog.

Each bridesmaid added her own mix of star, monkey, and monogram patches. "What happens when @jcrew goddess Jenna Lyons lets a bunch of crazy bitches customize their skirts...," Dunham wrote in her Instagram caption.

It looks like the maid of honor got out of the turtleneck requirement.

A closer look at those skirts:

I'm really into the bridesmaids #gomezandmorticia

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Sequins and custom patches:

The devil is in the details #bridesmaids #gomezandmorticia

A photo posted by Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) on

Dunham is still on the J.Crew train, she just wrote on Instagram that Lyons is her Met Gala date.

coolest Met Gala date making some exec decisions

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