Woman slammed for asking people's advice on 'cute dress' for wedding – which makes her look JUST like the bride
WEARING white on someone else's wedding day is one fashion rule never to be broken – let alone wearing a floor-length lace gown.
Yet, one daring guest didn't seem to mind pushing the style boundaries when she asked people's advice on a "cute dress" for an upcoming nuptials – which looks like the bride's.
The woman in question had Reddit users up in arms after she shared a post of a model posing in all white floor-length lace gown called the "To Have And To Hold" by Southern Fried Chics boutique.
Writing alongside the photo, she penned, "someone buy me this so I can be a cute wedding date and make your family happy for you"(sic).
The shocking post had many outraged over her potential wedding guest's attire, especially since the dress she shared was named after the ceremonial vows.
One person penned on the thread on Reddit's 'Wedding Shaming' forum: "That title is 100% for a wedding dress!
"What the heck is this person thinking, talking about someone buying it so she can go as a date?
"That would be tacky even if it were blue, but this dress is literally named after wedding vows."
"It's literally called to have and to hold dress," another shared. "Legitimately being sold as a wedding dress."
A third wrote: "I straight up thought this WAS a wedding dress. I think this would be crazy inappropriate to wear for anyone but the bride".
I straight up thought this WAS a wedding dress. I think this would be crazy inappropriate to wear for anyone but the bride
While another user shared a similar story about how a guest showed up to their sister's wedding in a very similar dress to the bride's.
They wrote: "This is almost identical to the dress my cousin wore to my sister’s wedding last year and HOOboy did the guests privately have a LOT to say about it.
"Definitely not apropos LOL"(sic).
In other wedding news, couple plan to marry and have kids with woman they met on Instagram – and they all sleep together in a king sized bed.
And couple who feared coronavirus would cancel their wedding rearranged their plans in 24 hours to marry at St Pancras.
Plus this couple cut into a tower of bananas for a wedding cake which people have compared to something rude instead.
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