So many questions can be asked about this picture, and unfortunately, we will not have the answer to most. We promise to do our best. Why is there a beach hat on the bride’s head? What kind of bride wants to have something shading her face like that during her big day? Is the ribbon supposed to be there? Why was this photographed?
What was the designer thinking when he put fabric to pencil? The few things we do know, however, are that this is taken from a 1980s catwalk (which explains everything) and it’s from a spring and summer collection (don’t ask).
It's Silver Polka Dots
Every color represented something. Red is passion, green is growth, and blue is...well, we are not sure what blue is. White represents purity and innocence, but let’s face it – it can get quite boring at some point. This unusual bride added exquisite silver polka dots; however, we feel she kind of missed it when it came to the veil.
Yes, both garments look cool and are probably incredibly expensive, but we feel like they were torn from different looks and mashed together without their consent. Versace may be responsible for the design, but we feel there is someone less talented behind the execution.
The Floral Arrangement
We're told that this is a human bride and not a forest nymph, as we initially thought. Who needs a bouquet when there are hundreds of flowers sewn into your dress? Oh, and in case anyone has missed it, she’s also wearing flowers on her head. This could be a great way to save a few bucks. The costs of a wedding are as high as it is.
One thing’s for sure – this bride smells wonderful. Maybe there was a misunderstanding between the bride, the wedding producer, and the dress designer, and initially, those flowers were supposed to be table arrangements.
Either the designer was feeling extra generous that day, or he got a bit confused measuring the size of the earrings. Or is that her headpiece? What other explanation do you have for what we are looking at? We're a little confused, and we know you are, too.
Is it just we, or has this bride taken it all the way with those two white things on her head? We understand that during the 1980s, fashion trends were different; however, there's different, and there is this! Could it have been the designer's love letter to Princess Leia and her space buns?
Simply the Best
Tina Turner was iconic. That fact is indisputable. Her wedding dress, however, was pretty controversial. She wore this Giorgio Armani in 2013 when she married her husband, Erwin Bach. Not feeling like conforming to the usual white, Turner opted for a grand piece in black and lime green. Both she and her hubby look extremely pleased.
Turner got away with practically anything, and she looks absolutely amazing despite the numbers she is reaching; however, wearing a Giorgio Armani doesn't guarantee awesomeness. Tina, you were stunning, and most women in the world would pay to look like you did even when they were younger.