We love Christian Dior. We love almost everything they come up with. After all, it IS one of the world’s biggest fashion houses. However, when it comes to wedding dresses, maybe they should refresh their ideas. They can’t be winners all the time, it seems. No one can.
We still don’t understand the purpose of the skin-colored piece of fabric on the top part. Whatever the intention was, it didn’t work. Our guess is that it was meant to be shapewear worn by the bride, which is good and well when the dress is designed to go OVER it. Even Dior needs to have things spelled out for them every once in a while.
“Why do you wear blue?" "It will bring out my blue eyes!” "But a traditional wedding dress should be white, and they will see your beautiful blue eye anyway." "I don't care; I am wearing blue." Said the bride to her mother, who insisted she wear traditional white.
And so ends the story of the young bride, who didn't listen to anyone but herself and wore a blue dress on her wedding day. What happens next? We will have to wait and see. Our guess is she lived happily ever after doing her own thing, living life to the fullest with her one true love.
Do You See Me?
Most brides want to stand out at their weddings, but it looks like this one is all about blending in. She has no reason to be the gorgeous lady in white, and she is all for supporting the troops. Maybe she has a military background; maybe she believes camouflage and matching patterned uniforms and dresses will never go out of style.
So many maybes, and only one thing for sure. We can come to terms with the choice of dress and color this bride chose, but wearing a military uniform on your big day doesn't mean you can't wear a smile, too.
The Queen Mother
Brides go with flowers, and flowers go with brides, but what happens when the designer goes a bit over the top and puts too much focus on the flowers and forgets that an actual person needs to be walking around in their dress? This is what happens. Some of the wedding gusts would think that was a little mixup with the flower arranger.
If you ignore the unflattering shoes and focus on the dress's design, you'll see that there were overall some good ideas there. However, when even Claudia Schiffer looks like she's too constricted to breathe, you know this wasn't designed for mortals.
Is There a Part Missing?
Over two decades ago, Alexander McQueen for Givenchy came up with this design for the 2000 spring-summer collection. We wish we knew what went through their heads at the time, as he must have had a little too much to drink on this specific day. Most importantly, we wonder if any bride in her right mind actually saw that dress and thought to herself, "Yes! That's the one!"
This shows what happens when the spring-summer mosquitos and other summer bugs meet the dress and help themselves. Maybe they were able to use it as a canopy when they realized nobody was ever going to wear it.