According to age-old tradition, a wedding has to have something old, something blue (for some reason), something borrowed, and something new. We don’t know the origin of this custom, but it’s definitely a famous one. This bride took the old part a bit too far, and we could swear for a moment that she looked as if she was pulled out of a history book.
Is it just us, or does it look like she took her mother’s dress and altered it so it suits the 21st century better? Or maybe this is the result of her latest arts and crafts session?
We're not exactly sure what "flavor" of wedding would best suit this dress, but something tells us it belongs to a community somewhere far off the grid. We find it hard to believe that this would be the first choice for any bride.
Between that full-faced head covering and the table-like shape that is probably housing some sort of sacrificial platform (not to mention that embroidery,) this is not a wedding you want to be a part of. However, you do have to admit the work on this dress must have taken ages. This type of construction requires some mad skills.
All Corners of the Globe
Getting married is a momentous occasion that symbolizes the start of a new journey with your life partner; a long, long journey, one for enternity. In fact, if you were to measure your time together, it would be as long as this dress.
That's probably what this bride had in mind when picking out her dress. In order to truly show the lengths of her love for her new groom, she got a train to match. Or was that her veil? Either way, she's going to have a hard time not tripping over it as she walks down the aisle.
It Must Be…Magic!
So this bride seems to be, um...levitating because there’s no way that she can easily walk down the runway with her knees bound so tightly together! We’re not sure which designer thought this dress was a good idea, but it kind of looks like there’s another person hiding underneath that dress. If you’ve ever seen Muppets From Space or Austin Powers in Goldmember, you’ll immediately wonder if there’s a dwarf under there somewhere.
But hey, the top half looks rather elegant. Points for trying? Maybe she should have had her photo taken from the waist up, letting the viewers only imagine what the bottom part looked like.
She has a crown, a scepter, and a heavy, bejeweled back piece. She is ready for the carnival. Everyone has been waiting all year for Rio de Janeiro's prime time, where anything goes and all are welcome. If you do have a golden snake adorning your head and making you look completely out of proportion.
She is ready to hit the streets and samba all night long. Oh, wait, wedding. That’s what she’s ready for. We can only hope that this outfit is not as heavy as it looks so she can dance, if not samba, then at least an Austrian waltz.