Feathers add pomp, air, and fun to any outfit; there is no denying that. They go well with many different styles and just add a little pizzazz to what you’re wearing. They go with absolutely anything, including pants, underwear, pajamas, and, of course, evening gowns. They even go with your bridal gown, no matter how outrageous it is.
Normally very tastefully done, this designer went a little overboard. To us, it seems that this bride is having a lot of trouble walking with this dress on. Did the designer take into consideration that, at one point, the bride would want to dance?
It’s a Bird; It’s a Plane…Is it Spaghetti?
Anything goes these days. There are no rules, no one can say what they think, any color goes with any, and you can put any topping you wish on your pizza. If you want to wear a red wedding dress, you can, if you prefer to wear pants and leave the dress at home, that's also OK, and if you feel that a bowl of spaghetti on your head will make your day perfect, then go for it.
We choose to ignore the unexplainable masks at the bottom of the dress as we have not fully understood the top part. Designer Michael Lau, can you explain, please?
What Did One Autumn Leaf Say to Another? I’m Falling for You!
Next on our list is a pumpkin-loving bride and groom. We’re willing to bet that they both share a love for the color orange. With a classic wedding dress and an extra large pumpkin headpiece, ironically, this isn’t even what we’re most concerned about. What’s most concerning is the groom and the fact that he can't see who he is actually marrying.
With that shocking orange pumpkin on their heads, it could be anyone. Note: this will not work with any other fruits or vegetables. Trust us, we tried this with lemons, potatoes, tomatoes, and oranges. Nothing had the same impact.
Who Cares About the Dress When You Can Go Undressed?!
In all cultures, it is expected that brides look their best on their wedding day. Brides are expected to be modest and ladylike without showing too much flesh. But this bride certainly is not going by the book – in fact, she’s thrown it right out the window! To this bride, it seems that she’s more interested in showing her body art than covering it up.
Maybe she believes in “what you see is what you get”? Anyway, whilst the dress is uh…minimalist and certainly not as gaudy as others, perhaps it is better suited to a nightclub than for participating in the sacrament of holy matrimony.
Being a fairy princess is every girl’s dream. Since early toddler years, most girls picture themselves on their wedding day adorned with glitter and sparks. Glitter and sparks AROUND the wedding dress, not part of the wedding dress. Usually, that dream fades away as they grow older, but not this one.
If there is one day in her life when she can become a fairy tale princess (or something of that sort), it's going to be her wedding day. Now, it's not only the dress that is lighting up the room. With a smile like hers, there is no way of missing the bride. Ant anyway, sometimes a bride needs a dress to match.