We love Christian Dior. We love almost every they come up with. However, when it comes to wedding dresses, maybe they should refresh their ideas.
We still don’t understand the purpose of the skin-colored piece of fabric on the top part. Was the dress meant to look as if it was falling off of her? Whatever the intention was, it didn’t work.
Is There a Part Missing?
Almost 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. Who is this meant for and wear would she wear it to, because no bride we know would consider marrying in this.
This shows what happens when the spring-summer mosquitos and other seasonal bugs meet the dress and help themselves.
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? This is what happens.
If you clean the colored splashes and focus on the dress's design, it's overall a good execution. However, even Claudia Schiffer couldn't make this look any better.
Do You See Me?
Most brides want to stand out at their weddings, but it looks like this one is all about blending in. 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.
"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."
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.