After seeing this dress, you just know you have seen them all. Is there anyone in the room who can honestly say this doesn’t look like a dress that’s been ripped apart and then manually put back together by a kid?
Some may say it’s all got to do with fashion and that one must move together with time. However, we say enough is enough, and someone has to rethink this all over.
Toilet Paper the Bride!
Often the bride finds it difficult to use the restroom on her big day, with the maid of honor usually given the duty of assisting with bathroom duties.
But not for these brides! They can simply lose a few inches on their dress! This picture is from a bridal contest for who could craft the most creative dress out of toilet paper.
The One With the Mask
2020 left us with many memories, one of them being the facemask. This Chinese dress designer decided to turn her lemons into lemonade and designed this unique dress made from... You got it, face masks.
We hope there is some cotton or silk embroidery between the mask layers as we're not sure the bride who will wear this will find the gown particularly comfortable. One thing is for sure; she will remain safe!
Higher Than Your Wedding Day!
Well, no one wants to be down and depressed on their wedding day, that’s for sure. Is this bride unhappy about marrying someone shorter than her? Not at all, and she is making an effort to show how pleased she is to the camera.
Sometimes taller brides wear flat shoes or ask the groom to wear hidden heels, but not this one. She is proud and tall beside her loved one.
The Golden Girl
Picture this. 1985 and Dorothy is getting married. We know there are scriptwriters and producers, actors, and an audience. However, we just couldn't ignore this dress. We can handle the overall look, but we have issues with those things at the front.
Is it a cut tube? Does it have water running down to refresh the bouquet? These were the 1980s, and anything was acceptable back then. Besides, Dorothy was a Golden Girl. She could wear whatever she wanted.