There are women out there who have worn wedding dresses that have been passed down from the previous generation. This is a beautiful thing and can even signify the secret behind a long and happy marriage. Then there are women who wear dresses made of flowers.
Aside from this special look, we don’t have much faith in these flowers lasting through the “I do” part of the ceremony. And if you’re marrying someone in a flower dress, we must question your taste, to begin with.
It's great when fashion reaches new heights, creating beautiful garments with never-before-used materials. That's what fashion design is really all about. Until this happens.
While there is something impressive and even beautiful about this dress, we can't shake the fact that it's just a bunch of toilet paper rolls. The effect is cool, but could they not have used something else?
Extra Winter Wedding
It's unclear when this wedding is about to take place. It is clear that the dress was designed to suit a spring or summer event; however, the winter hand muff somehow has nothing to do with the design.
The result: a unique wedding dress you can wear in the spring, summer, or winter, bearing in mind the flowers won't make it after the first snowfall.
This woman chose to reinvent the veil by donning a horrific unicorn mask. We thought unicorns were so supposed to be magical and beautiful creatures, but this one looks like it might be in need of a trip to the vet.
It could also be a cunning way to pull the old wedding "switcheroo," with the real bride mysteriously nowhere to be seen. This is why you need a simple, see-through veil.
Now seriously. If you wanted to wear a pair of pants as your wedding gown (which you are entitled to do), then why bother with the extra piece of fabric covering them all up?
This could have worked really well, and we are big supporters of brides in pants, but there's a time in life when you just have to make up your mind.