Bride is urged to burn awful wedding dress after sharing photos on Facebook
When it comes to weddings, people on the internet can get pretty judgmental.
Sometimes those honest opinions can be a helpful barometer in the decision making process. After all, its better that strangers on the internet say they hate your choice of wedding song than regretting it on the big day.
But that doesnt make receiving the feedback a particularly pleasant experience.
Spare a thought for this poor bride, then, whose photos of her gown led to a bunch of comments telling her to burn her dress until there was nothing left.
The woman took to a Facebook group to ask whether she should put an inlay in her dress or leave the middle section sheer.
She wrote: Is anyone selling wedding shoes size 8.5 or know of a place that sells them cheap that will look good with my dress?
Also opinions on the middle of my dress… do I put an inlay in or leave it as it is (see through)…
Rather than offering much input on alterations to the dress, members of the group rushed to tell the bride to throw the whole thing away, labelling the gown a trainwreck.
One person wrote: Burn it. Just burn it.
Another said: The only redeeming factor to me is the neckline but it looks like someone cut up six different dresses and stuck them together.
Many members explained that their comments werent personal, and that the dress simply wouldnt suit anyone who wasnt six foot tall with the body of Elle Macpherson.
I feel like Jessica Rabbit, a cartoon character, is the only one who could wear this oddly cut dress, one woman said. Like… this wouldnt even go well on Barbies figure.
Some suggested that if the bride couldnt ditch the dress entirely, they could make it a touch better by adding an inlay to make the section over the waist opaque, or by tweaking the waistline.
Others have urged the woman to question her friends honesty, as a good pal would advise her to choose a different dress the moment she put this one on.
Now, we dont think the dress is outrageously heinous, and if the bride feels comfoRead More – Source