Bride-to-be urged to burn her ‘trainwreck’ wedding dress with exposed middle as it would ‘only flatter someone with Elle McPherson’s body’

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AS all brides will know, experimenting with different extravagant designs is just part and parcel of hunting down your dream wedding dress.

But while a bridal shop is the perfect place to try on gowns which push you out of your comfort zone, one bride-to-be is being told to “burn” her “trainwreck” of a wedding dress ahead of her big day.

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The woman asked her Facebook friends if she should keep the middle of the dress exposed[/caption]

Like all great fashion dilemmas, the bride-to-be posted images of her divisive dress on Facebook to ask users for their “opinions on the middle of the dress”.

Questioning whether she should cover up her midriff, the woman wrote: “Do I put an inlay in or leave it as is/see through?”

Her post was then shared on the That’s It, I’m Wedding Shaming Facebook group where users have labelled the strappy, mermaid tail gown as “universally unflattering”.

Urging the woman to chose another style, one user wrote: “That’s just a terrible dress.

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The anonymous woman asked if she should wear the dress with a lace layer covering the middle[/caption]

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One user blasted the ‘terrible design’ and said ‘it looks cheap and falls in weird places’[/caption]

“It looks cheap, it falls in weird places and it looks like there are pieces that don’t actually go together, like they’re not part of the same set.”

Insisting that it was bridal shop’s fault, another added: “Why do people force s*** like this?

“Love your body whatever shape you may come in but please… get it tailored properly!”

Meanwhile, others dramatically told the bride to “burn” this “trainwreck” of a design while she still has time.

Another said there’s ‘far too much going on’ with the design
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Another urged the bride to get the design ‘tailored properly’[/caption]

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Another described the design as ‘hideous’ and urged the woman not to wear it[/caption]

Taking aim at the mermaid tail trend, a third critic wrote: “This would only ever be flattering on someone 6 foot tall with the body of Elle McPherson.”

However, others said that even a supermodel couldn’t pull off the divisive design.

One simply stated: “I’ve literally never though these types of dresses look good on anybody. Even a Victoria’s Secret model. Just no!”


For more wedding horror stories, this “inappropriate” guest has been accused of trying to upstage the bride by wearing a bodycon dress with exposed sides.

And this bride has sparked debate after BANNING a guest from wearing a floral dress to her wedding because it’s “ivory”.

Plus this mum has been slammed after buying a “white” dress to wear to her pal’s wedding reception.

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