A woman has come under fire from online critics after wearing a floor-length white gown (with a train!) to a family member’s wedding.
“This cruella attention seeker wore a white gown with a train — that’s right now pinned up — to my sister’s wedding,” she wrote.
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The clip garnered plenty of internet attention and sparked outrage amongst internet goers, racking up 150,000 likes and almost 3,000 comments from opinionated users.
One user chimed in, “This is why bridesmaids and groomsmen should carry around water guns with fabric dye.”
Another joked, “I would have had her blocked entry at the door.”
Others were in disbelief that the guest was not the actual bride, with one of the top comments reading, “She’s obviously the bride.”
In response to comments alleging the “attention seeking” guest was the bride, the user posted a follow up clip with actual footage of the bride.
She shared the clip saying, “Someone talk more s–t and tell me my sister wasn’t the bride.”
Opinions continued to flow in from people who couldn’t believe the situation with one person writing, “Respectfully I’ll fight the other lady for you. That being said, your sister’s stunning, there’s no comparison.”
Another added, “She couldn’t take the attention away even as hard as she tried 🤣 gorgeous bride.”
Wearing white to a wedding is a point of contention for many and one influencer tried to answer the age-old question: is it ever okay to wear white to a wedding?
Earlier this year, the influencer asked her more than one million followers what they thought, and the consensus seems to be a hard no, with 77 per cent of respondents warning against the fashion faux pas.
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Just 23 per cent felt it was okay to wear white to a wedding.
Well, there you go!
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