Guest slammed for wearing white fishtail gown to friend’s wedding… then posing with the groom
Dec. 03, 2019
WEARING white to a wedding is generally frowned upon, but wearing a white fishtail gown that could actually pass for a wedding dress is a brave move.
This week, one guest was slammed after an image posted on Reddit showed her stood next to the groom in what users are calling "a straight up wedding dress".
In the image, the groom can be seen in a tux while the woman is in the middle and the bride on her left.
The bride is wearing a slinky wedding gown with train, lacy sleeves and a lacy bodice.
Meanwhile, the guest is wearing a fitted, white satin gown, with boat neckline and what looks like a fishtail hem.
And Reddit users were not happy, with one commenting: "She is straight up wearing a wedding dress.
"I wouldn’t even know who the bride was if you hadn’t labelled."
While another said: "Looks like he just got two wives with only one ceremony."
Others said they would "kick her out" while one suggested "'accidentally' spilling red wine".
Earlier in the week we told you how ANOTHER wedding guest was blasted for wearing a white lace dress and standing in the middle of the photos.
In other wedding news, we told you how one bride chooses white for her bridesmaid dresses and no-one can tell who is who.
We also revealed one bride shared a pic of her £7k custom-made engagement ring … and is immediately told it looks like E.T.
And we showed you newlyweds pose for cringey garter photo with a very confused little boy next to them but all people notice are her socks.
Bride got married in a £20 TK Maxx dress, found coffee-stained on the shop floor, but after a wash it was as good as new