Weddings are a very exciting time in life. It’s a celebration of love and life, and the joining of two families. There are several traditions that are apart of a wedding and they vary by culture, but one of the most important elements of the wedding is the bride’s dress.
Every bride deserves to look and feel beautiful on their special day, and she should be able to choose whatever dress she desires. Finding the right wedding dress is an indescribable feeling and there are so many styles and options to pick from.
Some wedding dresses are extravagant and gown-like, whereas others are on the simpler side. And then there are those wedding dresses that may have a few people raising their eyebrows.
Whether they’re too short, have weird patterns, or are too revealing—the internet has a ton of wedding dresses that probably should have been rejects. Here is a list of 16 dresses that the bride should have said “no” to.
1. Villain Bride: Veils are a pretty standard tradition for brides to wear. They are usually fastened at the top of the bride’s head with a sheer lace covering her face until the kiss. This bride took it a bit too far with this veil looking more like a mask. It almost makes her look a bit scary.
2. Clashing: Switching up the traditional white gown is totally okay, but this combination of colors and patterns is just tacky. It doesn’t help that her hat has a matching pattern and giant feather sticking out of it.
3. Overkill: Every bride wants to feel like a princess on her wedding day, but there comes a point where the volume of the gown just becomes impractical. Sure this woman looks like she could have walked out of a Disney film, but it doesn’t look like it would be too easy to sit down or even get around.
4. Wrong Occasion: There are ways to show off a little bit of skin and be classy, and then there are dresses like this. The V-shaped slits on her stomach go down a little too low making the tops half of this gown look more like lingerie.
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