Wedding guest slammed for wearing white silk gown to ceremony

wedding guest in white dress
The guest gave a glowing review of the dress. Photo credit: Reddit.

There are a few fairly self-explanatory rules at a wedding - stand when the bride comes down the aisle, keep speeches family-friendly... and the main one - don't outshine the bride. 

But one wedding guest seems to have forgotten that last one, after donning a floor-length, silky, white number to a friend's wedding. 

The anonymous scene-stealer posted a glowing review of the dress on online store Shien, writing the show-stopping number was the "perfect size". 

"I like it so much and I wore this to a wedding and everybody kept looking at me," she gushed in the review. 

"So sexy and simple." 

The review was promptly screenshotted and shared to popular sub-Reddit 'Wedding Shaming' this week, with a fairly unflattering pig's head emoji placed over the woman's face. 

"Of course they were looking at you love, you’re literally wearing a wedding dress to someone’s wedding!" the Reddit user captioned the post. 

Other Reddit users voiced their own shock, with one commenter writing that it was "tacky af". 

"That's a good way to piss a few people off," wrote another. 

It's not the first wedding fashion faux pas to make headlines. Earlier this year a woman arrived at her son's ceremony ins a strapless, fishtail white gown.



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