I spotted a wardrobe malfunction arriving at my wedding venue, I had to strip in the street, a Walmart bag saved the day | The Sun

A BRIDE has revealed that she spotted a wardrobe malfunction when she arrived at her venue.

She had to strip in the street, and a Walmart bag helped save the wedding day.

TikToker Erin O'Higgins (@erinohiggins) created a video about the snafu.

"POV: The bride realizes she’s wearing black undies en route to the ceremony," she captioned the post.

"A classic wardrobe malfunction," she added.

The video shows Erin removing her underwear in the middle of the street.

One of her bridesmaids holds up her dress to help her remove the garment.

"Quick underwear change," said the person who was filming.

Erin successfully removed the knickers and the bridesmaids said, "Perfect. Ready to go?"

"Let me just stick these in my Walmart bag," Erin said.

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A round of giggles from the other women erupted in the background.

One of the most popular responses to the video was from someone who criticized the bride.

"Who doesn’t plan the underwear they are going to wear under their wedding dress?" the social media user said.

A second person wrote that they could relate to Erin.

"Been there. I got dressed and my mom said honey do you have on green underwear. I was like omg!! they were lime green," she shared.

A third person said they also made a mistake while getting dressed.

"That was me on my wedding day but we were running so d**n late that I didn't get a change. My husband laughed at me," she said.

Erin might not have been concerned about what was under her dress, but bridal lingerie is a huge market.

It's anticipated to increase from $88 billion in 2023 to $132 billion by 2028, per Modor Intelligence.

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