Wedding shamers blast bride for wearing a dress she can’t ‘walk, sit or dance in’ – The Sun

A BRIDE has been slammed for wearing a gown she can't 'walk, sit or dance' in after wedding shamers ridiculed her dress online.

A picture of the 'ridiculous' wedding dress was shared on the Facebook group That's It I'm Wedding Shaming (non ban-happy edition), showing the newlywed woman striking a pose in her unusual gown.

Captioning the snap, a woman wrote: "My dream wedding dress? Something I can’t walk, sit or breathe in."

Since sharing the offending picture on Tuesday her post has received over 700 likes and dozens of comments from group members equally horrified at the unconventional frock.

One person commented: "She’s absolutely gorgeous. Where is the 2 wheeled dolly to cart her from place to place?"

A second said: "I just think she looks… uncomfortable. All I can think of when I look at the picture is how unpleasant the dress would be to wear. But to each their own."

A third person mused: "his looks like a "just for the pictures" dress. wear it just for pictures, and then change into something you can dance and eat in."

Meanwhile someone else said: "She looks gorgeous, but I don’t see her being able to move from that position!"

Meanwhile, others reckon the bride's jaw-dropping proportions are down to photo editing trickery.

Someone else stated: "Can't believe I have to say this, but by reading the comments, seems like some people need a reminder that Photoshop exists!

"And countless apps! Her shoulder / waist / hip ratio isn't real. Looks amazing on that pic but these aren't achievable shapes for most, if any, human bodies."

Inn other wedding news, bride rages after catching boyfriend’s mum trying on her wedding dress – leaving it with a broken zip and muddy stains.

Elsewhere, this bride-to-be was savaged for selling her ‘hot mess’ lace wedding gown which has massive pads over the boobs.

Plus these wedding guests were horrified when they were served crisps, croissants & fruit as a meal & people brand it a ‘toddler lunch’.

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