Marriage is a big step in your life. The wedding itself is one of the most important events in a human life. With all these circumstances, are you completely sure that you are ready to condemn yourself to memories of this big day that involve the bride walking down the aisle in a hot-dog suit? There are bad wedding dresses, but then there are those gowns that just make you question the bride’s decision making altogether. Scroll down below, gaze upon these marvelous pieces of clothing, and proceed to wash your eyes with soap to try to forget the sight.
#1 We know that you may be tempted to show off your best assets, but there is surely a limit to everything. It’s safe to say that a cleavage is cut way to deep when it’s barely held up together two tiny clothing patches. Hey, we’re not here to judge how much skin someone should show, we’re here just to judge the overall aesthetic of a fashion choice.
#2 There is pride in motherhood and traditional doings such as having children only after marriage are slowly dying out. In their stead remains the freedom to choose when to further your lineage. That’s not the issue here. The issue here is that someone went a bit overboard with her pride and decided to cut a hole in her wedding dress to showcase her abdomen.
#3 Have you ever dreamed of looking like a fancy tampon on your wedding day? Who hasn’t? As we stare in awe at this picture, we can’t help but hold on to the glimmer of hope that the respective woman wore it as some sort of personal statement or joke. We sure hope that it was a complete surprise for the groom.
#4 For your fantasy-themed (and slightly loony) wedding, we have the perfect gown to make you feel like the real kraken princess you are. This octopus tentacle wedding dress was exhibited on a real catwalk and, therefore, we can conclude that it must have been flaunted down the aisle by, at least, one person since. Well, at least you can count on leaving an impression.
#5 Minimalism is at the peak of the trend this year, but just how little is too little? It looks like this respective designer simply took a simple satin dress and messily tied it around the knee area. As a result, you have a perfect “I couldn’t afford a wedding dress” look and you are guaranteed a walking difficulties bonus. Let’s just hope you won’t have to dance.
#6 We should all learn from this article that underdoing and overdoing something are both bad ways. From the category of things that are just too much, we give you an extreme level of patriotism. Something tells us that the groom probably decided to marry her thinking she was a symbol of America. What can we say, some people are simply married to their country.
#7 Before Cinna designed for Katniss that iconic dress that bursts in playful blazes when she twirls, someone else was already designing something similar. In case you’re having trouble pin-pointing exactly what went wrong here, it would be best to think of this gown as the dress equivalent for those tacky custom-made cars that simply had some cheap flaming sticker stamped on it. It’s a dress from a collection titled “Baby Monster Truck,” we imagine.
#8 Was this a statement? Was this a personal representation? Maybe she simply really loves plastic and balloons? Either way, we should learn from this. Sometimes it’s best that we don’t try to clothe ourselves in our hobbies. Imagine if your favorite leisure time involved spraying trucks with graffiti and gluing fire stickers to them. What kind of dress – oh, wait.
#9 In case you want to feel on your wedding day like you are a deity of doom and damnation fallen on Earth to walk among mortals, this is the kind of effect you might want to go for. What do you mean it looks like it’s a bit too much? It’s never too much when it comes to making a dramatic entrance and having an even more dramatic presence. Bonus points are given if you walk down the aisle with Beethoven music in the background.
#10 Last but not least, what’s more horrible than a horrible wedding dress? A wedding dress that’s not even actually a dress. We have no doubts that some ladies might feel a lot more free without the confinement of a corset and a stiff dress, but doesn’t it look a bit odd when you walk down the aisle in a church wearing nothing but a bikini with some flowers tugged in?