We think this has to be one of the worst wedding dresses we've ever seen. And trust us, we've seen a few...
We know what you're thinking. "Come ON, Fashion Police!" you're saying, as you peek at the screen from behind your fingers, "THAT'S not a wedding dress! Seriously, it CAN'T be. It's...some kind of performance art, probably. Or one of those one-off art projects that aren't actually supposed to be worn as clothing. Surely?"
Nope, sorry: we hate to break it to you, but this is, indeed, a wedding dress: or that's what the product description calls it, anyway. "Daniel and Meg wedding dress, 1030 EUR". See? You can buy it. From a fashion website. And it has a train: what more do you want to make it a wedding dress? Other than the actual DRESS part, we mean. Because, let's face it: if the guests can instantly see what colour the bride's underwear is - and, er, how cold she might be feeling - there's a good chance you're looking at one of the worst wedding dresses ever. EVER. It's possible (although by no means certain) the groom might like it, but what will the vicar say? And the in-laws? This is one bride who probably WON'T be getting an invite to Sunday lunch with the mother-in-law, huh?
This is available to buy at Ra Shop, and if you're quick, you can currently grab it on sale for 50% off. And probably if you're slow, too, to be honest: we just can't see too many people rushing to buy this one, can you?
Still not convinced it's one of the worst wedding dresses ever?
Here are some others, for the sake of comparison:
Alexis Mabile's "modest" wedding dress
These came from a collection called "The Sensuous Bride". Quite.
All of these, however - possibly even the "dress" (and we use that word in its loosest possible sense) at the top of the page, which started us out on this search, pale into insignificance when compared to this:
We'd apologise for the low quality of this image, but when you're talking about one of the worst wedding "dresses" (and again, those inverted commas become necessary...) sometimes a little blurriness is a GOOD thing, you know what we're saying? Now, we have no idea where this... garment... came from, or if, indeed, it's even a real item, designed to be sold and worn. What we DO know, however, is that we think we'd rather wear the "naked" dress at the top of the page, than this... thing.
What about you? Which is the worst of the worst wedding dresses?