Weird Wedding Dresses Part 2 (Guest Post)

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Amy Paglia writes…

With the summer fast approaching, wedding season has begun, and with it are wedding fashion disasters. We have all seen notoriously ugly bridesmaid dresses, but now it seems even the brides aren’t safe from crimes of fashion.

It’s hard to even know where to start on this dress, from its semi-sheer midriff to its rows upon rows of tulle, lace, and ribbon. But I think what put it over the edge was the giant bows and flowers sewn into random places on the skirt. (I can only assume that they were designed to detract attention from the inevitable look of embarrassment the bride would be sporting when she put this dress on).

And for only $9,999 from www.juliusbridal.com you too can make your wedding a day you’d love to forget.

Amy Paglia is 23 years old and lives in New York. She recently graduated college with a BA and is going on to photography school in the fall.

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5 Comments

  • June 24, 2008

    Danielle

    I love the last line, Amy. Nice guest blog!

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  • June 24, 2008

    bookmole

    I like this from the waist up – no transparency please! – but the bottom half is horrendous!

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  • July 22, 2008

    Jane

    It is a copy of a Pnina Tornai dress. The original version is being sold in Kleinfeld for a ridiculous price also. I think Julius Bridal was just making a satire on their website.
    http://www.pninatornai.co.il/img/b2008/22.jpg
    More dresses from the Pnina Tornai:
    http://www.kleinfeldbridal.com/index.cfm?pid=51&changed=1&title=weddinggown

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  • September 16, 2008

    Alice

    The designer version is almost exactly the same. It’s not my cup of tea, however many brides love crazy dresses like this. Julius Bridal’s website also has many beautiful gowns that are priced well under its designer counterparts. I think every designer is guilty of a less than perfect dress.

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  • February 14, 2009

    Maui Wedding

    Its a nice blog.
    Thanks.

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