Wedding-Shaming Facebook Group Torn Over RisquĂ© Wedding Dress
The Internet is ruthless when it comes to weddings that arenâ€™t theirs and that they didnâ€™t pay for. They will attack people for their engagement ring choices, their wedding menu, and now, one wedding-shaming Facebook group is coming after a brideâ€™s dress.
Someone recently posted a picture of a newly-minted bride and groom sharing a sweet smooch on their wedding day to one of these wedding-shaming groups. (Please, don't join one of these groups.) The photo, taken from behind, shows off the back of the brideâ€™s wedding dress. "Cut seems a little low?" the poster asked the group.
The dress features a very low back. Based on the photo, it appears to slope down into a sweetheart around the butt with some illusion tulle and beading to cover up the brideâ€™s, ahem, assets. The look is further accentuated by the ruching of the fabric around the butt. The sexy dress sparked a debate about whether this wedding dress style was appropriate to walk down the aisle in.
If you know anything about Facebook wedding-shaming groups, though, you know the arguments were harsh. â€śButt crack is the new cleavage?" one commenter asked, according to the New Zealand Herald.
Another person penned, â€śI donâ€™t care how hot you are, showing the tip of your butt crack is NEVER a good look!â€ť
While others agreed, many commenters just wanted the bride to live her best life and enjoy looking good on her wedding day. â€śShe looks great!â€ť one person wrote, according to screenshots obtained by What News 2Day. â€śLet her enjoy being attractive on her wedding day!!!!!â€ť
â€śNope thatâ€™s got a panel on it to prevent crack attack,â€ť someone else said of the dressâ€™s beading. â€śSheâ€™s got the booty for it good for her.â€ť
Other commenters wished people would stop focusing on the brideâ€™s dress and more on the groomâ€™s look, which the group (naturally) also took issue with. â€śIs no one going to mention that the guy is wearing pants three feet too long for him?â€ť
â€śNope theyâ€™re too busy shaming the bride for showing skin,â€ť some responded, pointing out the real issue here.
It's unclear if the debate was ever resolved, but we know one thing is certain: Whether you personally would wear the dress is up to you, but what someone else has already chosen for their wedding day is never up for debate.