This Sexy Dress For Any ‘Mother Of The Bride’ Is Going Viral For Being Too Extra
By Izza Sofia, 13 Mar 2019
An extravagant evening gown that surfaced on the internet is causing an uproar among social media users.
Twitter user Rave Sashayed first posted an image of an embellished black gown created by Bulgarian designer Tonena on Twitter with the caption, “The pure awe I experienced when I saw this was labeled ‘mother of the bride’ dress.”
The dramatic dress, which comes complete with ostrich feathers and retails for CAD$3,311 (US$2,478), has garnered more than 7,000 likes and multiple comments by Twitter users.
“That dress says I’m seducing my son-in-law and when my daughter confronts me I will chuckle scornfully,” one Twitter user wrote.
“This is a dress that I expect whoever is wearing it to throw a drink in my face and tell me I will never be good enough for him,” another Twitter user joked.
While others have mocked the look, some Twitter users saw a darker side to it, worrying that it could be promoting toxic behavior.
“I know it’s meant to be humorous or something, but there are mothers out there who consistently put out her daughter’s light, remember the toxicity of these women permeates down generations,” a Twitter user highlighted.
Take a look at more responses below.
the pure awe i experienced when i saw this was labeled a "mother of the bride" dress pic.twitter.com/qH19bKLbS1— Rave Sashayed (@_sashayed) March 12, 2019
"DARling, did you forGET to inVITE your MOTHER????"-- me in this extremely normal mother-of-the-bride dress, slamming into my daughter's wedding mid-Mendelssohn while a lightning storm rages outside. the guests gasp in terror pic.twitter.com/H3uuIVLSOz— Rave Sashayed (@_sashayed) March 12, 2019
that dress says im seducing my son in law and when my daughter confronts me i will chuckle scornfully— Jungkook’s Tiddies 🍼💦👅 (@chatter_radio) March 12, 2019
This is a dress that I expect whoever is wearing it to throw a drink in my face and tell me I will never be good enough for him.— Crystal Preston (@ScopicEngineer) March 12, 2019
yes, I'm the mother of the bride. yes, her father died under mysterious circumstances. yes, I will date rich, younger men.— nathan (@bedwyrssong) March 12, 2019
“Oh, this old thing? I just threw it on.” I say as I drink champagne out of a crystal glass and seduce my daughter’s new husband. “You’re so sweet.” My lipstick is blood red and will definitely end up where it shouldn’t.— Joverie (@askjoverie) March 12, 2019
I feel like there's a minimum villainy requirement to wear one of these dresses.— Carm to the Parm (@callmecarm) March 12, 2019
I approve this. pic.twitter.com/F8WjCt53Ev— April 😈😈 (@lirpalomina) March 12, 2019
The mother of the bride is actually 74, but you'd be amazed what blood of the innocents does for the pores.— Geonn Cannon (@GeonnCannon) March 12, 2019
I know it's meant to be houmours or something, but there are mothers out there who consistently put out her daughter's light, remember the toxicity of these women permeates down generations pic.twitter.com/M9VihUBV4y— aisha_V_ (@aisha_vish) March 12, 2019
[via Yahoo, opening image via Etsy]
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