A bride is being shamed by her loved ones for wearing a secondhand dress.
She posted in “Wedding Shaming” in hopes that others would listen to her “rant.” She bought her dream dress for $300. It was worn once and exactly what she wanted. When people saw it, they loved the dress.
But she couldn’t help but notice that after she told them that she bought it used, their tunes changed. At first, she thought she was reading into things. But then it got back to her that they were talking about her behind her back.
“How tacky of me. How could I not want the experience of going from shop to shop with mum and sisters looking? How could I possibly cheap out on the dress, when this is the biggest day of my life?” she explained was the popular sentiment.
What ticked her off is that they told her she looked “amazing,” only to later rescind the opinion upon discovering the wedding dress was thrifted.
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“I say SCREW THOSE PEOPLE,” she wrote. “I look forward to selling my dress onto the next bride!”
Redditors supported the bride’s decision to pick the dress she wanted.
“It’s your dress, for your wedding, your choice,” a user commented.
“My dress was $45 off of Amazon and it looked beautiful,” another said.
“I HATED wedding dress shopping! Good for you for finding something you loved for such a great price,” a Reddit responded.
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