Transparent wedding dress provokes a storm on the net: "Let her be kept in the bedroom"
The transparent wedding dress of the Rude De Seine brand has left women anxious, with many wondering who the women are who dare to wear it for their wedding
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Thursday, 19 May 2022, 00:01 Updated: 23:49
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The designer wedding dress of the Parisian brand Rude De Seine went viral on social media, with women left divided over whether it could be the perfect dress for the happiest day of their lives.
Many India will give up the pleasure because the wedding dress - beautiful as it may be - is too transparent and more suitable for the bedroom than the purpose for which it was designed - a wedding.
The "naked" wedding dress trend has gained momentum this year, when according to the Dailystar in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week, models walked the runway in fairly sheer wedding dresses.
Now it's the long lace dress "Avril" from the Rude De Seine brand that arouses anxiety in some women and is offered for sale at a cost of $ 3,850.
The dress is so transparent that it requires a petticoat, otherwise it is not certain that the guests at the wedding will withstand the excessive exposure it gives to those who wear it.
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Would you wear this dress?
Yes, she is stunning
No, she's exaggerated
The provocative dress is shared on the Instagram page @weddingsunion, where a model wears it and not a brave bride as you might think.
The image received divided comments.
"A perfect dress, but only with a beige petticoat," one reporter and another added: "The top is stunning but the exposure is too exaggerated."
Another user wrote: "More suitable for the bedroom, not the public one. If it had a bottom, it would be beautiful. Without it, it's just a tasteless stripper dress."
Another wrote: "No, no and no. She reveals everything. Made in bad taste."
Others got excited about the dress.
"This is my favorite dress of all time," one reporter and another added, "I will only get married for this dress."
Third asked: "Please do not stop marketing this dress. I only have to wait for the ring."