Big debate in the r/WeddingShaming subreddit. It's actually a pretty good subreddit. Here's the premise:
The funny thing is that one of the subreddit rules is that you aren't allowed to be a dick? Uhhhh, I'm pretty sure that's the first thing you have to be when you shame somebody on the internet.
Anyways, onto the dress. As a 23-year-old male who likes laaaaaadiiieeessss, I see no issue with it. However, once I listened to the fine folks of r/WeddingShaming, I understand how the issue. This is the brides day! Not yours! Be respectful!!
This was my favorite comment. I completely agree with hoochiscrazy87. This woman was trying to make a statement. Maybe she was an ex of the groom? Or she secretly hates the bride. Something like that.
This is what happens when your subreddit has a rule of "don't be a dick." You have commenters who are too nice. You want to know the whole story? Huh? Then why are you on the internet. The full story never is given. We haven't been given a full story in a century. How do you think the media makes money?
It's fashion. Look it up.
Alright, just chill out, man.