Most of us can recall having been forced to wear an ugly bridesmaid's dress; but when the bride chooses a questionable dress for her own big day, we can't help but wonder what was she thinking? Wouldn’t any bride want to look delicate and romantic on her wedding day? I guess not. Sadly, here is a list of 10 ugly wedding dresses that are certainly memorable but not for the right reasons. When you’re choosing your wedding gown, pay attention to avoid looking vulgar and tasteless.
The topless gown
Some brides take it to the extreme to get attention. All eyes are already on the blushing bride, is it necessary to make sure the guests are blushing, too? This wedding dress style is delicate and feminine. What makes it so awful is the cleavage accessory that barely covers her nipples.
Too much skin
Confidence is important for a woman on her wedding day, and it's okay to show a little skin but there is such a thing as too much. We're glad this bride was feeling confident but a friend or family member could have explained the difference between a wedding gown and wedding night negligee.
Pregnant belly dress
Now we're starting to see a pattern: confident brides and cruel family members. Yes, it is adorable that the bride is pregnant on her wedding day but the cut-out belly dress is really not okay. She seems pretty ticked in this photo, so maybe someone had clued her in just a little too late.
We get it, she loves orange and she loves flowers. However, why do both have to be on her dress and, most importantly, why are the budding flowers on her chest? Also, the groom color coordinated with her dress? Let's not even get started on that foot-high crown. Not for a bride!
We understand you're becoming his real-life wifey, it is exciting; but why display it on your backside for everyone to see? Let's not forget to mention the color-coordinated outfits and matching wedding party attire. Are those silver-plated earrings with her name in the middle?
Pink stripper dress
It's perfectly fine not to wear a traditional white dress, but a pink one with tulle and cut-out sides? This outfit seems more fitting for a strip club than that special day. Combine that with her triangle pink crown and hearts in the front of her dress, and you have yourself a fashion faux pas times 10.
Too much cleavage
It's understandable that on her special day, the bride wants to have all the attention and rightfully so, but remember that your friends and family who are attending will most often not appreciate a boob overshare on such a special day. We bet most guests made sure to take pictures of the bride from the neck up.
Talk about unique. Wouldn't you be worried about popping a few balloons while moving around during the reception? Also, why is there a colorful set of balloons behind her head and shoulders, much like that of a queen's crown? We’re scared to see what her bridesmaids wore.
Too sexy dress
This bride certainly didn't leave much to the imagination. This wedding dress seems more fitting for what usually takes place on the wedding night. At least she's sporting boy shorts and not brief cut or else her guests would have been given more of a peep show rather than a wedding ceremony.
Rainbow bright dress
Uniqueness is highly sought after by brides on their big day, but this is just a disaster. To make matters worse, the groom dug up his rainbow bowler’s shirt to match the bride. It can be quite adorable when the bride and groom match or share a common theme, but the amount of colors we are exposed to is just overkill. Hopefully, they provided sunglasses as a gift in order to cut the glare.