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Man Trolled For Telling Pregnant Fiancé Not To Wear Tight Wedding Dress, Because It's 'Tacky'

Most brides look breathtaking whatever their dress choice (except the few like these, who get it wrong). But sometimes, life throws curveballs at you, and you have to roll with the punches. Some brides aren't always able to wear their dream dress for various reasons, especially in the current COVID climate, where no one knows what the hell is going on. Planning a wedding nowadays is difficult for everyone, and one couple decided they didn't want to wait until they could have their dream wedding and wanted to start trying for a baby first instead. They got pregnant straight away and immediately started planning their wedding, which would occur when the bride was 30 weeks pregnant. No biggie, because, as most open-minded people would agree, a pregnant bride is a glowing bride, and a glowing bride is a happy bride.  But not according to this woman's fiance, who posted on Reddit's Am I The Ahole, claiming that he thinks her choice of tight-fitting wedding dress is trashy, and "flaunting her pregnancy while we're getting married would be a bad look". Shockingly, she didn't take well to her fiance essentially shaming her for being pregnant at their wedding—a process in which he was clearly a willing participant. Redditers jumped to her defense, calling him out to be the massive ahole that he is.



man trolled for telling pregnant fiancé that her tight fitting wedding dress is tacky | thumbnail text - Posted by u/PriorDragonfruit8147 3 months ago 2 AITA for telling my fiancé that it would be tacky for her to wear a wedding dress emphasizing her baby bump? Asshole ***Context:*** We were originally supposed to be married back in June, but that was canceled for obvious reasons. We're both in our 30s, so the plan had been to start trying for a baby right before our wedding. I wanted to delay t
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Man Tells Fiancé Not To Wear White Wedding Dress, Because No Longer A virgin

Reddit's Am I the A- hole is a place full of real, well... a**holes. But it's especially full of men who hold archaic, misogynistic views of the world and who deserve naming and shaming. Take this guy, for example, who asked his fiance not to wear a white wedding dress because she was no longer a virgin. Oh, and it was essentially only to please his "traditional" family. Unsurprisingly, she is having second thoughts about marrying this gem of a man, and he doesn't understand why. Redditers jumped to her defense, calling out his glaringly obvious red flags, such as the unhealthy boundaries between him and his family and the fact that their age gap of ten years creates some child-bride like dynamics. This poor girl needs to RUN, and fast, from this slut-shaming energy. Honestly, some people...

man tells his fiancé not to wear a white wedding dress because she's not a virgin anymore | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/SweetStickyThrowAway 2 days ago 3 82 AITA for convincing my girlfriend NOT to wear a white dress on our wedding day? Asshole So me (32M) and my soon to be wife (23F) are planing to get married in a few months. I come from a very religious house hold with strong Cristian beliefs and one of the traditions in my family is if the woman getting married isn't still a virgin they sho
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Vintage Bridesmaids Dresses Which Are Hideous Eyesores

Being a bridesmaid is a big honor. Wearing a hideous bridesmaid dress is not. These ugly vintage bridesmaid dresses prove two things: that these brides have awful taste, and I feel sorry for the poor bridesmaids who had to wear these monstrosities.

hideous vintage bridesmaid dresses which are total eyesores | thumbnail includes two pictures of ugly bridesmaid dresses
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Manipulative Mom Makes Conditional Offer To Buy Daughter's Wedding Dress, Gets Trolled

There is a special place in hell for manipulative, narcissistic parents, but especially for those who try to ruin their children's wedding day. Case in point is this woman, who posted on Reddit's Am I The A-hole, asking if she is wrong to only contribute towards her daughter's wedding dresses if she picked the dresses they wore. Yes, lady, you are a massive a**hole. It sounds like a whole bunch of emotionally manipulative, controlling, self-centered behavior to me, and evidently, her daughters feel the same. The overwhelming majority of people replied to her post, expressing their disgust at her attempts to make her daughters' weddings all about herself and essentially forcing her kids to buy her approval. Below, is her shocking post and some of the comments that she received in response.

mom trolled for refusing to contribute towards daughter's wedding dress unless she chooses it | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/JuneBLawrence 10 days ago AITA for paying for my younger daughter's wedding dress and not my older daughter's dress? Asshole I have 3 grown children (son, daughter, daughter). I don't have enough money to give them all $50K for a wedding. So I told them that I can give them $3K each and help with any DIY projects. When my son got married three years ago, his wife was such
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Talented Brides Who Made Their Own Wedding Dresses

Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, which means that your wedding dress is one of the most significant pieces of clothing you'll ever wear. Most brides go down the traditional route of spending a lot of money on a white dress, but some like to do things a little differently. These women decided to sew their wedding dresses themselves, creating their dream designs at a dream price! Not only are the pieces creative, but they are one of a kind. It must feel great knowing that you've created your own wedding dress and can proudly walk down the aisle in your show stopper.

talented brides who made their own wedding dresses | thumbnail includes two pictures of brides with wedding dresses Text - “There are 167 Swarovski crystals and 3,500 Delica seed beads on my dress.”, “I crocheted my lace wedding dress on the bus during my work commute for about 5 months.”
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Bride-To-Be's Future Mother In Law Ruins Wedding Dress, Won't Take Responsibility

Ladies, before tying the knot, it's essential to understand how much of a mommy's boy you're marrying and how healthy the dynamics of the family that you're marrying into are. If your future husband doesn't put you before his mom, sister, or other family members, then you might have a big issue with boundaries on your hands. One woman discovered this the hard way when she found her wedding dress missing from her closet. It turns out that her fiancé had taken the dress over to his mom's house, who was upset that she hadn't been part of the dress-buying process. His mom and sister then proceeded to try on the dress, stretching it out, so it no longer fitted the bride, and then refused to replace it. The understandably furious bride posted on Reddit's Am I The A-Hole, asking whether or not she was right to be upset at the evident lack of respect she was receiving from her fiancé and his family. The responses were unanimously telling her not to ignore the glaring red flags of lack of boundaries and walk away. Here is the story, with some of the best comments in response.



son gives fiancé's wedding dress to his mother to try on, she ruins it, bride devastated | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/aitathrowaway566 1 month ago 12 10 11 5 3 31 AITA For demanding my fiancé and his mom to pay for a new wedding dress? Not the A-hole Me 26F and my fiancé 28M been engaged for 4 months, we're planning on having our wedding on October 18th, My future mother in law kept annoying me and sending me suggestions for choosing the right wedding dress, and said that she knew better and t
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Artist Creates Mesmerizing Colorful Wedding Dresses

When you think of a wedding dress, the majority of people think of a flowing white, or ivory gown. But times are changing and not everyone wants a pure white look for their wedding anymore. That's where San Diego based artist, Taylor Ann comes in. After her own fire-themed wedding dress went viral a few years back, Taylor has started dip-dying other people's wedding dresses and the results are stunning. Check out her incredible work below, and maybe they will change your mind about the traditional white wedding gowns we're all used to. 

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Women Show Off Their Hugely Discounted Wedding Dresses

Weddings are expensive in general, but wedding dresses can hike up the price by a great deal. So, what if you could find your dream wedding dress on Amazon or a thrift store for a fraction of the price (leaving you more to spend on your honeymoon!) These women did exactly that, and understandably, showed off their purchases on the internet. Check out some of these incredible discounts on wedding dresses and be amazed at how cheap they are while still being gorgeous and looking expensive.  

women discounted wedding dress pics reddit show off bride bargain marriage | Here is my $92 dress from Amazon and my homemade bouquet | Bought a dress for $94 on Amazon
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Attention-Seeking Bridesmaid Posts Picture Of Bride In Wedding Dress During The Final Fitting On Facebook

Seriously? Pretty damn sure that everyone knows that is a big no-no. The poor bride was gutted, as the dress was to be a surprise (as most, if not all wedding dresses are) for her husband-to-be and her father. Unsure of how to go about the situation and wanted to make sure she wasn't just overreacting, she posted in an online forum Mumnet asking for advice. Over 600 commented on the thread, completely backing her right to be upset. And girl, we got your back, too! What this bridesmaid did was beyond uncool. To all future bridesmaids out there -- DON'T DO THIS. 

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Risque Wedding Dress Image Sparks Controversy Online

"Butt crack is the new cleavage?" While in the midst of ridiculous bride and bridesmaid demands going viral, an image was posted of this bride's dress and the internet went into full shaming mode. What do you think of the dress? Too scandalous or totally acceptable?

tweet storm about woman's wedding dress that accentuates the bride's buttocks
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