20+ Wedding Dresses That Should Have Never Existed

One of those big dreams that every little girl has is to walk down the aisle in a beautiful wedding dress. People sometime plan wedding for months, if not years. Let’s be clear, this is not going to be a list of the most beautiful wedding dresses. With so much planning, you would think everything would turn out great but…some of these dresses look like they were designed by little girls. Some look like they belong in a strip club. And some just don’t make any sense at all!


9 Responses

  1. Occams says:

    She’s absolutely gorgeous in pink.

    • Jovi Takahashi says:

      I totally agree!! I’m not a “pink person” but just because it’s “supposed to be” something doesn’t mean you have to hold to that tradition!! My friend just got married in a purple dress and I didn’t see anything wrong with that either!
      Also, depending on the culture, you might not be wearing white (which only became really popular in the mid-1800s).

  2. Ange Harvey says:

    Wow I have never read such a b**chy commentary. Especially the second lot, maybe they should have stopped at 20 dresses. To put Lady Diana’s dress up TWICE and call it a bunch of sheets, I mean really? That dress was Astounding in its time – as it was meant to be. And then there were what were clearly Halloween costumes. Not to mention the runway dresses. And all the Gypsy Brides, come on, that is their culture.
    Oh, and I agree with the previous comment, that pink wedding? dress looked incredible on the model, colour is allowed in wedding dresses you know. . .
    Won’t bother with clicking through anything on this site again, I think it’s run by jealous 12 yo mean girls.

  3. Trey Cooper says:

    This article is appalling. Some of the comments are just downright nasty. The writer is incredibly narrow-minded and judgmental. Some of these dresses aren’t even wedding dresses. Some are ball gowns. Quite a few of them are art pieces. The over obsession with dislike of brides wearing color is just rude. A lot of women don’t wear white because they don’t look good or feel comfortable wearing white. At least two of the dresses are from royal weddings, one being princess Diana’s wedding dress. The writer has’t done anything apart from probably used google to search some images, picked out ones they didn’t lie, and trashed them.

  4. Tay says:

    wow. apparently having a novelty idea for a dress to make your wedding day more you isnt okay. best forget a wedding planner ladies, its already all planned out and pre-chosen by society. white dress, three tier cake and veil. do NOT stray from the set path. ( although..admittedly, wearring more than a bit of dental floss in front of your entire family might be a bit warmer XD )

  5. Sabina L says:

    This is a ridiculous article! Some of these dresses aren’t even wedding dresses but Sweet 16, ball gowns, art pieces, and movie set costumes. Some of the dresses were also very stylish when they were worn. Princess Diana’s dress was the epitome of style and was copied many times over! Some of the captions don’t even make sense. Image titled “Mary Poppins” is not Mary Poppins but an image still from the 1948 movie “The Pirate”. In which Judy Garland is a bride from -yes- centuries ago- so the dress is fitting for the movie. If you’re going to write an article about awful wedding dresses, then write an article about awful wedding dresses.

  6. Deb says:

    Crazy article. If the bride wants a historical style, that’s totally fine. As is a different color than white. Criticizing Princess Diana’s wedding dress?? All that, and their standards of what’s “too much” or “inappropriate” were arbitrary and inconsistent. These writers need to stop writing immediately, if all they can do is whine out of both sides of their mouths.

  7. Lorraine Rogers says:

    Total crap. Does the writer even know who these people are (e.g. Princess Diana, Judy Garland). The commentary seems to be written by a 12-year old which would account for their lack of knowledge of the images they posted. Does the author actually believe there is some value in their article. Don’t even bother attempting to post anything else. It’s not worth reading.

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