Influencer flashes G-string in completely sheer wedding dress

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An influencer has thrown out the rulebook when it comes to wedding gowns, opting to wear a sheer dress that put her G-string in full view on her big day.

The bride, known as MC Rielle in Brazil, shared a video to TikTok of herself posing up a storm in the revealing look outside a church.

Brazilian singer MC Rielle wearing a sheer lace wedding dress that exposes her G-string underwear
An influencer has turned heads in a G-string-baring wedding dress. Photo: TikTok/mcrielle.

"May, the month of brides," she wrote in the caption. "Did you like my dress?"

The funk singer/digital influencer's head-turning outfit left little to the imagination thanks to its revealing bustier top and an almost entirely see-through skirt.


The barely-there lace-trimmed skirt featured a hi-lo design that put MC Rielle's matching white G-string — and a fair amount of her derrière — on full display.

She topped off her risqué bridal ensemble with white gloves, a white veil and a silver tiara. Adding a pop of colour to the look was a pair of bright red high heels.

Brazilian singer MC Rielle wearing a sheer lace wedding dress that exposes her G-string underwear
The sheer lace dress left MC Rielle's behind on show. Photo: TikTok/mcrielle.

'No problem'

MC Rielle, who was reportedly named the 'Sexiest woman in Brazil' by Playboy, told Daily Star that she was keen to 'escape' traditional wedding dress styles in favour of something 'unprecedented'. 

She said she saw "no problem" with having her bare bottom on show for the ceremony and that she wanted her nuptials to be a 'milestone'.

Her fans on TikTok endorsed her wedding attire, with one so head over heels they asked, "Want to marry me?"

"At a wedding like this, would I be able to hear what the priest was saying?" wondered another.

A third speculated that MC Rielle had mistakenly worn her honeymoon outfit to walk down the aisle, to which she replied coyly, "No, the honeymoon is after!"

MC Rielle made headlines in 2020 when she claimed to have insured her famous backside — which regularly takes pride of place on her album covers — for a staggering AUD$268,000.

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