A wedding guest’s choice of outfit has divided opinions as to whether or not it was appropriate for the occasion.
The commotion was caused after a woman snapped a photo of a strapless, fitted dress which she was apparently wearing to a wedding.
She matched the striped number with a pair of peep-toe heels and shared the look in a mirror selfie.
But the look was quick to cop criticism when shared publicly online, with some claiming it would have been better suited to a different type of event.
“Terribly inappropriate for a wedding... now for a nightclub, it’s perfect,” the original poster wrote.
“People who wear these [dresses] to weddings are upstaging and inappropriate.” quipped another person.
“Flats would have been more appropriate, and a cardigan and jacket.”
However, others were divided as to whether the woman had done anything wrong through her choice of outfit.
“They’re haters because she’s got a banging bod,” wrote one supportive user.
“I mean I don’t personally like the dress but I wouldn’t care if someone wore it to my wedding.”
But while the choice was a contentious one, it’s far from the first time a wedding guest has caused controversy with a fashion statement.
Earlier this month, another woman sparked a debate about whether or not her white frock was appropriate to wear to her friend’s nuptials.
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