A wedding guest is getting slammed online for her "hot" outfit with Reddit users calling the outfit "inappropriate" for another woman's big day.
Reddit user u/pinacolada12345 has taken to the website to share a photo of a couple who attended a wedding with their faces blacked out.
The post read, "Hot wedding guests, but talk about stealing attention from the bride with that sheer dress!"
In the photo, a woman is seen wearing a red dress that features see-through lace panels on the torso and another from her mid-thigh to the dress's bottom.
Reddit users were quick to comment on the dress with some calling it "too hot" for a wedding.
One user commented, "OOF, someone is making a STATEMENT with that dress! If I had a bod like that, I'd dress like that every damn day. However, I feel like she's gotta have some beef with the bride, that dress way too hot for a wedding lol."
Another added that there might have been a reason she was wearing a dress like this, saying, "Maybe her ex is a groomsman.”
Someone else wrote, "This seems a little inappropriate for a family gathering. You have to dress for the event. It’s a nice dress but not the right place to wear it," with another agreeing, "Yes, I think it's a really striking dress, but not for a wedding."
Another user said the dress looked "like lingerie", while someone else wrote, "I always thought wearing red to a wedding was a no-no. I also think just, in general, it's polite to not wear anything to a wedding that is going to be more eye-catching than the bride in her wedding dress.
"Gorgeous dress and she looks amazing, just not great for a wedding."
However, one user defended the wedding guest, "Eh, I actually love this dress. It’s stunning, the lace is long enough for it to be appropriate and she’s covered in all the right places. Sadly I could never fit into something like this, but if one of my gorgeous friends wore it to my wedding, I’d tell them they look beautiful."
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