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Would you wear one of these?

Re: Would you wear one of these?

  • DrillSergeantCatDrillSergeantCat Oklahoma City, OK
    2500 Comments 500 Love Its Fourth Anniversary First Answer
    Most of these are art pieces and not really meant to wear IRL. 
  • Nope. But I'm very much of the "I don't want to look back on photos and wonder what I was thinking" mind set. I respect people who go the couture route (IF they can pull it off), but it's not for me. 

  • I actually kind of like the print dress. Obv not with nutrition facts on it, but, if it were a book, poem, etc, important to the couple I think somebody could rock that.
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  • climbingwifeclimbingwife NYC 'burbs
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    Most of these are art pieces and not really meant to wear IRL. 
    Ditto. I don't see the point in calling this tacky. 

  • Nope!

    I agree the style of the print dress was quite nice. A different material and it could be a "real" dress.

    Other than that, the "best" one was the blue toilet paper dress.
  • Why did the balloon artist and baker grooms pawn their creativity into their brides' dresses? Why not make themselves balloon or cream puff suits and let their FI's wear normal dresses??  :| 
    My favorite was probably the toilet paper one...it's amazing to see how talented some people are.
  • The balloon one is super fun!
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