Bonkers neon bridesmaid dresses get slammed by people saying the psychedelic design will ‘cause seizures’ – The Sun
A BRIDE has been slammed for choosing bridesmaid dresses that people say resemble a "strip club carpet".
The neon, psychedelic designs have been criticised on a Facebook wedding shaming group with one saying they could "cause seizures".
An image of the quirky dresses has been posted on the That's It I'm Wedding Shaming Facebook group where users were horrified over the designs.
While the bride wore a white dress, the wedding seemed to have a retro theme, with the three bridesmaids dressed in various different prints, including colourful aztec skirts as well as navy and white polka dots.
Each member of the party – including the bride – wore a different coloured pair of neon heels, from bright pink to lime green and luminous yellow.
The bride had also incorporated the daring print into her own dress, which featured aztec and polka dot appliqued hearts.
Sharing the image, the poster wrote: "Definitely not my cup of tea.
"Edit: I see a lot of comments speculating that these dresses are from LuLaRoe. They are not!
"One of the bridesmaids made all the dresses (including the bride's).
"She is a designer and does a lot with colourful, mix-matchy patterns."
Other users were stunned at the dresses, with one claiming they would "cause seizures" while another said: "1989 called, they want their carpet back".
One member of the group said the pattern resembled a "strip club carpet" while others said the shoes were also "driving them crazy".
Another person wrote: "I think anyone can call themselves a designer" while another said they were "tacky".
Not everyone hated the look, however, with one claiming while they wouldn't do it themselves, they weren't totally opposed to it.
What do you think?
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