A BRIDE-TO-BE has told how her mother-in-law is planning on wearing a lace gown with a train to her wedding.
The anonymous woman took to Reddit and shared a snap of the full-length dress in question which features a "white-ish" applique design and even a train – with many claiming it looks more like a bridal gown.
Alongside the image, the bride-to-be penned: "MIL wants to wear white-ish dress to wedding."
MIL asked to wear this dress to my wedding…I said it looked white, and then she proceeded to send a picture next to white things."
The post has since been inundated with messages – with many social forum users all saying the same thing.
"It’s the train from me. That is a wedding dress. White or not," wrote one.
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A second commented: "That dress is whiter than my wedding dress."
Idk why she wouldn’t respect your wishes the first time."
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A third penned: "I mean most wedding dresses are ivory, not white-white… the fact that she felt like she needed to prove something says a lot IMO."
Meanwhile, a fourth noted: "This genuinely looks more bridal than my own dress."
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Another agreed: "I don’t think it’s so much about being ‘white’ but it just screams bridal to me!"
A further quipped: "It has a train. This is a wedding dress. Hard no."
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And one more social media user added: "Absolutely the f*** not."
Not all brides wear stark white and that could pass as a wedding dress (I honestly believe it IS a wedding dress.)"
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