Bridesmaids are causing outrage on TikTok after cutting up their dresses – during their friend’s wedding
A video showing bridesmaids making crude alterations to their dresses during the wedding ceremony has sparked controversy on TikTok.
the sectionshared by @emma.league, shows maids taking scissors to their full-length pink gowns to make them noticeably shorter.
Since it was posted a few weeks ago, it has amassed nearly 12 million views, and nearly 3,500 comments.
Commentators were divided between those who were outraged by the bold move, and those who thought the short dresses looked “flattering”.
A number of viewers were worried about whether the bride knew what the maids were doing, and whether she had agreed to it.
This TikTok video showing bridesmaids making major alterations to their dresses during the wedding ceremony sparked controversy online
One wrote: “Show us the bride’s reaction, did she know and was she happy about it, I should know.”
The video’s poster, Emma, confirmed that the bride was on board with the bold alterations.
Despite this, many people in the comments section were angry at the changes, feeling that maids shouldn’t be taking scissors to dresses.
Someone wrote: “What a waste – at least cut it properly.”
Another agreed, adding, “The end result. I’m going to be pissed.”
Another commenter said, “I would be so upset.”
On the one hand, this move was seen as extravagant. They said: Why don’t you donate them? This is incredibly selfish.
Another said simply: “Taki.”
While some were angry at the video, calling the move “vulgar,” others thought the shortening of the gowns was a great idea.
A number of commentators were outraged by the amendments, with one saying that the maids were selfish, and another calling them “vulgar”.
Another cursed the women in their comment, using some strong words of condemnation.
They wrote: ‘They were classy before. Now it looks like garbage. Just like “ladies”.
However, some liked the idea, feeling that the women were benefiting from the gowns, which they were unlikely to ever wear again.
Despite the critics, many viewers thought the alteration of dresses was a great idea, stating that it was unlikely women would ever wear long gowns again.
Someone said, “The literal version of ‘You can cut it off and wear it again!'” “.
Another added, “That’s a smart idea. Nobody ever wears a bridesmaid dress again, anyway.”
A third said, “I mean, it’s not like you’re ever wearing it again.”
Meanwhile, a fourth suggested: ‘These are beautiful dresses. Now you can change it into a loose dress for the summer.
A fifth wrote: Love this! I have too many bridesmaids dresses that are useless.