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Wedding guest slammed for wearing a ‘garbage bag’ dress to the ceremony – as she breaks another ‘unspoken’ rule

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Pictured: Christopher Esber Cross Vine Mini Dress in Black ($1,295)

A wedding guest dress has been criticized for looking like a “garbage bag” and a “parachute”, with shoppers especially surprised by the dress’s eye-popping $1,295 price tag.

A content creator recently shared that she went to a wedding wearing Christopher Esber’s black Cross Vine minidress.

The controversial dress is 100 percent silk and features a draped train over the front of the right leg, with lace-like elements cinching the fabric at the chest and waist.

Thousands of people were horrified that anyone would wear the dress in public, let alone at a wedding, and revealed their shock online.

“Yes, no,” one said simply.

Pictured: Christopher Esber Cross Vine Mini Dress in Black ($1,295)

A wedding guest's dress has been criticized for looking like a 'rubbish bag' and a 'parachute'

A wedding guest’s dress has been criticized for looking like a ‘rubbish bag’ and a ‘parachute’

The dress was part of a limited edition release and is no longer available on the brand’s official website, but some items are available to buy or rent secondhand.

“It looks like a garbage bag,” said one American.

Another told the influencer: “It looks like a garbage bag and a parachute but somehow you’re almost doing it.”

Many were bothered by the driveway, which some described as a “curtain of legs.”

“I love you, but the front piece is making me uneasy,” one woman said.

‘I think the dress would be cute if you just removed the thing hanging in the front. And if it were a little more. And for a wedding, maybe not black…” added another.

Wedding guests’ outfits are a hot topic of discussion, with many struggling to get the dress code right.

General rules include not wearing white, as it is reserved for the bride, and not wearing black because it is considered morbid. The color red is also prohibited because it supposedly means that you have had relations with the boyfriend..

So the ‘garbage bag’ dress, in addition to being unsightly, also broke the unspoken rule of not wearing black to a wedding.

Wedding guests should also try not to “upstage the bride” by wearing something that draws too much attention, like a gold dress that caused a guest to be kicked out of her friend’s wedding.

A wedding guest recently drew the ire of thousands of people by showing up to her friend's nuptials in a see-through white dress that revealed her underwear.

A wedding guest recently drew the ire of thousands of people by showing up to her friend’s nuptials in a see-through white dress that revealed her underwear.

Another woman recently appeared at her friend’s wedding wearing a see-through white dress that revealed her underwear.

One guest shared an image of her “inappropriate” attire that violated several wedding social conventions, such as refraining from wearing white.

The dress’s asymmetrical shape and long back also made it look like the garment had a ruffled train.

Its sheer nature and thigh-high slit perfectly showed off the white suit the woman was wearing underneath the dress.

Many criticized the outfit as “awful” and “scandalous” and couldn’t believe how the woman was allowed to attend the gala event.

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