Bridezilla demands weight-based dress code for guests
An anonymous bride is drawing social media outrage after uploading a Facebook post demanding her guests follow a weight-based dress code for her “24K”-themed wedding.
On Wednesday, a screenshot of the note was uploaded on Reddit. The bridezilla wrote that she’s planning a destination wedding in Hawaii in 2019, and wants her guests to partake in “synchronized dancing” along an unnamed beach.
“The dress code is very specific because it will be used to create an incredible visual effect,” the post reads.
Women between 100 to 160 pounds were asked to wear orange suede pants, Louboutin heels and Burberry Scarves. Females who were over 160 pounds are required to sport all-black sweaters, pants and heels. Meanwhile, kids were required to wear “red from head to toe” as they will be forming a heart-shaped dance routine.
“It needs to be true red not blood orange or some bull—t!” she wrote in the post.
After the dance, the bride asked guests to wear formal attire that’s worth at least $1,000.
“Remember this venue is extremely upscale, and we want to be looking our absolute BEST ladies and gents,” she said. “If you look like trash, so will we … this wedding is 24k themed for a reason.”
In 2017, The Post reported on brides who put pressure on their bridesmaids to look “picture-perfect” for their weddings.
Ashley Barton, an NYC-based public relations executive, suggested that her bridal party get fit and use hair extensions for her big day.
“I need everyone on board,” Barton told The Post. “I want my guests to invest in their appearances, feel pretty, go buy the dress of their dreams and feel confident in themselves. I want everyone to feel and look beautiful.”
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