- Social media users have been reacting with mixed feelings to a video of a style replication
- In the video, a tailor shared a photo of a dress a client wanted and went on to show what she made
- Many people who have seen the video have voted down the tailor's attempt, with some nicknaming the dress a 'breastplate'
A video currently making the rounds on social media has gotten many people in their feelings as it has to do with a wedding dress replication.
In a Tiktok video reposted by Twitter user, @MoonNightSkies, the tailor first shares a photo of the original design the client wanted.
From clips of the process of recreating the dress and even a video of the bride coming for fitting, it appeared that the client was in for a pleasant surprise.
However, the end result which saw the recreated wedding dress done in a rather disappointing way and embellished with flowers, left social media users scratching their heads.
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Social media users react to wedding dress recreation
"She had me in the first half. It looked like it was going to be beautiful."
"And she just went along with it.. "
"Random flowers attached with *HOT GLUE*Glue that's gonna get alllllll kinds of soft & melty, as she wears it all day!!! (ESPECIALLY if it's arm, and she's dancing *at all* in the reception venue!)."
"They gave her a breastplate of righteousness."
"why would she trust an amateur to construct this dress and only see the finished product the day of the wedding is beyond me."
"It’s the gladiator shield for me."
"At least she can now head to King's Landing and join the King's guard in service to the crown."
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Another tweep said she thought it was going to be beautiful.
Someone described it as a Game of Thrones armour.
What I ordered: Lady shares what she got after paying N250k for dress recreation
Another person has fallen victim to the popular 'What I ordered versus what I got' fiasco, but it appears not everyone agrees that this is the case.
Identified as @bambipearls17 on Tiktok, she posted a video which showed photos of a dress she wanted and what she got instead.
She had paid a fashion designer the sum of N250,000 to replicate a heavily bejewelled mini dress featuring a choker neckline.