Mum under fire for plans to wear very revealing dress to daughter’s wedding

When it comes to mother-of-the-bride outfits, they're not typically very racy, as you wouldn't expect a parent to want to upstage their child on their big day.

But one mum has thrown the wedding rule book out the window and opted to wear something that's bound to cause a scene in church.

After ordering a very revealing dress online, the unnamed mum proceeded to share a review on the retailer's website, sharing her plans to wear the gown to her daughter's wedding.

She wrote: "This dress is perfect!!! I can't wait to wear it on my daughter's wedding day."

A screenshot of her five star review, as well as a photo of the dress, was shared on a wedding shaming Facebook group, where it wasn't received very well.

The dress was shown to be a very sparkly number, with a plunging neckline that goes all the way down to her belly button, a sheer skirt and a train.

People on social media were quick to call the woman out, with more than 200 people commented on the post, telling her it was an inappropriate choice for the occasion.

One person said: "That's something I'd wear to my own wedding."

A second compared the woman to the Kardashian matriarch, replying: "Calm down Kris Jenner."

"Mother-of-the-bride must be recently divorced because she's seeking so much attention in that dress," stated a third person.

Someone else added: "I thought this was a bride's dress ans was like 'alright I guess if it's in Vegas and you're feeling yourself…'

"But then I SAW IT AND JEEZ."

A different user joked: "Excuse me this is what you wear when you're lounging on your French sofa, calling the police to inform them of your husband's mysterious death."

However not everyone was outraged by the dress.

Several people said they would support their mum if she wanted to wear something like that at their wedding.

One woman confessed: "I would love it if my mum wore this to my (if it ever happens) wedding.

"I'd be like that famous Will Smith photo on the red carpet going 'ta-daaa'."

A second person agreed, adding: "My mum better look this damn glam on my wedding day."

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