This Extravagant Wedding Dress Is Making Rounds on Twitter
Many took to social media to share their two cents over the bride's dress. Here's how Twitter divided the opinion
Twitter is a great place to highlight a cause or draw people’s attention to works of art that are ignored by mainstream media. The site’s users also often come up with new and fun topics to discuss and debate on, and to create memes with. Some of these topics are so popular that they start trending globally.
Every now and then, a trend comes up on Twitter. Sometimes it’s about a celebrity doing something and at other times it’s something that is happening in the world that has got people talking about it. The thing about social media is that almost everything, every other day, is touted as viral news. Let it be a couple marrying young, or a man doing a cartwheel in four-inch stilettos and crumbling as pieces of meat, or someone's wedding dress. The latest, to become a voicing matter, is the last one.
An extravagant wedding dress of a Pakistani bride had been made viral on Twitter where many have shared their two cents on the woman's outfit. The bride, sits on stage, in a red heavily embellished gown with a long trail. In the picture, we see a few guests gathered on the stage for a group picture. As soon as the picture from the couple's big day hit the internet, it became viral for various reasons.
Many took to social media to share their two cents over the bride's dress. Few of the netizens criticized the overspending the dress must have caused.
When you have no idea where else can you spend your father's money. https://t.co/msqbxV0Ul6— Tee. (@Tea_liciouss) February 24, 2020
Stupidity at it's peak https://t.co/GuEY6tbmoh— Roshni Islamabad United (@RoshanPothohar) February 24, 2020
One won't do this with their money when they've earnt every rupee through halal channels. https://t.co/d7JD9qpwoW—@WhySooSerious) February 24, 2020
Others took the picture in a fun manner and came up with few memes and chuckles.
Me along with my problems https://t.co/cjOQU5QZYP— Summaya (@SummayaChodhary) February 24, 2020
When you like your room's curtains so much you make a whole lehnga out of them. https://t.co/87fgeRlIOk— (@pseudoyooman) February 24, 2020
Wearing the expectations and pressures of society in desi wedding functions https://t.co/Npz7VWby2Z— Saad (@OverLord_Xd) February 24, 2020