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Bride-to-be in tears after dress she ordered online looks NOTHING like the pictures & her wedding is in three weeks

ADMIT it – we all know what it’s like to fall in love with something online… only for it to look absolutely nothing like the pictures when it arrives on your doorstep.

But while this is just slightly inconvenient at the best of times, we can only imagine how devastating this must be when it happens with your wedding dress – i.e. the most important piece of clothing you’ll probably ever buy.

The bride ordered this elegant sleeveless gown with a long train and bejewelled lace bodice

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The bride ordered this elegant sleeveless gown with a long train and bejewelled lace bodiceCredit: Facebook / GIRLSMOUTH

Unfortunately for one bride-to-be, this is the exact scenario she was faced with three weeks before her big day.

Posting on the Facebook group Girlsmouth, the woman explained how her April wedding had been postponed as a result of the coronavirus crisis.

What’s more, the mum-to-be also had to buy a new dress after falling pregnant.

Now that

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Bride-to-be claims future mother-in-law, sister-in-law ruined wedding dress after taking turns trying it on

What a wedding dress mess.

A bride-to-be has taken to Reddit to vent about an alleged incident involving her soon-to-be mother-in-law and sister-in-law trying on her wedding dress without her consent, and ultimately ruining it.

According to the anonymous poster, who identified herself as an engaged 26-year-old, her fiancé’s mother had been very aggressive about the type of wedding dress she chose for the upcoming October wedding. At one point, her mother-in-law allegedly “demanded” the bride take her on shopping trips for the dress, but the Redditor writes that when she invited her mother-in-law to the appointment, she began “making excuses about how busy she was with my sister-in-law.”

REDDITORS FREAK OUT OVER BRIDE’S MOM ALLEGEDLY WEARING WHITE DRESS

The bride-to-be instead said she went shopping with her

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