My sister is getting married and let her bridesmaids pick their own dresses but we were stunned by what she chose

WHEN it comes to weddings, there's certain unwritten rules that guests should follow – and that includes the bridesmaids.

But one anonymous woman, from the US, told how her sister's bridesmaid decided to break tradition and buy herself a white, fish-tail gown to wear to the big day.

Taking to Reddit, the angry woman explained how her sister had asked her bridesmaids to pick out any gold dress.

She then shared a snap of the bridesmaid in a silk, floor-length gown, and continued: "This is literally a wedding gown. We found it online and it even has a train."

"For additional context, she bought it without running it by the bride.

She sent this photo with the text, 'I found the perfect dress to wear to your wedding, so I bought it!'

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My poor sister is trying to find a way to ask her to return it without causing drama!"

And it turns out the bride-to-be's sister wasn't the only one who had a lot to say on the matter.

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"Honestly I'd just have her ask the bridesmaid straight up 'why are you wearing a wedding dress to my wedding? And why do you think this is ok? Would you let me wear this to your wedding?'" wrote one.

A second quipped: "You'd think that someone with a gold phone case would know what colour gold is."

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A third penned: “Did you keep the receipt? It looks too much like a wedding dress and it’s not gold.

"I’m sure the store will let you return or exchange it. Otherwise, you can save it for your wedding.”

She knows what she is doing. Your sister doesn’t have to dance around her feelings."

Meanwhile, a fourth joked: "Just throw away the whole bridesmaid."

And a further added: "There is zero chance she didn't know 100% what she was doing. That's why she says 'so I bought it' instead of 'what do you think?', like literally any normal person would.

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"She's banking on your sister being too nice/passive to actually call her out on her bs. In no world is this not a wedding gown in a culture in which white dresses are common for brides."

Also, this is white. Not gold, not champagne; white. But even if it's just the lighting and this is actually champagne, she was asked to buy a *gold* dress."

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