Can you tell a £4,600 silk wedding dress from one made out of LOO ROLL? The bizarre new trend for toilet paper bridal gowns
The folds of delicate fabric wrap softly around my hips and billow from my waist in a cascade of spectacular ivory ruffles. Silky to the touch, the bustier has a flattering sweetheart neckline, while the skirt feels as light as air, twirling gracefully as I walk.
Beside the dress is another, identical in appearance. This drapes softly over my curves, enveloping me in a candy-floss cloud of white. The bodice glides around my hips, nipping in at the waist and pooling at my feet in a tumble of velvety fabric.
Both wedding gowns look perfect — the sort of outfit a fairytale princess, or the most fashionable of brides, might don for their special day. The fit is elegant, the shape exquisite, the appearance nothing short of show-stopping. But one is not all that it seems.
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