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Buying a wedding dress is usually a big deal for any bride-to-be. The only problem is, there are so many wedding dresses and they can cost so much that shopping can get very overwhelming. (This is basically the entire premise of Say Yes To The Dress.) Naturally, it's tempting to try to save time and money by ordering a wedding dress online.

But there are certain reasons you might not want to do that—and here are 16 of them.

1. How nice of them to screw up not only the dress, but also the color. Luckily every bride looks radiant in lime green, right?

Posted by International Ownership on Monday, May 5, 2014
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2. For when you're a bride, but you're also maybe going to a business meeting, and then doing some nursing afterwards.

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Posted by Brides Beware on Wednesday, July 24, 2013

3. For when it's very important that your wedding guests NOT SEE THAT YOU HAVE BREASTS. (Breasts? What breasts? Where?)

Posted by Knock Off Nightmares on Tuesday, April 26, 2016

4. Hey, another one! Just like the ol' tagline goes, "Never let 'em see your breasts."

I'm sure when she took this dress out of the package she thought she was one of the lucky ones...that is, until she tried it on.

Posted by Knock Off Nightmares on Saturday, April 23, 2016

5. So close…and yet not even close at all.

Posted by Knock Off Nightmares on Tuesday, June 10, 2014
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6. "What do you have in the way of something that makes me look like I've been consumed by a roll of paper towels?"

Just another terrible disaster www.internationalownership.com

Posted by International Ownership on Monday, July 14, 2014

7. They are "very similar" in that they are both dresses made from pink cloth that could conceivably be worn by a human.

What was ordered vs what came. When the customer complained, the site said the dresses were "very similar."

Posted by Knock Off Nightmares on Tuesday, June 10, 2014

8. This fit and flare dress probably would have looked nicer if they'd remembered to include the "flare."

THIS is really bad...and from a company that came recommended to her. The good news is, she was fortunate enough to get a refund - not everyone is that lucky.

Posted by Knock Off Nightmares on Thursday, July 3, 2014

9. For the bride who wants to look like crumpled toilet paper.

Posted by Brides Beware on Sunday, January 3, 2016
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10. Welp.

#TBdress #bridesbeware

Posted by Brides Beware on Friday, May 5, 2017

11. It might have looked better if they'd stuck with the original material and not decided to use Grandma's bedspread instead.

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Posted by Brides Beware on Monday, October 7, 2013

12. "Yes, I'd like this dress, but more garish and could you make it look like it's made for a six-year-old? Great, thanks."

Thanks www.internationalownership.com #bridesbeware #buyerbeware #fakedress #fakeweddingdress #fake #chinesefake...

Posted by Brides Beware on Monday, October 28, 2013

13. This dress is perfect for when you're going for that "upside-down troll doll" feel, and you also won't be able to walk at all so they'll have to roll you down the aisle on a dolly.

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Posted by Brides Beware on Monday, November 18, 2013
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14. For the bride who really wants to look like she's nothing but a huge torso. A dressy, silky torso.

Posted by Knock Off Nightmares on Tuesday, October 22, 2013

15. But…how…what…even?

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Posted by Brides Beware on Wednesday, January 22, 2014

16. When they run out of material for the lining but it doesn't even matter because clearly they've gone rogue with the dress altogether.

I saw this beautiful dress on a Facebook ad for one of those big Chinese dress sellers. When I scrolled down the...

Posted by Barbie Ryan on Friday, November 13, 2015