Getting married in the woods? Consider a camouflage wedding dress.
Remember Sabrina Rocco, who wrote an extensive mascara review for us? Well, she has uncovered a fashion faux pas of matrimonal proportion. We'll just let her tell you about it. - The Deal Divas
One day, as I was watching an early episode of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo and soaking in the awfulness of it all, I thought to myself: If Mama ever marries Sugar Bear, she's marrying him in CAMO. For fun, I fired up my laptop and typed "camo wedding dress" into Google. Nearly 1.5 million results. The first: camoformal.com. Click.
I hit the mother lode. Camo veils, garters, wedding dresses! Camo flower girl dresses, bridesmaid dresses! Even camo mother-of-the-bride dresses! This can't be happening. Who would wear this? Why? How? WHERE???
Apparently, you can get your wedding gown in a number of camo prints. "mossy oak" has a good backwoods forest feel. "white snowfall" is a little more elegant with a few leaves and sticks nestled in snow. And if you're really ballsy, "pink snowfall" with pink snow, leaves and sticks. Tulle comes in anything from hunter's orange to turquoise. Average price for one of these gems is $500. Not bad for a wedding dress.
The most shocking part has to be the "mother's attire." One style is a camo blazer over a satin black dress. The set goes for $359. That's when you go to Ross and buy something off the clearance rack.
The madness doesn't stop there. The site offers a full range of guy attire -- everything from vests to minister robes. Yes, minister robes. God is crying.
What do you think? Is this as absurd as I'm making it out to be or would you sport one of these on your Big Day?
If anyone needs me, I'll be scooping up a pair of these classy pumps.
Guest Deal Diva Sabrina Rocco