Finding the perfect bridesmaids dress can be challenging, but there are a few things we all know we should avoid wearing to someone's wedding.
The most obvious thing to avoid is anything white or bridal-looking, though etiquette experts would also advise you don't wear deep shades of red on the big day.
And it should just be common sense that a rather racy outfit is not at all appropriate for church – but it seems one woman didn't get that memo.
A bride-to-be has blasted her sister on social media for choosing an incredibly daring see-through bridesmaid dress.
In a post on Facebook , the bride, revealed that her wedding was coming up in a few days.
She added that her sister was meant to be a bridesmaid and had been asked months ago to buy a navy floral dress.
But the one her sister wants to wear for the occasion definitely doesn't meet this description.
Instead of a traditional bridesmaids dress, her sister sent her a link for a black see-through number, which is thought to be Fashion Nova's Editorial Cover Floral Maxi Dress in black.
The dress, which costs about £55 and has a bodysuit lining, has been branded "trashy" by fellow Facebook users.
Sharing a photo of the garment online, the bride wrote: "My wedding is in eight days and I told my little sister in January to get a navy dress with flowers on it.
"She told me today she hasn't ordered a dress yet but she liked this. I said that's not appropriate for my wedding especially as a bridesmaid so if this is your hint you don't want to be a bridesmaid, just say it.
"So she has stepped out of being my bridesmaid and I think she still thinks she gets to do all the bridesmaid fun with me and bachelorette fun…. sorry nope!"
People were quick to join in with the criticism of the dress.
One person commented: "This belongs in a bedroom. If you showed up to my wedding in a negligee, you'd be asked to go back to your home and get a good night's sleep."
Another said: "Stunning lingerie. Not appropriate for anything outdoors except a pool party where all you're planning on doing is day drinking and not actually swimming."
A third added: "Anyone that would wear this dress to a wedding as it is is just trying to show up the bride and be trashy."
"It's a wedding not Coachella," posted someone else.
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