Bride trolled for wearing £600 straw hat so big guests couldn’t see her face
A bride has been ridiculed for wearing a £600 straw hat that was so big her guests couldn't see her face.
Danish actress Emma Leth shunned a traditional veil in favour of the giant Jacquemus statement headwear.
She teamed it with a see-through cream lace dress and lilac underwear when she tied the knot last year.
Pictures of the 28-year-old walking down the aisle have resurfaced and people aren't mincing their words over how they feel about the ensemble.
Posting on the That's it, I'm wedding shaming Facebook page, one woman condemned the outfit and said it showed "how awful rich people weddings can be".
She said: "We shame a lot of weddings here put on by people who have an epic vision their wallets can’t pull off. So I’d like to shame how awful rich people weddings can be too, Bc money emboldens the ridiculous and there’s no accounting for taste.
"No faces are blurred Bc this is Emma Leth, Danish 'It girl' who published these photos herself. I am always so mad when I can tell someone with more money than they know what do with is like, I’m gonna be 'quirky' for this occasion others bankrupt themselves to pull off.
"Apologies if this has been on here a million times before….but god. At least wear a slip or I dunno, pretty panties or something under your gorgeous couture lace gown".
She added of the hat: "It’s so obviously absurd… I couldn’t stop laughing at these pictures when I first saw them."
And while fashion fans took to Emma's social media to dub the look 'gorgeous', many on the Facebook group agreed the look was 'overkill'.
One woman joked: "This is me when leaving the house without sunscreen on."
Another added: "So weird. That would actually be a beautiful dress with a plain white slip underneath and of course, a regular sized hat."
A third commented: "The nude lace dress with the white set is okay. But the hat is definitely overkill. It's just totally 'what the f***'."
And a fourth said: "That hat is a bloody abomination."
Emma, who has a son named Abel with husband Tal Rosenzweig, shared a number of images of her big day on Instagram .
They exchanged vows in an laid-back, outdoor ceremony in Paris, attended by close friends and family.
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