Sexy bridesmaids dress which is so low-cut your boobs virtually hang out completely divides opinion

A DARING bridesmaids dress which is so low-cut your boobs virtually hang out is dividing opinion online, as women claimed the frock would take away attention from the bride. 

There are few unwritten fashion rules at a wedding, one is don’t wear white and the other is don’t upstage the bride. 

A fashion brand has bizarrely advertised this dress as perfect for a bridesmaid

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A fashion brand has bizarrely advertised this dress as perfect for a bridesmaid Credit: Meshki

Which is why this dress is causing a stir online as it guarantees all eyes would be on you.

Fashion company Meshki shared a snap of a gorgeous champagne-coloured dress, with a corset-style top with spaghetti straps and a slinky skirt with a thigh high split. 

While it wouldn’t look out of place at a wedding, the brand bizarrely advertised the £81 Cupped Split Maxi Dress, called the Daniella, as a bridesmaid dress. 

Sharing a pic of an eye-popping display on Facebook,

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Millie Bobby Brown Masters Gen Z Style in Her Tank Top, Sweats and AF1s for a Bike Ride

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Millie Bobby Brown may be a big-name star, but when she’s not on duty, her style is pretty similar to any other teenager.

The 16-year-old “Stranger Things” actress opted for a comfy-chic look as she showed off a new bicycle from Moncler’s collaboration with Mate. She sported a slightly cropped white tank top teamed with gray sweatpants, accessorizing the outfit with eyeglasses and a hair scrunchie.

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Nigeria’s Yoruba women announce their arrival in style

Three models pose in A Ti De
Three models pose in A Ti De

Nigerian photographer Oye Diran reimagines the fashion of the Yoruba people in a stunning series of images.

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Short presentational grey line

When an aunt sent Oye Diran an old family photo, he was mesmerised by the high sense of fashion and style exhibited by the Yoruba women of West Africa in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

The photo was of his mother and her sister adorned in iro and buba, the colourful two-piece outfit of wrapped skirt and top popular with Yoruba women in Nigeria.

Diran, a Yoruba himself and Nigerian photographer based in New York, noticed how the style of the iro and buba had evolved over time, but that the outfit still maintained its elegance.

Inspired, he ploughed through the internet looking for more vintage images of the outfit but was disappointed with what he saw.

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Kate Middleton’s Most-Loved Summer Shoe Is Comfort Meets Style at Its Finest

Summer is here, and the sandals have come out of hiding. You’ve likely made some sacrifices for the sake of breathable style in the past (sky-high heels, uncomfortable wedges, and unsupportive flip-flops are just some pain-inducing culprits), but as we’ve said time and again, comfy, fashion-forward shoes do actually exist — and Kate Middleton just reminded us about one of the most classic seasonal footwear stunners in the game: good ol’ espadrilles.

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If you follow Middleton’s style closely, you’ll know the royal is as loyal as can be to her wardrobe favorites. Eyelet anything, like airy dresses and pretty blouses, resurface like clockwork come summertime; floral midi dresses also make up a large chunk of the duchess’ warm-weather attire. And lace-up espadrilles are perhaps her most-loved shoe this time of year. 

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