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Bizarre wedding dress is shocking brides - and it's not for the faint-hearted

Mirror logo Mirror 04/01/2018 Zoe Forsey

It's a very bold look... (Image: Getty) © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc It's a very bold look... (Image: Getty) Every bride wants to stand out and be the centre of attention on her wedding day.

And the dress is a big part of that, which is why picking the perfect one is such a big task.

Do you go classic or modern? Princess or sophisticated? White or ivory?

But for brides who REALLY want to make a statement on their big day, we might have found the perfect outfit.

a close up of some flowers © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited But it's not for the faint-hearted...

Related: How wedding dresses have evolved over the last 100 years (provided by INSIDER)

The INSIDER Summary:Wedding dresses have changed significantly in the last century.INSIDER spoke to Mara Urshel, the co-owner of Kleinfeld Bridal, to learn about the biggest trends in bridal fashion over the past 100 years.Notable trend include floaty dresses in the 1910s, the introduction of the ballgown in the 1950s, and today's sleeve trend that was re-introduced by Kate Middleton in 2011.The classic white wedding dress has stayed in fashion since the days of Queen Victoria - but bridal fashion trends have changed significantly over time. To find out how wedding gowns have evolved, INSIDER spoke to Mara Urshel, the co-owner of Kleinfeld Bridal - the famous boutique featured on the TV show, "Say Yes to the Dress" - and conducted some research into bridal fashion history. Here's how wedding dresses have changed over the last 100 years. How wedding dresses have evolved over the last 100 years

The picture has been posted on Facebook group Lisa's Wedding World Blog and has attracted thousands of comments from people across the world.

Lisa’s Wedding World - Wedding Blog/Facebook Lisa’s Wedding World - Wedding Blog/Facebook According to the post the dress has more than 200 crystals and took more than 244 hours to make.

So what do you think? Know anyone brave enough to brave this on their big day?

Related: Who is Inbal Dror? Well, she might be the designer of Meghan Markle’s wedding dress (provided by Hello Giggles)

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