Many girls grow up dreaming of their wedding day and the fairytale dress they'll walk down the aisle in.
But for one woman, from the US, her dream turned into a nightmare when her seamstress allegedly ruined her gown.
Taking to TikTok, Niki Weinstock shared a short video where she revealed the ill-fitting wedding gown, which featured puffy sleeves and looked nothing like she had requested.
In a second clip, she then went on to detail everything that was wrong with it – adding that the seamstress also cut off her train without even asking.
“What I wanted to do was add sleeves, but I couldn’t do it with the designer because my mum got it from a sample sale and it was out of the country," she explained.
So the designer gave me a tonne of material to be able to add a sleeve."
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There wasn’t a shoulder on the dress and you need that for a sleeve, so when I went to the seamstress and told her that, she said she’d be able to create a sheer sleeve for me and would fill in the shoulder with a little bit of appliqué."
However, Niki pointed out that the sleeve wasn't sheer or taught like she'd requested, but was instead big and puffy.
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The bride-to-be also confirmed she hadn't just gone to a cheap seamstress and that the woman was in fact, someone who had beem recommended to her by everyone in her home town.
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And many of Niki's followers took to the comments section to share their horror stories of when they experienced something similar.
"I had the same thing happen!" wrote one. "I didn't get my dress back until the day of, an hour before from the seamstress that ended up fixing it."
A second recalled: “I worked at a bridal store.”
“We had a seamstress leave some oil mark on a bridesmaid dress and tried to blame us on it. I spent 2 hours getting it out.”
A third wrote: “I was a bridesmaid and the lady at the boutique measured me and my dress was 4 times my size.”
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“Then the seamstress didn’t cut it enough I’m 4’11.”
Another added: “Same here! I had to get a new dress 5 days before my wedding.”
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