BORED mums stuck in quarantine are wearing their wedding dresses for fun – with some even working out in them.
With the world in a mass lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus, it seems people are getting creative with ways to stop the boredom.
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With nothing else to do, women are digging out their old wedding dresses and trying them on – veil and all.
Mum Curtis Sittenfeld sparked the trend by sharing a snap of herself eating lunch with her kids, while wearing her white gown.
After nearly two weeks in lockdown, her children asked to see her wedding dress – and Curtis thought why not.
She shared a snap of herself to Twitter in the dress, saying: “Social distancing Day 12: Today my kids wanted me to wear my wedding dress at lunch & I couldn’t think of a reason not to.”
Her tweet went viral, racking up more than 240,000 likes and other women were inspired to wear their own wedding dresses.
Some decided to work from home in their fancy frocks, while others thought it was the perfect workout gear.
One man replied: “My wife saw your tweet and was inspired.”
Sharing a snap of herself in her lacy gown, this woman replied: “Me either… alone at work.”
A third added: “Day 7 of quarantine in my mom's basement, her wedding dress was all I could find to wear.”
This bride said: “Well.. I had to try mine. Got married in 2006 and I made this dress myself.
“I got the zipper up 2/3s and now it's stuck.
“ I need help to get it off again.”
While this couple added: “Me and hubby decided to try our 42 year old wedding outfits on last week – just for fun.
“Mine still fits !!!”
And this devastated bride whose £30k wedding was cancelled with 18 hours’ notice over coronavirus gets ‘married’ at Burger King.
We previously reported on a couple who feared coronavirus would cancel their wedding, so rearranged in 24 hours to marry at St Pancras.
While this bride’s parents demand she ‘tone down’ her wedding after sister was left at the altar.
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