It's an easier way to pee in a wedding dress.
If you’ve ever been in a wedding dress, then you know how hard it is to go to the bathroom in that wedding dress. There are so many layers, so much fabric, you can’t hold it all yourself. But now one product is trying to make peeing in a wedding gown hassle-free. Introducing, The Bridal Buddy.
When not in use, the Bridal Buddy acts as a slip under your dress. When you have to use the restroom, gather your dress, grab the end of the Bridal Buddy, and pull it up. The mesh catches the folds of your dress and confines them to your body.
Each Bridal Buddy has arm holes outlined in blue fabric (which also acts as your special day’s something blue). By sliding your arms through the holes, the mesh holds up the dress on its own while your hands stay free. To secure the dress, just pull the elastic cord, and voila — easy peeing.
Unsurprisingly, the internet has some serious thoughts. Some people thought the invention is genius, like @PSarasami, who tweeted, “This is amazing. This is the best invention at all. Evry women in the world want to say thank you.”
But most people just didn’t understand. Twitter user @findyourwayoutt tweeted, “I hear dress ripping already.”
“OKAY… THIS IS THE CREEPIEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN,” @Guardain_Elite tweeted.
OKAY… THIS IS THE CREEPIEST THING I'VE EVER SEEN🙄 pic.twitter.com/KcapQab4H1— Guardian_Elite (@Guardian_Elite) January 28, 2018
Some criticized the garment for having too many steps. “By the time I do all that lol an accident will happen ha ha,” @davinci_liz tweeted.
The Bridal Buddy costs $40 and is available online and at select locations in a handful of states, including Wisconsin, Texas, Indiana and California.
Would you utilize one, or use the old-fashioned method of making your maid of honor hold your dress for you?