A woman has been slammed in a wedding shaming group for wearing a white floor-length gown to her son's wedding.
The controversial dress was worn to a wedding by the mother-of-the-groom, and was posted to a wedding shaming group on Facebook, by a woman called Abbie from Wisconsin.
She had received a picture of the offending dress from a friend, whose name she didn't reveal, captioned: 'This is my husband's aunt at her son's wedding. Lady, TF are you doing?'.
Shared in a wedding shaming group, photos of the dress were slated as people couldn't believe the woman had chosen to wear not only a white dress, but one that looked so similar in style to the dress worn by her son's wife on the special day.
The pictures were shared into the private group by a user who wrote: 'You guys, this is my husband's aunt at her son's wedding. Lady, TF are you doing?!'
Images of the dress show that is it a strapless white, floor-length dress with a fish-tail.
The Facebook user posted two photos of the mother and a photograph of the bride, posing with friends and family, to show the resemblance between the two dresses.
Since the post was shared in the group it has gathered some attention.
Many members of the group have slammed the woman for wearing the dress.
One user said: 'How f*****g unhinged do you have to be to dress like a bride at your SON'S wedding?'
Another said: 'I'd have "accidentally" spilt my wine on her and mashed cake into her dress. Sorry sis. You're rainbow now.'
'What a pathetic attention seeker,' added another.
Others said that the woman looked good in the dress, however, they insisted it simply wasn't appropriate to wear to a wedding.
One user wrote: 'She wore the same silhouette as the bride too. Mess.
'She's hot and could literally have worn anything else,' they added.
Another user of a similar opinion said: 'Well... if I looked that good, I probably would too.'
Similarly, another member of the group said: 'I honestly might consider not kicking her out if this happened to me just because [of her] sheer bravery of this bold, bold move.'