A woman has accused a wedding guest of dressing inappropriately, sparking a furious debate over the acceptable length a dress should be for a non-religious wedding.
The German woman took to a wedding shaming group on Facebook to share an anonymous photo from the occasion, showing eleven women posing outdoor after a courthouse ceremony.
The medical student explained in the caption for the photo that she felt the woman was wearing a dress that was too short for a wedding.
A woman from Germany took to 'That's It I'm Wedding Shaming' on Facebook to slam a guests outfit for being far too short (left)
The woman concealed the identity of each member of the wedding party but used a blue mark to point out the dress that she felt was inappropriate.
She wrote: 'A friend's sister got married at the courthouse today, she looked lovely and they have a nice relationship, but I'm shaming the absurdly short dress of the girl on the far left (blue head).
'You can totally see all the way up to her underwear. I think it's inappropriate. Also, the picture quality and location and composition in general.'
A stream of responses to the post argued the wedding guest's dress isn't too short and compared the length to other people posing alongside her in the photo.
One person wrote: 'Sure, will agree the photo could have been better but 'it can always be better' definitely a court house marriage photo.
'It's tacky-cute. The dress is a big short but there's a few short dresses in this photo if we're playing that game.'
Another said: 'Oh shush. This is not the 1800s women are allowed to dress however they like.'
A flood of responses to the post argued the dress isn't too short for a courthouse wedding and stated that women can dress however they want
Other responses to the thread accused the woman of being jealous and suggested that she was attempting to shame the guest because of a personal issue.
The group which has over 90,000 members saw no one agree with the German woman's judgement of the outfit.
One person wrote: 'You obviously have a personal problem with her, seeing as you didn't say a word about the equally as short light blue dress.'
Another said: 'Jealousy is an ugly trait. Shaming someone else's body or wardrobe choices, says a lot about your own insecurities rather than theirs'
A third added: 'Your life will become a lot better when you stop being so jealous of other women.'
Others accused the woman of attempting to slam the wedding guest out of jealousy and argued she wasn't the only person wearing a short dress