It’s the kind of coincidence many women will not like, walking into a room to find another woman wearing the same dress one has on. But on five other women?
That’s what happened at a wedding in Sydney, Australia, over the weekend to six women guests who had all unintentionally worn the same dress.
“What are the odds,” wrote Debbie Speranza, one of the women, on her Facebook page on Sunday, along with a photo of the ladies posing with the bride, Julian Mammone.
Mammone, speaking to the Daily Telegraph, described the sartorial coincidence at her wedding to her personal trainer husband Dominic as “friggin’ bloody hilarious”.
“At first there were a few dirty looks among the girls, who didn’t quite know whether to laugh it off or go home and get changed,” she said.
“In the end we all cracked up about it. It’s every girl’s worst nightmare, what else can you do?”
The popular dress is a $160 Debbie Lace Pencil Dress by fashion label Forever New.
“Make an entrance-worthy appearance in this gorgeous navy blue lace pencil dress, perfectly tailored to flatter and accentuate your figure. Style with nude accessories to keep the look chic and effortless,” Forever New’s website describes it.