People are left divided after spotting strange detail in couple's wedding photo

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By Nasima Khatun

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People have been left divided after spotting a strange detail in a photo from a couple's wedding.

Now, getting married is a pretty stressful thing regardless of how well you prepare for it. There's just so much to think about, the outfits, the make-up, the guests, not to mention all the other little things that could potentially go wrong on the special day.

But even with all that planning, sometimes you've just got to go with the flow as one man did on his wedding day, though it's not been received too well by social media.

And it's safe to say nobody could agree on whether it was right or wrong...

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One wedding has left people divided. (stock image) Credit: Kobus Louw/Getty Images

This groom decided that he would be pairing his formal suit with a pair of black Crocs - a shoe typically worn by nurses or people pottering about in their gardens - which left many scratching their heads, especially after seeing the bride dressed in the most beautiful, white satin gown.

The image was posted to Reddit alongside the caption "Imagine you get ready for 3 hours and your groom shows up in crocs", which elicited a lot of strong reactions from people.

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"Unless he's the CEO of Crocs there is no excuse for this," wrote one user, while another joked: "At least he is showing her some respect by wearing them in sport mode."

One added: "He's wearing a suit, so to be generous, maybe he has a problem with his feet that means he can't wear proper footwear. Surely no-one, no matter how casual in style, voluntarily leaves the house in Crocs?"

However, not everyone was against the casual footwear.

"No one would notice the crocs if people didn’t point them out. Also who cares as long as the bride was fine with it. Also maybe the shoes were left at the hotel/house/etc. He also could have some sort of foot or ankle injury where hard dress shoes hurt it more," wrote this Reddit user.

"The older I get the more hostile I become to discomfort," another added. "At this point I'm thrilled to see someone in Crocs at their wedding. I wish more people had the confidence to choose function and comfort over attractiveness and social norms... Choosing comfort is my mountain to die on."

"Let the man get married in something comfortable," this user urged. "My wife could have shown up in a potato sack barefoot for all I cared, she is there to marry me, not for a fashion show."

Others stated that they needed more context to properly judge the situation.

"I hope it’s an inside joke between the two of them and she’s also wearing crocs? I can’t see her feet so idk!" this user pointed out and some other people also agreed with the idea, emphasizing that it could be an inside joke between the pair.

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Social media users were divided over a man wearing Crocs to his wedding. Credit: GordonsLife/Getty

Do you like the idea of wearing Crocs at a wedding?

Featured Image Credit: Os Tartarouchos/Getty

People are left divided after spotting strange detail in couple's wedding photo

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By Nasima Khatun

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People have been left divided after spotting a strange detail in a photo from a couple's wedding.

Now, getting married is a pretty stressful thing regardless of how well you prepare for it. There's just so much to think about, the outfits, the make-up, the guests, not to mention all the other little things that could potentially go wrong on the special day.

But even with all that planning, sometimes you've just got to go with the flow as one man did on his wedding day, though it's not been received too well by social media.

And it's safe to say nobody could agree on whether it was right or wrong...

wedding couple
One wedding has left people divided. (stock image) Credit: Kobus Louw/Getty Images

This groom decided that he would be pairing his formal suit with a pair of black Crocs - a shoe typically worn by nurses or people pottering about in their gardens - which left many scratching their heads, especially after seeing the bride dressed in the most beautiful, white satin gown.

The image was posted to Reddit alongside the caption "Imagine you get ready for 3 hours and your groom shows up in crocs", which elicited a lot of strong reactions from people.

Credit: Reddit

"Unless he's the CEO of Crocs there is no excuse for this," wrote one user, while another joked: "At least he is showing her some respect by wearing them in sport mode."

One added: "He's wearing a suit, so to be generous, maybe he has a problem with his feet that means he can't wear proper footwear. Surely no-one, no matter how casual in style, voluntarily leaves the house in Crocs?"

However, not everyone was against the casual footwear.

"No one would notice the crocs if people didn’t point them out. Also who cares as long as the bride was fine with it. Also maybe the shoes were left at the hotel/house/etc. He also could have some sort of foot or ankle injury where hard dress shoes hurt it more," wrote this Reddit user.

"The older I get the more hostile I become to discomfort," another added. "At this point I'm thrilled to see someone in Crocs at their wedding. I wish more people had the confidence to choose function and comfort over attractiveness and social norms... Choosing comfort is my mountain to die on."

"Let the man get married in something comfortable," this user urged. "My wife could have shown up in a potato sack barefoot for all I cared, she is there to marry me, not for a fashion show."

Others stated that they needed more context to properly judge the situation.

"I hope it’s an inside joke between the two of them and she’s also wearing crocs? I can’t see her feet so idk!" this user pointed out and some other people also agreed with the idea, emphasizing that it could be an inside joke between the pair.

Crocs
Social media users were divided over a man wearing Crocs to his wedding. Credit: GordonsLife/Getty

Do you like the idea of wearing Crocs at a wedding?

Featured Image Credit: Os Tartarouchos/Getty