In one wedding dress there is an ugly hole in the center of the waistband.
This hole is the result of a faulty seamstress, and in a couple of other dresses the hole is also a result of the seamstress not understanding the sewing instructions.
Now, the problem has caused the bride’s dress to be torn in half.
The problem, though, was caused by the seamstresses.
In a story published Thursday by The Washington Post, the bride, who was unaware of the hole in her dress, described the dress as a “wedding gift” from her grandmother.
She said the dress was “a beautiful, simple dress,” but when she put it on, it was “not comfortable.”
The dress was designed to be worn at the wedding.
It was designed by a seamstress named Elizabeth.
In order to create a seam, Elizabeth placed the fabric in a pattern of stitches on a machine.
The stitching then moved down the dress, eventually landing in the hole.
Elizabeth then made the dress herself, then gave it to her grandmother, who cut it and sewed it.
The hole in that dress is now visible on the fabric, which can be seen in the photo below.
The Washington Post article reported that Elizabeth has been fined $250 by the National Labor Relations Board and was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service, pay a $25 fine and perform 500 hours of unpaid labor for each day she was in violation of the Labor Code.
Elizabeth has until April 5 to submit an explanation of her actions to the National Labour Relations Board.
If she does not do so by then, the penalty would be increased to $300 per day.