‘It was made for her’: Young lady tries late grandma’s 1950s honeymoon dress, amazes social media users

Images via Patti Sanchioni Waterbury‎ | Facebook
  • A young woman tried her late grandmother’s 1950s honeymoon dress, making social media users fall in love with the way it fits her perfectly because of her resemblance to the latter
  • In the Facebook group Weird Secondhand Finds That Just Need To Be Shared, Patti Sanchioni Waterbury‎ shared photos of her daughter while wearing her late mother’s honeymoon dress
  • Patti shared her parents got married in September 1954 and her mother, who was a seamstress, made her own honeymoon dress

Wearing your grandmother’s honeymoon dress nearly 70 years later is surely a wonderful experience–especially if you look a lot like her.

Image via Patti Sanchioni Waterbury‎ | Facebook

In the Facebook group Weird Secondhand Finds That Just Need To Be Shared, Patti Sanchioni Waterbury‎ shared photos of her daughter while wearing her late mother’s honeymoon dress. Well, thousands of people online fell in love with the way it fits the young lady perfectly because of her resemblance to her grandmom.

“First time posting! My mother and father were married in September of 1954. She was a seamstress and made her own honeymoon dress. My parents both have since passed away so we kept the dress in storage for all these years. My sister thought it would be neat to have my oldest daughter try the dress on and it fits her beautifully,” she wrote.

A lot of Facebook users commented on the post; saying it seems like the dress was actually made for the lovely lass.

“Your mom and daughter look so similar! That’s so awesome!” said Sophia Alyeska.

“She really needs to wear this. It is great on her,” Adriene O’Connor Grzenia remarked.

“It was made for her! What a awesome way to celebrate your mom!” Amy Willoughby commented.

As of the article’s posting, Patti’s post has already gotten more than 54,000 reactions; as well as hundreds of shares and thousands of comments. To think that the dress survived several decades is truly awesome!

Image via Patti Sanchioni Waterbury‎ | Facebook