Disappointed bride-to-be discovers the dress she ordered online looks VERY different [Video]

A bride-to-be was left disappointed after the wedding dress she ordered online looked nothing like the photograph. 

Meaghan Taylor, 23, from Stratford, Prince Edward Island, Canada, bought the $100 second-hand wedding dress from a private seller on e-commerce platform Wish.  

The accompanying photo showed a stunning princess-style wedding gown with lace sleeves and an elegant v-neck. 

But when the dress arrived, Meaghan discovered it was an ill-fitting frock that bunched up when she put it on. 

The mother-of-one, who is planning to marry fiance Keith Reid, 30, next summer, said: 'I was blown away by what I received. 

'It looked nothing like the photo when I ordered it. I was pretty heartbroken, but I couldn't help but laugh.'

Meaghan said she contacted the private seller on Wish who initially refused to give her a refund.

She added: 'I did ask for my money back. But they had told me I needed the original packaging and the box it …

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