South Africa is among some of the many countries that recently announced a nationwide lockdown amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.
This has resulted in many people remaining indoors with some companies enforcing work-from-home policies.
But between keeping the children entertained and practising self-care, it can all become overwhelming.
This is why when American author Curtis Sittenfeld’s children asked her to wear her “wedding dress at lunch” she couldn’t think of a reason not to, The Sun reports.
The 44-year-old shared the moment with her followers on Twitter, sparking a trend of many women around the world pulling out their weddings gowns to spread some joy.
“Me either . . . alone at work,” another user named Marybeth Campbell captioned a picture of herself captured while at work in her wedding dress.
“Needed to train,” another woman captioned a snap of herself while attempting to get on her bicycle.
Check out some more of these special bridal gown moments that have flooded the timeline with happiness.
Day 7 of quarantine in my mom's basement, her wedding dress was all I could find to wear pic.twitter.com/5E9ECqaRHm— Diana Biggs (@DianacBiggs) March 25, 2020
Well.. I had to try mine. Got married in 2006 and I made this dress myself.— Carina Larsen (@carinalarsen76) March 25, 2020
I got the zipper up 2/3s and now it's stuck ???? I need help to get it off again.. ?? pic.twitter.com/V3abllcrMM
Ok. Day 10 in sweats. Time to up my game. And you can only imagine the wardrobe malfunction 38 years later ?? pic.twitter.com/BLoLhWx6AN— Eileen (@EileenBillinson) March 24, 2020
Me and hubby decided to try our 42 year old wedding outfits on last week - just for fun ?? mine still fits !!! pic.twitter.com/Usnh7hgH7L— sue redding (@redding_sue) March 25, 2020