Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Woman Celebrated Her Divorce By Setting Her Wedding Dress On Fire.

"He was surprised that I was going to do it because I'm not really like that," McKee told Caters News.

"He joked that he should be in it and I could punch him or something, but I wanted it to be just me," she explains.

"He was surprised that I was going to do it because I'm not really like that," McKee told Caters News.

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The shoot took two hours, with McKee loving every minute of it.

"It was like my rebellion against the marriage, my way of saying I'm free," she admits.

The shoot took two hours, with McKee loving every minute of it.

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The Illinois resident wasn't done when she got her dressed dirty and ripped up.

She had more planned for her dress trashing photoshoot. McKee stripped down to her lingerie, cutting her dress even more.

The Illinois resident wasn't done when she got her dressed dirty and ripped up.

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"Trash the Dress," photoshoots have become increasingly popular among newlyweds.

Shortly after the wedding party, brides throw themselves into a pool or run into the ocean with their gown still on. Hence the term, trash the dress.

"Trash the Dress," photoshoots have become increasingly popular among newlyweds.

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When she finished cutting her dress, she threw it on a pile of rocks and doused it with the canister of petrol she had brought.

Naturally, she lit it on fire. Saying goodbye to a chapter in her life.

When she finished cutting her dress, she threw it on a pile of rocks and doused it with the canister of petrol she had brought.

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