After Morgan Stewart’s Crop Top Wedding Dress, Stassi Schroeder Admits Scheana Shay Started A Trend

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May 9 2016, Updated 10:41 a.m. ET

When Scheana Shay (née Marie) got married to Mike Shay in February 2015, she walked down the aisle in a crop-top wedding dress. The Vanderpump Rules star’s unconventional choice resulted in a lot of opinions, both good and bad. One person who was very vocal about Scheana’s dress was Stassi Schroeder. Stassi, who wasn’t invited to the wedding since she and Scheana were not friends then, actually made fun of Scheana’s wedding dress and described it as “skanky” when she saw photos of it.

Now, however, Stassi is eating her words. After Rich Kids of Beverly Hills’ Morgan Stewart got married to Brendan Fitzpatrick on Saturday wearing a crop-top wedding dress, Stassi declared that she was wrong. Not only that, Stassi praised Scheana for being so original and starting a trend.

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Someone asked Stassi how she feels about Morgan’s wedding dress. Stassi replied on Sunday that she’s proud of Scheana, with whom she’s now good friends with, for being so original and starting a trend. Stassi admitted that she was wrong with her original view on crop-top wedding dresses.

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Scheana retweeted Stassi’s tweet.

Last season on Vanderpump Rules, Stassi Schroeder made some nasty comments after being shown photos of Scheana Shay’s wedding. Stassi laughed at Scheana’s dress and commented that it looks like something worn at a “skanky girl’s quinceanera.” As the Inquisitr reported, SUR boss Lisa Vanderpump, who still has an uneasy relationship with Stassi, quickly dismissed Stassi’s comments after that scene was aired. Lisa tweeted that anyone who has anything negative to say about Scheana’s “gorgeous” dress and “perfect” day was obviously jealous.

Scheana’s wedding dress was made by her aunt. Scheana’s wedding planner told the Knot that Scheana had no interest in wearing a traditional wedding gown.

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“Her dress, without a doubt, was uniquely Scheana. She had no desire to be in a traditional wedding gown, and instead opted for a crop top gown. The gown was actually made by her aunt and it included removable straps. She kept the straps down for the ceremony and then pulled them up for the reception so that she could have fun without pulling her top up all night.”

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On Monday morning, Morgan Stewart clarified that she wore a separate top and bottom.

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She added that she took inspiration for her Badgley Mischka lace crop top from Grace Kelly.

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Morgan and Brendan Fitzpatrick’s wedding actually took place at the same venue that Mike and Scheana Shay got married at Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Santa Susana, California.

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Later on during her wedding night, Morgan changed into a mini skirt.

Back in February, Morgan told Brides that she wanted to wear something different for her big day.

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“Listen I’ve tried on so many dresses and a lot of them are so bleeping awful and so cheap looking and all of the sudden they all start to look like the same dress. I would love to wear a silk white pant suit down the aisle and do a veil.”

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She also spoke about her intended guest list.

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“We want to keep it to 150 guests. We invited only people who we really care about.”

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Those 150 guests included Morgan Stewart and Brendan Fitzpatrick’s Rich Kids of Beverly Hills co-stars Dorothy Wang, Jonny Drubel, and EJ Johnson.

[Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images]

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