Cassie Randolph’s ‘Bachelor’ Breakup Dress Has Fans Freaking Out

'The Bachelor' frontrunner got all dressed up in a sparkling silver mini-dress to break Colton Underwood's heart.

Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph on 'The Bachelor.'
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'The Bachelor' frontrunner got all dressed up in a sparkling silver mini-dress to break Colton Underwood's heart.

Cassie Randolph got all decked out to dump The Bachelor. Cassie — who is currently feeling the wrath of Bachelor Nation after breaking the heart of Colton Underwood during the couple’s overnight date in Portugal — wore a dress that caused quite a frenzy on Twitter.

For her most gut-wrenching scene ever with Bachelor star Colton Underwood, Cassie Randolph wore a silver ribbed metallic mini-dress in an off shoulder style, per Big Blonde Hair. The bodycon Akira dress is currently sold out on the brand’s website, but it was only $49.90 when it was in stock. Incidentally, the dress is unfortunately named “Another Fabulous Day,” which is the exact opposite of the type of day Cassie had when she wore it to say goodbye to The Bachelor. Cassie also seemed uncomfortable in the dress, one which she kept pulling up at the top — even though it was an off shoulder.

It’s no surprise that Bachelor fans had very mixed feelings on Cassie Randolph’s “send myself home” style. While some viewers demanded to know where they can find Cassie’s silver dress, others thought it looked like something you could scrub pots and pans with. A few fans even thought the dress looked like it was made of medieval chain mail. And many fans questioned why Cassie would get glammed up in a sparkling party dress to break the heart of ABC’s leading man — just as he was about to invite her to stay overnight with him in the Fantasy Suite.

You can see some reactions to Cassie Randolph’s breakup dress below.

Incidentally, it’s not surprising that Cassie Randolph only spent $50 on her Bachelor breakup dress. Longtime fans of the ABC reality franchise know that contestants on the show are required to pull their outfits together without professional wardrobe help — only the lead gets that.


According to Fashionista, women on The Bachelor are told to bring enough dresses for 10 rose ceremonies. There are guidelines that the women are given, such as no “stripes, small checkered patterns, big patterns, and solid white,” but — for the most part — the female contestants can wear whatever they want to dates and to rose ceremonies. An insider told Fashionista that Bachelor producers would never tell a woman her dress is “ugly,” but they would tell a contestant if her outfit was not translating well on camera.

You can see Cassie Randolph — and her dress — as she breaks up with Colton Underwood in the video below.

The Bachelor finale airs next Monday on ABC.