Couples cross-dress to celebrate "White Day"
I hope everybody had a good and memorable "White Valentine's Day," which is also known as "White Day." And if you happened to be in Wuhan, China for the unofficial holiday and came across these six cross-dressing couples, I'm sure it was a day you won't be forgetting anytime soon.
For those of you unfamiliar with "White Day," it's a holiday celebrated in Taiwan, China, Japan, and South Korea one month after Valentine's Day. Usually men are expected to give return gifts to women, sometimes in the form of chocolate.
But these six couples have started their own offbeat "White Day" tradition by dressing like the opposite sex. As you can see from the pictures, the men dressed in white wedding gowns, while the women in the couples wore black and white tuxedos. And it sure looks like they had a lot of fun in their new threads.
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