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Jodie Gordon ‘horrified’ as her J’Aton Couture wedding dress goes up for sale online at deep discount

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Jodie Gordon’s wedding dress has reportedly appeared on an online second-hand clothing market.

The At home and away The 37-year-old star married her now-ex-husband Breit Anastas in 2012 in a $70,000 J’Aton Couture gown that featured beading and vintage lace France.

In accordance with The Daily Telegraphjodi’s dress was recently listed on Still White, an online pre-owned wedding dress site, for a heavily discounted $20,000.

Jodie Gordon, 37, was reportedly “horrified” after her J’Aton Couture wedding dress from her doomed marriage to Breit Anastas, 40, was put up for sale online at a deep discount. (Pictured together in happy times)

It is not known who put the dress up for sale. The listing was reportedly removed after the publication contacted Still White.

Jodi was reportedly “horrified” to learn of the list when she contacted the publication.

Likewise, J’Aton designers were apparently “surprised” by the discounted listing when the publication brought it to their attention.

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The Home and Away star married her now ex-husband wearing a $70,000 J’Aton Couture gown with intricate hand beading and vintage lace from France. (Pictured: Jodie in her dress on the cover of Woman’s Day, October 2012)

According to The Daily Telegraph , Jodi's dress was recently listed on Still White, an online site for second-hand wedding dresses, for a significantly reduced price of $20,000.  (Pictured: Listing post on Still White)

According to The Daily Telegraph , Jodi's dress was recently listed on Still White, an online site for second-hand wedding dresses, for a significantly reduced price of $20,000.  (Pictured: Listing post on Still White)

The listing was reportedly removed after the publication contacted Still White

The listing was reportedly removed after the publication contacted Still White

According to The Daily Telegraph , Jodi’s dress was recently listed on Still White, an online pre-owned wedding dress site, for a heavily discounted price of $20,000

Meanwhile, Jodie’s stylist Kelly Smythe told the paper the listing was a hoax, claiming she owns the dress after the actress passed it on to her years ago.

I actually have the dress in our archive,” she said, insisting that she actually “dusted it off” and admired the beauty of the outfit only yesterday.

Jodie married retired footballer Breit Anasta in October 2012 in a lavish Balinese ceremony in front of 120 guests.

Jodi was reportedly

Jodi was reportedly

Jodi was reportedly “horrified” to learn of the list when she contacted the publication

Jodie's stylist Kelly Smythe (pictured) meanwhile told the paper the listing was a hoax, claiming she owns the dress after the actress passed it on to her years ago

Jodie's stylist Kelly Smythe (pictured) meanwhile told the paper the listing was a hoax, claiming she owns the dress after the actress passed it on to her years ago

Jodie’s stylist Kelly Smythe (pictured) meanwhile told the paper the listing was a hoax, claiming she owns the dress after the actress passed it on to her years ago

The blushing bride’s beautiful dress reportedly took six months and 300 hours to create.

“The dress for us had to be simple, but not plain and boring, as Jodie always wanted her dream dress, not something she could buy off the shelf,” said a spokesperson for J’Aton. News Corp at that time.

The couple had a daughter, Aleya, in 2014, but they broke up at the end of 2015.

The blushing bride's beautiful dress reportedly took six months and 300 hours to create.  (Pictured: Jodi and Breit in 2011)

The blushing bride's beautiful dress reportedly took six months and 300 hours to create.  (Pictured: Jodi and Breit in 2011)

The blushing bride’s beautiful dress reportedly took six months and 300 hours to create. (Pictured: Jodi and Breit in 2011)

Source: | dailymail.co.uk


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