Social norm? or tradition?

I was reading some "takes" on here, especially about weddings. Women wearing "white" as a symbol of purity (while the other bridesmaids wear other funky colors like Fuchsia, or teal, or whatever else. While men are to wear white tux.

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**Black Tux** Why are we required to wear a black tux?

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  • White wedding gowns were popularized by Queen Victoria when she married Prince Albert. Black tuxedos are also a carry over from Victorian formalwear. That's why they have tails.

    Obviously you can choose to keep or toss as many wedding traditions as you like during your wedding. I recently read an article all about black wedding dresses if that gives you an idea of how far we're moving from tradition.

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What Girls Said 2

  • It's tradition. A lot of people aren't following thst for more modern brides

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  • I am not really understanding what the question is exactly?

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What Guys Said 1

  • Do what you want... it's your wedding...

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