In terms of, would you say that the lady who is well-dressed is 'wrong' or other people are just jealous?
This has not happened to me by the way. I am just curious because everywhere I go I outshine others. And then people hate on me :(.
I don't mean to do it. Like I was thinking of wearing a necklace to a major event but I know no one else will and then everyone's going to glare at me.
Most Helpful Guy
You know, I find this to be highly cultural and dependent on age. Like young weddings in the southeastern US, this would cause jealousy because there seems to be a thing against "stealing a bride's thunder". Like you don't outdress her, you don't announce your own pregnancy/engagement etc.
However, here on the west coast at an older wedding (I'd say age 30+), no one would even notice.0
Most Helpful Girl
Well, what you're talking about is on a person WEDDING DAY. The bride is supposed to gain the attention. It's not so much of jealousy. But dressing appropriately for the wedding. Bridesmaids dress in the manner that compliments the bride and fits the oral theme of the wedding. It is HER day. And that also includes the day of her soon to be husband. You don't need to dress flashy if you're a guess. But do dress professionally and modestly. Overall. If you don't know how weddings work, I won't or can blame you for not knowing. The point is at any other time and event OTHER than a wedding, dress the way that makes you comfortable and speaks you modestly. Some people are jealous. But that is because you got something they don't have, not so much of looks.2