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Wear it!1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
If she's told you its fine to wear it, then wear it. Its her f***ing wedding, who cares what other people think? But if they're uncertain terms, like they seem to be, really talk to her about it first and find out how she really feels
Have someone ask her if it bothers her that you are wearing that dress. If she also says no it does not bother her then wear it. as long as the dress is not completely white then that is ok
i know traditionally it is definately not proper etiquette to wear anything white to someone elses wedding...and I personally would never ruin someone elses day like that, my best friend spent like half an hour sobbing on my shoulder on her wedding day because her cousin had showed up in a dress the was white and wine... I just think its unfair on a bride..
But good house keeping has an artictle that goes through some traditional etiquette and more modern etiquette it addresses this issue saying:
"Old: Guests shouldn't wear white or black to a wedding.
New: In most circumstances, either is acceptable.
Peggy says: Yes, you can wear white, just as long as it doesn't look remotely bridal. And if you wear black, it should look chic, not funereal. Other considerations: time of day, location, and any rules of attire specified by religion (for example, no bare shoulders or low necklines)."
If I was you I would sit dow and talk to your sister she may says its OK because she probably knows you don't have the money to get a new dress etc but she could be secretly upset or angry about it...
but if it was me I just wouldn't be wearing anything white...
You can wear it if you want. If the dress was entirely white I'd say no way, but because it has grey in it then it's all right.
However, whenever I go to a wedding I tend to stay away from anything remotely white or light. I personally think it's more appropriate to wear darker colors.
I wouldn't wear it. It's almost completely white and that's a no-go for a wedding if you're not the bride...
I'm sorry, but it would be appropriate to wear another dress. But you don't necessarlily have to buy a new one, maybe you can borrow one or you find something else in your closet. But if you have to buy one - the prize doesn't matter, a cheap one will do! And buy something that's not too dressed up so you can wear it on other occasions as well.
I wouldn't wear it. It is her big day and would want to do anything that would cause any drama or make the bride upset I would go for another color dress.
to be honest if I was the bride I wouldn`t have someone also wearing a white dress
don`t wear it it`s her big day
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