Post # 1
I recently got a beautiful white backless dress online from lightinthebox.com and would love to wear it to an upcoming wedding I am attending. The dress is classy, elegant, and perfect for a wedding. Too bad I’m not the bride 😛 Is it still faux pas for guests to wear white? Or is this tradition passe? Should I order another? Lightinthebox.com has so many to choose from I wouldnt mind.
Post # 3
It’s definitely still a faux pas to wear white to a wedding, especially solid white with no colored print or pattern.
Post # 4
Do not wear white to a wedding if you’re not the bride or it’s not Kim Kardashian’s black and white wedding.
Post # 5
- Wedding: October 2013 - The Down Town Club, Philadelphia
Hmm. it’s a beautiful dress, but I wouldn’t do it. I know it seems like an old-fashioned type of etiquette, but I wouldn’t want someone to wear white to my wedding. Would you?
Post # 6
Yeah I think you should order another.
Post # 7
I’m no fashion connouisseur, but that dress is great for a nightclub, not so much for a wedding. I’d look for something else.
Post # 8
it’s a great club dress but no.. i wouldn’t wear it to a wedding. You look great in it
Post # 9
DO NOT WEAR WHITE!!!!!!!!! It is still wrong to wear white. If you really want to I would say to check witht the bride and go from there.
Post # 10
Cute but put it back in the closet
Post # 11
Cute dress!! Do they have it in another color? This way you can rock the style but not be in white. 🙂
Post # 12
It looks kind of like an ice skating outfit. Not something for a wedding.
Post # 13
For sure get another dress. If your not the bride you shouldn’t have on all white
Post # 14
Uh buy another dress. Don’t wear white to a wedding
Post # 15
you’re cute but that’s not even a cute dress. i would take it to goodwill.
Post # 16
Personally, I couldn’t care less about what someone wears to my wedding, as long as they feel awesome in it. But if you do wear white, then try to stay out of photos with the bride – the eye is drawn to white in a photo, so she may not be too happy. Also, two people in white dresses standing next to each other could turn into an amorphous blob with two heads – which would be cool with me, not so much with someone else….