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Post # 2
<br />Depending on the casualness of it, I think it’s fine. It’s definitley on the more casual side, but I think it could work if it’s not like a country club type vibe.
Post # 4
Looks good to me, especially for an outdoor wedding :).
Post # 5
If its a casual wedding then yes.
Post # 6
You could always “bling it up” with the right accessories…
Post # 7
As others have said, yes I think it would be ok if it’s a very casual wedding/reception and you have the right accessories.
As a 2nd photographer though, I’m questioning your ability to be able to move around easily in that. I know I would be having to “hold the dress up” as I walk around or go up/down stairs, etc. With having to photograph and move up and down and all around, would that long of a dress hinder your movement?
Post # 8
I know it’s an outdoor wedding but it looks really casual to me for a wedding. And the point sharksgrl99 makes about moving around as a photographer is a good one. I know that I struggle with my maxi dresses sometimes.
Post # 9
An outdoor wedding that is very casual, yes. Any other type of wedding, no.
Post # 10
It looks very casual and daytime. Not appropriate for a formal evening wedding. It’s a poly/spandex blend, which is basically jersey material.
Post # 11
It is a very casual wedding – no coats for the guys, just dress pants and ties. I might keep looking. I originally thought about this one because of the length to try and avoid any wardrobe issues taking pictures, but I hadn’t thought about it getting in the way. Thanks for pointing that out!
Post # 12
For a casual day time wedding its fine.
Post # 13
I think its perfectly acceptable and maxis are so comfortable!
Post # 14
Super cute, I’d go with it! I actually plan on going to JCP after work today, and may have to find that dress to buy myself!
Post # 15
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
If it’s a very casual dinner the dress is fine.