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Post # 3
I honestly probably wouldn’t.
Post # 4
I don’t think I would either, sorry.
Post # 5
I personally wouldn’t care if someone wore that to my wedding, however, as a guest I probably wouldn’t wear it just to be safe.
Post # 6
I wouldnt only because it doesnt look dressy enough.
Post # 7
I think it’s fine, especially if you’re wearing a navy cardigan over it, but it’s possible the bride might have a problem with it. Picking a different dress is the probably the best thing to do.
Post # 8
It’s a really cute dress (and would look great with a navy cardigan IMO), but I probably wouldn’t wear it to a wedding either. It’s a littttle on the casual side, and it’s a little too white for me.
Post # 9
I wouldn’t wear it, and while I wouldn’t necessarily CARE if someone did to mine, I would secretly wonder WHY they did it anyway.
Post # 10
Too casual for a wedding.
Post # 11
- Wedding: May 2014 - Royalton White Sands
I wouldn’t wear it either.
Post # 12
I think it’s fine if you wear the navy cardigan with it.
Post # 13
I wouldn’t wear it, sorry. And if a guest wore it to my wedding, I would wonder why they hated me.
Post # 14
Ok thanks guys! ill take it back but it is a casual wedding anyway! but i understand the to white thing.
Post # 15
I think it’s fine if the wedding isnt formal at all (ie: beach, barn, etc). Then again, I wasnt the type of bride who cared if a guest wore white or cream or whatever. Why dont you ask the bride? Many guests asked me about their outfits…
Post # 16
@jacklakin: To me, it looks too short and too light-colored. How casual is the wedding? And how close are you to the bride – maybe you can ask her?