Post # 1
I am going to my Fiance’s cousins wedding in 2 weeks and thinking about wearing this dress (see below). It is white and black, do you think its appropriate considering the rule of not wearing white to a wedding. it has a black lace design on it, so i think it would be okay, just want everyones opinion!
Post # 2
If you’re legs are of similar length, I’d say that is way too short, to wear to a wedding, no matter what color it is.
Post # 3
It’s very pretty, but I’d say it’s too much white.
Post # 4
PABride: +10000000. Too short. I also think it’s too white.
Post # 5
Agree with PPs – too much white and way too short.
Post # 6
I don’t think it’s too white. But it is too short if you are of similar height as the model.
Post # 7
Ashley029: There are so many other choices out there. I would choose something else.
Post # 8
i am not the height of the model, im 5’2′ so it appears a lil longer on me
Post # 9
i thought the rule was “dont wear white because it could resemble a wedding dress” however this dress is no where close to looking like a wedding dress
Post # 10
Ashley029: It’s pretty short, but not too white. Honestly, I didn’t even notice what my guests wore. I doubt the bride will care about your dress. 🙂
Post # 11
these days i do see people wear mostly white or off white dresses to weddings. but i wouldn’t.
Post # 12
I think the rule is only the bride wears white!
I woudn’t wear it to a wedding- too short, not dressy enough, and too white. I wouldn’t want to offend anyone. But then again, I wouldn’t care if someone wore it to my wedding (if it was semi-formal).
Post # 13
well i’m wearing it, it shouldnt offend anyone lol and its dressy its a bcbg dress, dressy doesnt have to mean a long ball gown…its classy
Post # 14
Why did you bother asking then? It’s too white and a bride might think differently. I think it’s dressy just not appropriate color wise for a wedding. I don’t understand that out of all the styles and colors of the rainbow people can’t stay away from white on one day where it is questionable!
if you had to ask you obviously cared.
Post # 15
Why even bother to ask if you’re going to do it anyway?