Post # 1
I am going to a wedding of a close friend, and I’by not a bridesmaid, although the bride said I can ride in the limo with them to venue etc, stay the night at her house before wedding etc.. And my boyfriend is the groomsmen.
I am in my mid 20s and prefer longer dresses than short ones to a wedding. I asked the bride what color the party is wearing and it’s not the same as my dress although she said she wouldn’t care. She’s a sweetheart of a friend and bride to be. The wedding invite didnt have a dress code, and will be held at a brewery.
I bought this dress, NO v-cut like picture but flat straight chest cover, more jewels aroud the chest and in royal blue color, much darker than picture but exactly same style would it be alight to wear ?
Post # 3
@Pasha380: I think it’s pretty!
Post # 4
I feel like it may be a little too formal, being floor length and all. What time is the ceremony at? If it’s an evening ceremony, it might be more appropriate. I would only be concerned you might look overdressed versus other guests. But I do think it’s a pretty dress, especially in the royal blue you described.
Post # 5
@Pasha380: The dress is gorgeous. However, as a guest, I would only wear that style of dress to a formal, evening wedding.
Post # 7
The chruch is aroud 3 I’m coming in with a nice shirt and pants..
Dinner will be held at 7pm, to late at night to hotels. Her bridesmaids are wearing short grey-purple satin dresses. I already bought and can’t return it :/
Post # 8
It’s all about how you play your accessories. Instead of formal earings, I would wear blue (or some other solid color) costume style earlings (nothing blingy) and wear wedges instead of dressy heels.
Post # 9
Way too formal…go with something a little shorter.
Post # 10
It looks too formal for a brewery wedding, especially if the bridesmaids dresses are short, you are going to look more formal than them…
Post # 11
Thanks y’all, I’ll check with the MOH before the date 🙂