Post # 1
So I bought this dress for my friends bridal shower (it’s a chic dress theme shower). I want to wear it again and I thought I could maybe wear it to an outdoor wedding in May if I wore a colored cardigan and colored shoes… but is that enough to tone down the white? Should I just say it’s cute for the shower but not for any wedding? I just love the dress but don’t want to be “that girl in white” at a wedding…
Post # 3
I would say if you have a buttoned cardigan over it, and you keep the cardigan on, it’d be okay. But as soon as the cardigan comes off because you’re warm from dancing or whatever, it gets no so okay, IMO. At least if the bride is the type to fuss over that sort of thing.
Post # 4
I guess it depends on the bride. I personally would not care, but I know that there are a lot of brides who would. My advice is that if you have to ask, then don’t do it!
Post # 5
Well I actually think it is a really cute… and I wouldnt be offended at all if someone wore it to my wedding… I might wanna know were you got it.. but since it is not all white and it is a more casual dress i really dont see why it would be a problem … when i think no white dresses… i think like solid white or a very formal style dress that is mainly white
Post # 6
Its cute, but too white. Just find something that doesnt have any white in it at all
Post # 7
Def bring a cardigan but the dress is cute. I’d wear it and accessorize it accordingly. There is alot of white on that dress.
Post # 8
with a cardigan it would be fine. but dont take it off 🙂
Post # 9
personally, i wouldn’t do it.
Post # 10
i wont do it but i will advice u to ask the bride… she will let u know.
Post # 11
perspnally i think its too white
Post # 13
- Wedding: May 2010 - Victorian Gardens of Two Sisters
Honestly I think it’s fine. It’s really cute and doesn’t look bridal at all. Yeah, it’s white, but the pattern is substantial enough to make it acceptable IMO. ‘Specially with a cardigan.
Post # 14
I always go by that rule: if I ask myself if it’s ok to wear something, it’s probably not… What I mean is, if I had doubts to begin with, I’ll probably end up not enjoying myself as much as I could have at the reception because I keep thinking about if my choice was right or not, if people are judging, etc.
So more for this reason than for the dress itself, I wouldn’t wear it.
Post # 15
Well it’s not totally white, it has the black and grey polka dots so i guess it’s fine. I wouldn’t mind if someone wore that to my wedding. It’s actually really cute.
Post # 16
I think it is too white for a wedding. It may be fine with a cardigan (but I’d still say to look for a new dress), but there is also a decent chance you’ll want to take the cardigan off to be more comfortable at the reception with dancing, lots of people, etc. – again leaving you too white for a wedding.