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Post # 3
I dunno. I think it’s cute, but maybe a bit skimpy. I mean it is a December wedding…with tights and/or a wrap I think it’d be fine though.
Post # 4
It’s so cute! I’m assuming that the party is a formal-ish evening affair. If that’s the case, I like it and I also agree with @lola2011 that it would benefit from a wrap.
Post # 5
@cmitche6: i tried it on and it goes to my knees, being 5’3″, but how is the color?
Post # 6
Color wise I think you’re good to go.
Post # 7
I dont think there is any way the bride could be offended by this. Approved in my book!
Post # 8
I say if you’re unsure, run it by her. I wouldn’t wear any shade of white to a wedding, I find it tacky.
Post # 9
personally, i wouldn’t wear it because the beige looks a little too close to ivory. also, if it’s in a church, you should have a cardigan or pashmina or something to cover your shoulders.
Post # 10
I wouldn’t be offended at all if someone came to my wedding wearing that. Its not white and its not like the whole thing is beige so I say go for it.
Post # 11
It’s fine! But wear black opaque tights underneath. You’ll feel more appropriate, and it’ll be cute. If you get too hott at the reception take them off, but better safe then sorry.
Post # 12
i like it, i think it would look awesome with some black tights and heels
Post # 13
I think it looks super cute! I wouldnt be insulted at all – then again I dont see the big deal with someone wearing white to my wedding – someone did and I didnt care. Besides – its not white and its not even all beige. Go for it!!
Post # 14
color wise i think it’s totally fine. It looks more nude than ivory or white.
Post # 15
I don’t see any problem with it. I’m usually cautious about wearing a dress that would appear to be white in photos taken the way most pictures are taken (waist up), or are completely white. There’s enough black on that dress that it’s clearly not trying to compete with the bride.
Post # 16
I think it’s fine. Wouldn’t bother me at all to see someone dressed in that at my wedding.