Post # 2
That’s fine. No one will mistake you for the bride unleas she is wearing a cocktail dress too. NY&Co is not a luxurious brand, so I doubt the actual fabric from a far will even look remotely bridal. Ivd wear black shoes and accessories.
Post # 3
Personally, I wouldn’t. That is quite a lot of white. But I do tend to err on the side of caution with wedding wear. I’m sure most brides would think it was OK.
Post # 4
Cute dress, but I think it’s a bit too white for a wedding.
Post # 6
I think its a lot of white. I don’t think anyone will think you are the bride but I just feel like it’s too much white for me to be comfortable with.
Post # 7
I don’t think anyone will confuse you for the bride, but I wouldn’t wear it. If you have no other dress, I would add a black sweater or jacket.
Post # 8
Super cute! I think its just fine =)
Post # 1
I wanted some opinion if this dress is appropriate to wear for a wedding. I am concerned it is too white. When I bought it, I did not realize the back was all white. What do you think? Is it inappropriate?
sorry I could not save the picture, so i included the link.
Post # 10
nutmeg5512: It’s fine. It clearly not a bridal dress
Post # 11
Me personally I wouldn’t care as the bride… it’s more the fact that you will get looks and comments from other guests of “doesn’t she know better?” since it is stark white.
Post # 12
I wouldn’t care as the bride, someone wore something similar at my wedding. But as a guest, I like to stay on the safe side so I probably wouldn’t wear it since it does have quite a bit of white.
Post # 13
I think you might get a few sideways glances with that much white…
Post # 14
nutmeg5512: too much white. like others have said..I *personally* would give you a bit of “side-eye” for wearing that.
Post # 15
No one will mistake you for the bride, but I wouldn’t wear it. I think it would be safer if you wore a different dress.
Post # 16
nutmeg5512: I’d say too much white. There are plenty of alternatives.