(Closed) Is this okay to wear to a wedding?

posted 3 years ago in Guests
Post # 2
1385 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2017

I honestly would avoid colors like this because a bride could possibly wear a dress that color. But it’s hard to tell what color it is exactly…is it blush or cream colored?

Post # 4
2847 posts
Sugar bee

No. Buy something else.

Post # 5
2610 posts
Sugar bee

I’d avoid it if possible, especially since blush is a popular bridal colour lately. Blush can also photograph VERY close to white and look more white in certain lighting. 

Post # 6
656 posts
Busy bee

Nope. My wedding dress has a very similiar colour incorporated and my bridesmaid dresses are essentially that colour. Would I be mad? No not at all; but many brides would be. It’s a pretty common bridal colour now.

Post # 7
566 posts
Busy bee

I personally think this’s fine, but just to be safe.. why not save it either for the day before or after the wedding. It’s a pretty dress for vegas!

Post # 8
587 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2019

I personally wouldn’t wear that shade, but I don’t think you’ll come across as upstaging the bride. I’d recommend pairing it with a belt in a bright shade like one of these, or velvet fuschia if you can find it:



You could also do tassel earrings in yellow, fuschia, or periwinkle and equally bold colored shoes and clutch. That way you’ll look more springtime than neutral ๐Ÿ™‚ 

Post # 9
3286 posts
Sugar bee

If you have to ask then it is a no.

Post # 10
1525 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

I would avoid anything in that nude/white/blush/champagne color scheme- its too bridal

Post # 11
10315 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

It’s a no from me based on color and general frump level. Maybe with a belt and a jacket it would look better but it’s not showing great on the model.

Post # 12
3423 posts
Sugar bee

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zupy111 :  Maybe it’s a cliché, but when I think of Vegas, I think of sparkly, a bit OTT.  Maybe you could consider other options? 


Post # 13
310 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

Rule of thumb: if you feel like you need to ask, then you shouldn’t wear it. I think this is too close to white for the actual day, but fine for any other night in Vegas. I agree with PP though…I don’t care for the fit of this dress on the model. If it looks bad on the model, it’s a high likelihood that it’ll look worse IRL. 

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