Weddings are special, and seeing the bride walk down the aisle in a white flowing dress is something every guest look forward to.
However, people are confused if a guest can wear white to a wedding, after all, we are in the 21st century and fashion has evolved. So should the constant that the bride is the only one permitted to wear white at a wedding remain?.
Meanwhile, modern brides now opt for Off-white, light blush, champagne, and ivory dresses, other than the white flowing wedding dresses.
However, below are instances where white is acceptable as a wedding guest:
- The bride wants her bridal party in white and you are a bridesmaid.
- If you’re attending an all-white wedding, which would be specified on the invitation.
- If your outfit has a pattern with subtle hints of white.
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It’s almost a sign of respect to let the bride carry that tradition of white as her shade for every event leading up to the wedding.
The wedding day is a special day for the bride. She should be the cynosure of all eyes with her beautiful white dress.
You can save your white dress for an after-party but let the bride shine on her special day; she deserves it.
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