No-One Can Decide If This Dress Is Wedding-Appropriate
Everyone knows the absolute, number one, never-to-be-broken rule when it comes to attending a wedding: Do not, under any circumstances, wear a white dress.
That colour is for the bride, and the bride alone, to rep that day - unless they pull a K-Middy and dress their bridesmaids in white too, obviously.
But, if we're being realistic, it's not just white that's off-limits.
Cream and champagne shades, anything on the slightly too-nude shade of pink, black dresses, red dresses, anything that little bit too short; dressing for a wedding is truly a minefield.
So what about a white dress with a red pattern? Yay or nay? Because one reddit user is truly flummoxed as to whether or not her wedding-appropriate dress is actually wedding-appropriate.
"Is this dress too white to wear as a guest to a wedding?" Honeycomehome asked, before being inundated with answers that probably haven't helped in the slightest.
Some users were firmly in the better-safe-than-sorry-camp:
While others are 100 per cent done with tradition and were all "you go live your life, girl."
So what do you think? Is white a total no-go when it comes to a wedding? Does anyone actually notice when you wear white as a guest?
And do GUYS ever have this problem?!
Same, LC. Same.
Image of dress courtesy of ModCloth