White Dresses at a Wedding: Love or Hate?
The old rule is that it is rude to wear white to someone else’s wedding. The bride should be the only person wearing white. But Kim Kardashian recently let all of her bridesmaids and guests break this rule. For her wedding, Kim Kardashain asked all of her guests to wear black and white, and her bridesmaids all wore stunning white dresses. Many people are now wondering if the old rule is still relevant.
When to go white…
If you are a bride who is daring and confident, white bridesmaid dresses may be for you. This look bends the rules and takes some of the attention off of the bride. Allowing your guests to wear white is even more of a risk. This move suggests that you are extremely confident. This look can work if it meshes with your overall theme. For instance, Kim Kardashian had a black and white theme.
When to skip the white…
If you are traditional, you should be the only person wearing white, which symbolizes purity, virtue, happiness and joy. If you like the black and white theme, you could have the bridesmaids and guest wear black dresses and accessorize with white. This would keep the attention on your gown and compile with traditional styles.
When guests can wear white…
As a guest, only wear white if the bride says to. Many people still believe that wearing white to a wedding is tacky and rude. However, if the bride asks the guests to show up in certain attire, it is typically best to listen to the bride’s instructions.
If you like white bridesmaid dresses, you can find a variety of options available online and in stores. Styles range from simple cocktail dresses to full-length, fully embellished gowns.
Tell us, do you love or hate the idea of white bridesmaid gowns?
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