One of the unwritten rules of a wedding is don’t wear white, but one woman doesn’t appear to have got the memo.
The unnamed guest posted a photo to Wedding Bee asking people what they thought of her outfit choice – a white dress with tiny black polka dots.
She said: “Would a white dress with small black polka dots be okay to wear as a guest?
“It also comes in a black version with white dots.
“Would either of these be appropriate for a guest or should I stay away?”
The response has been overwhelmingly to stay away.
The white version of the dress by Boutique 1861, which costs £21, was deemed far too white, with the polka dots barely visible from far away.
Replying to the woman, one person commented: “No. No no no. NO. How could this possibly be ok?
“It’s A WHITE DRESS lol you can barely see the polka dots.
“Just don’t wear white for one friggen day, it’s not that hard.”
Agreeing, another person wrote: “I wonder how anyone could look at that almost entirely white dress and think it would be a good choice to wear to a wedding, but since you’re asking, NO.
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“Do not wear that dress to any wedding. A black dress with tiny white dots would be fine, depending on the formality of the event.”
A third wrote: “It’s literally ONE day. I find it extremely hard to believe the people who make these posts where white so often that they really can’t find anything else to wear for a wedding.
“Pick one of a billion other colors for one day.”
While the woman was slammed for wanting to wear the white, people have suggested the black dress may be suitable.
This person commented: “A black dress with tiny white dots is fine.
“Just don’t wear a predominantly white dress to a wedding. It’s not that hard.”
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