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    Quote Originally Posted by Melting Mayo View Post
    After looking at it, when compared to white it's almost pale yellow?? I realllly want to wear it. Especially cos I just realised my back up dress is not compatible with bfing bras I'm not close to bride at all, and it's Darwin do the wedding is just down at the local sailing club so will be quite chillaxed attire....
    Looks great!

    I'd wear it, but maybe still get a little bolero in a bright colour or something? Just to detract from the impression of white

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    Looks lovely! But I would still get a coloured clutch/bag and shoes. Maybe even look into a bright belt.

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    Nope, I'd definitely not wear that.
    Unfortunately because of the Kate and Wills, lace is back in fashion for bridal dresses and vintage is also highly fashionable.

    It's a GORGEOUS dress, but definitely a risky one to wear to a wedding. So I'd have to say no. Unless you wore a bright coloured cardie or something over the top and didn't take it off.
    It sounds a bit silly but I'd be a bit peeved if someone showed up to my wedding wearing white. It's traditional that only the bride wears white, or anything even close.
    The only time I've ever seen someone wear white to a wedding was a friend's sister who did it specifically to p!ss her sister off. Wasn't a good look for her .

    (Edit to add: I know it's not really WHITE as such, but too close for comfort imo. Better to err on the side of caution in my books).
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    I'd wear it but team it with a colored shrug and accessories. 'fun' it up I guess lol.

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    I had several people wear white to my wedding, it didn't bother me but every bride is different.

    Oh except for BIL's GF who wore a skintight mini white dress with bright blue g-string underneath for everyone to see - scrag....so inappropriate for a wedding.

    I do think your dress would be ok if teamed with colored accessories to break up the light colour

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    I would wear it
    I have worn a dress similar to that to 2 weddings. The bride is going to be the centre of attention no matter what, so I don't see wearing a dress in any colour to be a problem. That is just me though.

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    I would wear that to a wedding, add some colourful accessories and it will look great.

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    I wouldn't.

    It looks very similar to the wedding dress my friend is wearing for their ceremonies. Looks quite bridal to me.

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    I wore it! Felt good in it too there were about 5 other girls that wore white!!!

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