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    Now I'm stressing that I've done the wrong thing by buying it. I never even thought of it. I better go ask my sister if she's cool with it! Eek!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterIsComing View Post
    Well it's more a peachy cream than white cream.
    I think it's ok ? I was thinking about a white patterned dress with a pink shimmering cardigan. But now I am ditching the idea I really want to wear that shimmering pink cardi but have nothing to wear underneath ugh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterIsComing View Post
    Now I'm stressing that I've done the wrong thing by buying it. I never even thought of it. I better go ask my sister if she's cool with it! Eek!
    I think it might be ok if they are very similar? If its a peachy cream then it's got a bit of color to it?

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    I think it's fine and genuinely don't see how it could offend people?

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    I would say no.

    Bits of white broken up with other colours is fine, but primarily white is probably not a safe choice to make. Unless, of course, you KNOW the bride will be wearing, say, a red wedding dress.

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    It wouldn't have worried me at my wedding, but some people can get extremely upset and offended over it, so usually it's best just to play it safe and avoid white, off white, cream, ivory etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curby View Post
    I think it's fine and genuinely don't see how it could offend people?
    I don't understand either, but will pop this one into the memory bank so I'm never slapped by an angry bride. I'd say better safe than sorry in this case lol.

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    My sister is the type to get upset over things easily so ill try & find out what colour her wedding dress is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tubster View Post
    I think it's ok ? I was thinking about a white patterned dress with a pink shimmering cardigan. But now I am ditching the idea I really want to wear that shimmering pink cardi but have nothing to wear underneath ugh!
    I think that sounds nice

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    I wouldn't wear the White dress on its own.. However team it up with some bright large and bold accessories (that don't match the colour scheme of the wedding) and maybe a coloured bolero and even some bold heels to take the eye off he dress might suffice if there is nothing you can do this late Into it?

    I'd even look into dying it.


 

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