Weddings are fun, especially when it’s not you who is committing to a life-long relationship. You still get to doll up, have a good time, drink and dance the night away. OK. Let me make it clear, I’m kidding because I don’t have a real problem with marriage. Anyway even if you are a guest, a few things need to be taken care of. I mean dress up appropriately, and for the most part, show up on time, that’s all there is.
After being a witness to some crazy stories, I decided to write about something that not everyone talks about. What not to wear to a wedding. Let’s save us some embarrassment. Go over the list and you know what I am speaking about.
10Don’t – Wear White/Ivory Or Anything On Those Lines; Do – Pastels Or Pinks
This is quite obvious, isn’t it? But we will go ahead and say this anyway. White is a big no-no, ivories and off-whites are a no-no, and anything else that remotely falls under this category is a BIG no-no. If you’re not the bride, chances are it’s not your big day (Duh-uh), so steer away from anything that falls under this bucket. However, after you refer to point 15, go ahead with anything close to pastel, peach or pink undertones. There is no trouble there as long as, again – Not white! I might sound like someone who is paranoid but some brides and families are quite sensitive about these things, and they rightfully are, considering, well – it’s their big day more than yours. But, to make matters easy for you, always follow the dress code, and you should be sorted. If you’re not sure, check with someone, or do whatever it takes not to mess this one up.