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‘Hard no, if I was the bride I would cry’ people say as wedding guest shows dress she’s ‘absolutely obsessed’ with

A WEDDING guest has been brutally slated online after sharing the gown she’s ”absolutely obsessed” with.

With the weather finally warming up, the wedding season is fast approaching – and one of those who’s got a ceremony to look forward to is TikTok user Tanya, from New York, the USA.


The woman, who’d also found the same dress in black, took to TikTok to seek advice[/caption]

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According to Tanya, who claimed to only have even been invited to Indian weddings, she wasn’t entirely sure of her stunning cream gown was fit for someone else’s big day.

Seeking advice from fellow social media users, the stylish fashionista took to TikTok to proudly show off the gorgeous maxi frock, which she was in love with.

The dress in question was a jaw-dropping ”tan, cream, nude” frock with pleated detailing, as well as a corset-style top with the so-called spaghetti straps and a flattering cut around the bust area.

The outfit, she modelled in the video, also had a slit detailing by one of the legs and a long maxi cut, which she had paired with gorgeous strappy heals.

Although Tanya was hoping that because she was ”dark” the colour wouldn’t appear as white, she also didn’t want to ”offend” anyone.

”This is like the best formal dress that I’ve seen that I like.

”I have three weddings this year – I think this would be for like the Spring or Summer one.

”I’m just going to go to sleep in this – I feel so beautiful.”

However, although many agreed that the frock was indeed stunning and ”gorgeous”, people also urged her to find a different dress.

One said: ”My policy is if you have to question it, then no,” whilst another reckoned it was a ”hard no”.

Someone else chimed in: ”NOT for a wedding. But definitely so gorrrrg for another event!!!”

”It’s gorgeous and in literally any other color it would be perfect,” a fourth penned.

”That’s an engagement or rehearsal dinner dress for a bride,” a fellow TikTok user shared their thoughts.

After being criticised online, Tanya said she found everyone’s opinion ”helpful” and that although they also had the dress in black, which she was considering on getting.

While this may vary from wedding to wedding, typically, in the Western world, it’s an unspoken rule that a wedding guest should not wear a white outfit on someone else’s big day.

Unless the bride has specifically asked the guests to rock cream – and even white – colours, this is deemed as bad taste, as some may assume you’re trying to steal the spotlight.

Luckily, if you have a wedding coming up, there are plenty of stunning options on the high street, such as a baby blue from from Primark.

Rival QUIZ are also offering a lovely pink number for wedding guests – and people can’t believe just how ”pretty” it is.

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Some critics said they’d ‘cry’ if it was their wedding and Tanya showed up in this dress

Bridal expert reveals the must-have trends for 2024

Event whizz Tsitsi Lynn Makuni claimed that mini gowns, wearing bows for tying the knot and donning bold accessories are among this season’s must-haves for marriage, The Sun reported earlier.

RING THE CHANGES – brides are opting for not one, but two dresses.

HITCH UP THE SKIRTS – short dresses were a huge hit at the Scottish Wedding Show’s October Catwalk and Tsitsi said more bridal boutiques are now offering shorter styles.

BRIGHT NOT WHITE – white and ivory dresses are no longer a given as more designers offer pastel options, and we will see a demand in more bold colours too.

BE BOLD – the accessories, too, will be as bold as our dresses. Expect to see dramatic headbands, pearl-embellished veils, elegant gloves and retro sunglasses.

TAKE A BOW – from small bows on headpieces and shoes to oversized bows on dresses, this is a wedding trend that’s showing no signs of slowing down, the expert revealed.

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