Why Guests Shouldn’t Wear White to Weddings

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As society changes, traditions and etiquette tends to evolve as well. With more couples moving in together before getting engaged or married, ?no ring, no bring? policies for plus ones can seem outdated. The idea that the groom has to pay for the wedding or that guests need to sit on a specific side of the aisle for the ceremony are also customs that many people have outgrown. However, some standards of etiquette stand the test of time, such as sending in your RSVP cards in on time. Wearing white when you?re not the bride, however, seems to be a grey area for some.

Many outlets dispensing advice about attending weddings now say that it is now acceptable to wear a shade of white to someone else?s nuptials, but we