‘Attention-seeking’ wedding guest criticized for wearing floor-length white dress

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And the GUEST was wearing white! ‘Attention-seeking’ woman is criticized for wearing a form-fitting ivory dress at someone else’s wedding

  • Anonymous person from the US shared a photo of a wedding guest in a white dress
  • Told how a woman, who recently tied the knot herself, wore a dress to a friend’s big day
  • Wedding guest labeled as ‘attention seeker’ by angry Reddit users

A wedding guest has been branded “attention seeking” for wearing a floor-length white dress on her friend’s big day.

take to reddit, an anonymous person, presumably from the US, shared a photo of the guest in the offending long dress, which closely resembled a bridal gown, writing: ‘A girl I went to college with attended a wedding in this. She’s recently married, so you’d think she’d understand the do’s and don’ts.’

And because many were aware of the unwritten rule that only the bride is allowed to appear in white at her own wedding, it wasn’t long before the angry comments started.

“I would have turned her away from the door,” one wrote, while a second commented, “It’s all for attention. They can’t stand people not paying attention to them.’

An anonymous wedding guest (pictured, in the white dress), from the US, has been labeled 'attention seeking' by Reddit users after arriving on her boyfriend's big day in a floor-to-ceiling white dress

An anonymous wedding guest (pictured, in the white dress), from the US, has been labeled ‘attention seeking’ by Reddit users after arriving on her boyfriend’s big day in a floor-to-ceiling white dress

In the comment section, one person wrote,

In the comment section, one person wrote, “It’s all for attention. They can’t stand people not paying attention to them’ (photo)

A third joked, “It came with a white tulle headdress, but she thought it overpowered the dress, so she decided not to wear it.”

The post garnered hundreds of comments, some even saying they would be tempted to pour a glass of red wine through the dress.

‘Are you sure it didn’t have a giant red wine stain on it? Because it asks,” one wrote, while a second commented, “Or if you don’t, have one of your bridesmaids spill wine.”

And many had similar suggestions as to why the wedding guest, who had recently tied the knot herself, decided to wear white.

Some who went to the comment section suggested that the woman in question could have saved herself the backlash if she had just dyed the elegant dress a different color (pictured)

Some who went to the comment section suggested that the woman in question could have saved herself the backlash if she had just dyed the elegant dress a different color (pictured)

“She wore this BECAUSE she recently got married. She wants people to know,” wrote one.

A second who agreed added, “Exactly my thought. It’s way too mundane to be someone’s wife, don’t you know. She wants to stay bride-like! I i i! Sad.’

Others who went to the comment section suggested that the woman in question could have saved herself the backlash if she’d just dyed the elegant dress a different color.

Some critics claimed the woman couldn't get over the fact that she was no longer the bride-to-be

Some critics claimed the woman couldn’t get over the fact that she was no longer the bride-to-be

“I might go with it if it was knee-length, a different shade of white, a blazer over it, but that’s really a wedding dress she’s wearing. Wtf,” one wrote, while another commented, “She could have painted. A pink, beige, light blue… something.”

Elsewhere, others fully defended the wedding guest and saw no problem with her outfit of choice.

“This is not a wedding dress. It is a white dress to the floor. It’s very different,” wrote one, while another wrote: “Who cares?”

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