can I wear grey to a wedding.?

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  • can I wear grey to a wedding.?


Answer #1 | 31/12 2013 08:33
Grey is not necessarily slimming. The cut and style of the dress will determine how slimming it is on you far more than the color. Look for well-structured dresses like this one, with a defined waist, and then flows out from the hip, helping to camouflage anything around the tummy area. A v-neck is also flattering and helps to elongate the torso.
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Answer #2 | 31/12 2013 06:04
Grey and black are both perfectly suitable to wear at weddings. It's 2013, and women wear both colors ALL THE TIME to weddings. Do not bother the bride with asking HER what YOU should wear! Seriously, what do you think she's going to say? "OMG, no! You can't wear grey to my wedding!" I seriously doubt it.
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Answer #3 | 31/12 2013 06:21
Some black dresses are fine for weddings That is true about any color Grey is fine for a wedding, so is Navy Navy is dark like black It's not the color, it's the cut of the dress You could get a dress in any color that the cut of the dress will make you look smaller. If you have not brought the dress yet, you could look for a dress you feel good in, not the color
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Answer #4 | 31/12 2013 19:19
There re a lot of things much more slimming than grey. Grey is dreary, and not at all what is going to make you look good at a wedding. If you just had a baby, I would suspect you were not feeling good about yourself if I saw you coming at me in grey. Go find an A-line dress like the Ann Taylor silk one - you'll find somewhere else to wear it, even if you have to nudge your husband for a dinner out. It'll make you feel so much better to wear something nice. Bright pink or navy can hide enough, and if you look as if you are having a good time, that is more camouflage than something that makes you look as if you're hoping to disappear, or you're too used to being spit up on. Go find something that makes you feel dressed up - you're allowed to have one day out to be a grownup at a formal event. You'll feel and look better. Get rid of the grey thing - ugh!
Answer #5 | 31/12 2013 04:53
The only colors you shouldn't wear are white, ivory, and similar tones. Grey is perfectly fine. A simple black dress is a staple in most women's closets and, as long as you don't look morbid, it is perfectly acceptable to wear to a wedding.
Answer #6 | 31/12 2013 02:24
Unless the color theme of the wedding is black and white then no you cannot wear black or white to a wedding. White is the bride's color and black is for death and mourning and not appropriate. Grey is perfectly okay.
Answer #7 | 01/01 2014 11:49
Why not just work out and shed the pounds? It is healthy, slimming and will make you feel better.
Answer #8 | 31/12 2013 01:29
instead of colour wear medium or high heels and choose a flattering cut like A line and choose something with patterns on your slimmer area like the neckline or a nice hat. Black or grey is not a good choice.
Answer #9 | 31/12 2013 11:21
Yes grey can look smart with white or lemon accessories, navy looks good with pink and that's a dark colour. Lots of people do wear black to a wedding nowadays, I think its odd but it seems to be acceptable.
Answer #10 | 01/01 2014 01:35
Black has been "In" for weddings since the 70's....yes, you can wear black, and yes, you can wear grey. It's totally up to you.

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