What You Should Never Wear To A Wedding

 

  • Thou Shall Not:

    What You Should Never Wear To A Wedding

    “This is not P. Diddy’s annual White Party, it’s your friend/family member/frenemy’s

    wedding, and you have seven million other colors chilling in your closet anyways.

    So just be cool, and choose something else. And while you’re at it, you should probably back away from that flower crown.

    And if you’re even thinking about wearing a tiara, well, we’re not friends anymore.” –Melissa Coker

    Instead, try a fun print.

  • Thou Shall Not:

    What You Should Never Wear To A Wedding

    “You may be single and ready to mingle with some hot groomsmen,

    but stay away from too short, too tight, too low cut, or the dreaded all of the above.

    You don’t need grandma’s seal of approval, but you don’t need to look at home on

    Hollywood Boulevard either.” –Melissa Coker

    Instead, try a maxi dress.

 

 

  • Thou Shall Not:

    What You Should Never Wear To A Wedding

    “I get it, your friend’s super cool, her wedding’s on the beach/in a barn/in Canada.

    But c’mon—it’s not cute and casual, it’s just bad manners.

    Wearing jeans to a wedding is like Paris Hilton’s attempts at pop music—it offends everyone.” –Melissa Coker

    Instead, try wide-legged trousers and a fancy blouse.

  • Thou Shall Not:

    What You Should Never Wear To A Wedding

    “If it looks like something Jennifer Lopez would wear on tour,

    it’s probably out of bounds for your colleague’s wedding.” –Melissa Coker

    Instead, keep it sophisticated with a color block dress.

 

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July 30, 2014. July.

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