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Suzzanah 04-30-2011 03:00 PM

Protocols of Wedding Attire
 
I have seen the issues with Pippa's dress as it was white. It was lovely and perfectly complimentary to the wedding. It had no lace, was one color and had short sleeves. Additionally, it was a shiny fabric. There have been formal weddings that are all black and white. It is not too early in the year for white. The royal uniform coats are red the white was very acceptable with them. The designer should be commended for doing a terrific job on both gowns. Oh to have time to waste on criticizing others. When I get that much time in life I think I will be very old indeed. Do royal watchers and paparazzi have nothing better to do with their lives?

wanderingnana 04-30-2011 04:53 PM

You took the words right out of my mouth. I guess some people live to disagree and criticize everything. I thought the whole wedding was beautiful

eliz 04-30-2011 05:34 PM

in italy white is an absolutely no-go for "bridemaids" (there are no bridemaids really, women can be chosen as "testimoni" = sort of eanglish bestman wither for the bride or the groom. most usually it is two testimoni each, a female and a male each), but judging from previous brf weddings it is quite common.
the problem, imo, shouild arise if we think that the bridemaids looked sexier and more eye-catching than the bride...


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