What would you wear to your wedding if you didn’t have to take in the opinions of family, in-laws, spouse, etc.?

  1. I'd still wear my dress. I picked exactly what I wanted and didn't take any options into count really. The biggest reason I love my wedding dress is I got it at a thrift shop just like my mom did for hers. She passed away so she won't get to see me get married and it makes me feel closer to a little because I got to find a dress the same way she did.

  2. Didn't have to take in any opinions? It's kind of weird to think of grown adults having opinions over what another adult wears to a party.

  3. I don‘t have to take in opinions anyway. I wear what i want and I plan on wearing a sexy 2nd dress for our reception

  4. I didn’t have to take the opinions of my family and chose a miniskirt length white dress with a HUGE bow on the bag and poofy sleeves. it was perfectly me and my family loved it.

  5. I didn't ask for anyone's feedback and got the dress I wanted. It was my wedding, I was paying, and it's been a good 20 years since someone tried to tell me how to dress.

  6. As the groom, I’d still wear my suit. I don’t wear suits often so i was looking forward to it and killed it. 10/10 would wear again.

  7. Opinions didn't phase me at all, only budget. I got my super cheap, hi-low dress and it may not be the most on trend or bridal, but I love that. I don't think there's any inappropriate bridal wear.

  8. I haven't really had anyone fight me on my choices so far. Maybe it's because everyone knows I like what I like and I very rarely deviate from my usual style? I'd happily pick my dress and all the accessories I'm collecting.

  9. I'd wear the same dress. I'll choose it for myself. I'll only bring to the shops people I know will support me. I might even go alone as I'm very undecisive and want to make sure I choose for ME and no one else. I'll however take my fiancé's tastes into account, but he won't DICTATE my choice.

  10. I would wear the same thing because they have different fashion tastes and pleasing them was never the plan behind what I chose to wear. Kind of strange that adults have to get approval from others.

  11. I already don't have to take in the opinions of family, in-laws, spouse. I've been dressing myself for a long time and will continue to do so. It's your party and there are no rules so just wear whatever you want. With that said, I think there's a difference between "totally inappropriate for bridal wear," which I take to mean as completely nontraditional and not remotely bridal, and "totally inappropriate" for the setting, such as wearing a thong to a bar where other people are fully clothed.

  12. My dress originally had a deeper sweetheart neckline and off the shoulder sleeves. Because we had a church wedding, my mom felt the neckline was a little too revealing and didn’t like the off the shoulder concept for the sleeves. My alterations specialist did an amazing job with the neckline so I loved it just as much but I probably wouldn’t have changed it if it weren’t for my mom. The sleeves were a compromise as my alterations specialist basically made it dual use — I had the sleeves on my shoulders for the ceremony and made them off the shoulder for the reception. Again, would have just kept them off the shoulder if it were up to me.

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