Rad or Bad: Would You Wear White To Another Person’s Wedding?

First, Pippa Middleton stole the show with her Rear Of The Year in a white Alexander McQueen bridesmaid gown. Then Kate Moss had her bridal party decked out in pale dresses. And with Kim Kardashian’s black-and-white themed ceremony with sisters Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall, and Kylie wearing hues of ecru and eggshell, it’s official: Wearing white to another person’s wedding is no longer a faux pas. In fact, it’s a full-blown bridal trend. Though wearing a shade similar to that of the bride’s was usually seen as scene-stealing, it’s now not only acceptable, but also almost inescapable on high-profile aisles. But is it something you can only see happening for A-list stars, or do you think it will trickle down to weddings all over the place? Tell us—would you wear white to a friend’s wedding—or better yet, would you choose to have your bridal party rock a light and white dress? (TheFrisky)
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