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Wedding guest gets frustrated after bride and groom send a VERY strict dress code


Is this wedding dress code too strict? The guest is shocked after receiving a list of rules from the bride and groom – and says that if she doesn't follow them, she will be denied entry

  • A wedding guest communicated the dress code she had sent “strictly enforced”
  • Bride and groom have uploaded the details with clauses to their special website
  • Men had to wear suit pants with a white button-down shirt and a solid color tie
  • While the ladies had to wear a dress no longer than knee length and no flowers
  • Many who saw the long list of demands said they would rather not participate

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Do you think this dress code goes "too far"?

  • Yes, it is too restrictive 363 votes
  • No, it's fair 59 votes

A wedding guest shared the "strictly enforced" dress code the bride and groom sent her before the big day, frustrated by the long list of rules.

The woman, who posted anonymously on a Facebook group that shamed the wedding, said she was excited to be invited to a friend's son's wedding, but was shocked to see the list of restrictions.

While the invitation said the dress code had to be followed, the woman wasn't worried until she logged on to her website to read the details.

For the gentleman present, black or dark blue dress pants were the only option.

The woman, who posted anonymously on a Facebook group shaming the wedding, said she was excited to be invited to the wedding by "the son of one of the doctors I work with" (archive picture)

While the invitation said the dress code had to be followed, the woman wasn't worried until she logged on to her website to read the details (picture)

While the invitation said the dress code had to be followed, the woman wasn't worried until she logged on to her website to read the details (picture)

"No tuxedo, no jeans, no khakis. You can't have a shade of gray either, ”the website says.

White button-down shirts were the only accepted tops, and they were prohibited from wearing patterns of any kind.

Suit coats must be worn. No gray, black, or just navy, ”the list continued.

Ties only had to be plain and could not be gray, white, ivory, purple or sage.

For the ladies who simply had to wear a dress, things were made a little easier, with sweaters and pantsuits being excluded from the formal occasion.

& # 39; dresses must not be longer than knee length. They cannot be white, ivory, white with a floral pattern, black, beige, black with a pattern, purple, sage or any form of gray, ”it said.

Those who do not follow the rules will not be admitted to the wedding.

& # 39; dresses must not be longer than knee length. They cannot be white, ivory, white with a floral pattern, black, beige, black with a pattern, purple, sage or any form of gray, "it said (stock photo)

& # 39; dresses must not be longer than knee length. They cannot be white, ivory, white with a floral pattern, black, beige, black with a pattern, purple, sage or any form of gray, "it said (stock photo)

Those who read their post were angry about the restrictions and said this was the reason for the refusal of the invitation.

"I think the only way is naked," joked one person.

& # 39; This is itchy. This means that your family / friends do not know how to dress for a wedding without this being determined for them. Wtf is "no longer than knee length?" Do you want to see Great Aunt Mildred in a mini skirt? & # 39; Said another.

A third added: "RSVP yes and show up in exactly what she didn't want, so she rejects you, but still has to pay for your seat."

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