Bride’s cousin accused of ‘upstaging’ her as she rocks identical dress to wedding

Wearing white to a wedding is a red flag, but sometimes it happens in unfortunate cases.

One bride was left utterly devastated when a guest turned up in a dress with a similar shade to hers.

Posting on a wedding shaming thread on Reddit, a user shared a snap of what looked like a wedding in Scotland.

The caption read: “This lady turned up to her cousin’s wedding like this. At least she wasn’t wearing a veil, so there’s that.”

In the snap, a woman can be seen rocking a light-coloured gown with a matching fur shawl, along with men in kilts.

The person who shared the photo said the wedding guest was wearing a dress in a similar shade to the bride’s.

The wedding guest was actually the bride’s cousin

In another comment, they said: “It was off white, but almost identical to the bride’s dress colour.

“Apparently many people thought it was weird, including the bride.”

While the photo hasn’t been confirmed as legitimate, Reddit users were split over what the woman was wearing.

Some commenting saying the dress looks like it’s more of a light shade of pink.

One wrote: “Looks blush to me, I think she looks classy,” another added: “I have no problem with her look.

“No one is confusing her with the bride.”

A third commented: “Ooh are we sure this dress didn’t look pinker in person?

“It’s giving soft peach vibes that looks white in photographs and makes you do a double-take in person.”

A shopping rack full of white wedding dresses with different styles and sizes
Reddit users were split for opinion when they saw the colour of the dress

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Meanwhile others said it was rude, as one commented: “If it’s close enough that it could look white in photos then it’s inappropriate.”

Another added: “She could have tried harder not to be an a*** in trying to upstage the bride.

“And then topping it off in a whitish fur coat.”

A third claimed: “I think it’s gone a bit far. You shouldn’t wear a wedding dress or anything close. Obviously.”


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