The global pandemic had paused everyone’s life when it came to weddings, events, and get-togethers. But now people have started throwing their weddings and other important events. A couple was getting married and sent out their wedding invitations. But a woman took to Facebook and shared her thoughts on the dress code they sent and the threat that accompanied it.
The woman was excited to go to his friend’s son’s wedding until she read the dress code for the wedding and the note attached to it. She criticized the bride and groom for sharing a cringe-worthy dress code for their wedding. The wedding invitation not only had the cringe-worthy dress code but also had a note mentioning that people unable to follow the dress code will be barred from the wedding.
The woman was unhappy about the dress code and the note along with and took to Facebook to rant about it. She wrote on Facebook that “We received an invitation to the wedding of the son of one of the physicians I work with. It said the dress code would be strictly enforced and that it could be found on their wedding website.” The woman went to their website and checked the dress code and could not believe what she was reading.
She shared the dress code and wrote: I went to the website and this is their dress code. Gentlemen: Suit pants only. No tuxedos, no jeans, no khakis. Must be black or navy. Cannot be any shade of grey. Shirts – white button-down dress shirts only. No patterns. Suit coats must be worn. No grey. Black or navy only. Ties: solid colors only. Cannot be grey, white, ivory, mauve, or sage.”
As compared to the men the dress code was simpler for the women. The lady shared the dress code and wrote: “Ladies: Dresses only. Not jumpsuits or pantsuits. Dresses must be no longer than knee length. Dresses cannot be white, ivory, white with a floral pattern, black, beige, black with a pattern, mauve, sage, or any shade of grey.” She further added: “It then went on to say again that dress code will be strictly enforced and anyone not complying will not be admitted.”
Many others read the post shared by the women and disapproved of the dress code. Even the readers found that the dress code was cringey and the barring rule was over the top. A person disapproved of it and wrote: “This is cringey. It implies their family/friends don’t know how to dress for a wedding without having it spelled out for them. Also, WTF is ‘no longer than knee length?’ Do they want to see Great Aunt Mildred in a miniskirt?”
Another joked: “I guess the only way to go is naked then.” While some wanted to go naked but some people joked to go to the wedding and violate the dress code so that they could just annoy the couple for setting an unrealistic wedding dress code. People agreed with the woman and wanted to get back to the couple by annoying them.