MOST people know there are certain rules when it comes to what you wear to a wedding that's not your own.
Once you've got the actual dress code down, the only other major rule to stick to is don't wear white.
Not only shouldn't you wear white, but it's probably best to avoid colours that could look white in certain lighting, like pale yellow and light neutral colours.
One woman recently hit back after she was accused of making this mistake and wore a dress that looked a bit too bridal to a wedding.
Erika Wheaton, 25, posted a clip on the dress she wore on TikTok and people immediately pointed out the blunder.
One person commented: "I work for brides. Your dress photographs off white. Be delusional sweetie. You're lucky your bride was more relaxed than most."
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Another person said: "Any form of white, cold, champagne, light pink etc should be left for the bride and bride only.
"I don't understand why people do this?"
A third wrote: "Yikes this is way too close to champagne for my taste, why do people risk it with any light shade?"
Erika, who forked out over £200 for the stylish dress, was quick to defend herself, posting snaps from the day were the dress looks more gold toned stood next to the bride.
The clip has amassed 1.9 million views and sparked a massive debate over what people should and shouldn't wear.
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Some people agreed that the dress was clearly gold and was perfectly acceptable to wear as a wedding guest.
"I'd rather someone show up to my wedding in neutrals than bright green or something obnoxious like all of TikTok suggests," one remarked.
"People have such a monster bride mentality about dresses, like yeah, don't wear white, but this is def not white."
Everyone agreed that whether the dress was appropriate or not, the fashionista looked stunning, but for some critics she looked too good in the dress.
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One said: "I've always thought it was more of a 'don't try to outshine the bride' situation.
I'd be sad if you were in that next to me in all my photos."
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