This twenty-six-year-old woman has a thirty-one-year-old sister who she apparently does not get along that well with.
Regardless of some recent arguments, though, she was still invited to attend her sister’s wedding.
“Now, I’m not a part of the bridal party or anything. And I honestly don’t think I’d want to be, so I’m just going as a guest,” she explained.
Nonetheless, her sister still laid out very specific instructions about what guests should and should not wear to the ceremony.
But, in a nutshell, her sister just wanted guests to wear more formal attire that was not white in any way, shape, or form.
And she understood those rules and agreed to them. Then, a “perfect dress” for the wedding came to mind.
“It was one I wore to a friend’s wedding about a year ago that I still held onto,” she said.
“The dress is a floor-length silver-ish dress with a leaf-like design, and not too flashy or anything.”
In turn, she essentially decided to reuse that dress instead of going out and spending more money on a new one.