People are polarized on a couple’s casual wedding attire.
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Everyone looks forward to their big day, but not everyone imagines their wedding the exact same way. Michigan wedding photographer Cassidy Lynne posted images of a client’s ceremony on Instagram. Instead of formal wear, the happy newlyweds changed into tracksuits for their reception. You wouldn’t think it was that bad as long as the couple were happy. However, the unconventional looks have sparked a debate over what an appropriate wedding dress code is.
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âI love when couples say fuck the tradition and find unique and fun ways to show off their personality on their wedding day and start new trends! I predict tracksuits will be a rising trend this year and I’m HERE FOR IT, âCassidy Lynne wrote in the caption.
The video has received over 18 million views and people have thought about it a lot.
âIt’s a no for me on this trend. All your guests are in disguise but here you are sweaty. It’s reckless to me, âsaid one person.
âPersonally, that would be my worst nightmare. I can’t wait to be a princess, âwrote another.
“Let’s standardize on wearing what we want at weddings, no one wants to spend thousands of dollars on a dress they only wear once,” someone said.
âI would have liked to think about it! A user replied.
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