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Your 42 year old sister is attending her son's wedding.After hearing that the mother of the bride was going to *possibly* wear the same colour ("rose" has a broad palette) as her (irrespective of whether she was told something else earlier) she has decided not simply to buy another dress, but to wear a dress which you believe to be (a) "tarty" and (b) for someone 12-17 years younger than her.If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.is installed on a US server with IP-address: 67.192.155.154 recieves 460.6 pageviews from SEs via organic keywords monthly.

To be frank, your sister is acting like a three year old.Your sister is planning on wearing this dress specifically to "upstage" the mother of the bride and to "get her blood reeling".You believe that your sister will stand out at the wedding, due to the "tarty" "revealing" "bogan" "25-30" and "very different to the other style of dresses" and "odd one out" nature of the new one (from which I understand you have already checked to see what most if not all of the other men and women attending are wearing, as otherwise you and your sister would have no way of knowing whether it's different from what others will be wearing).And if it's not going to upset her son and future daughter in law, and may just be a bit odd, then so what?So I'm entitled to my opinion (and I have a relationship where I can express that honestly with my sister) but that's as far as my involvement goes.

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