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Liverpool Echo
Beth Ure

Woman called out for wedding guest dress that's 'close to white'

Shoppers are divided on the colour of a 'beautiful' ASOS dress.

ASOS stocks a variety of brands, including Abercrombie and Fitch and Calvin Klein, providing shoppers with both mens and womenswear, as well as some beauty products. It stocks clothes for a variety of occasions, including wedding guest outfits.

Recently, a user on TikTok went viral for showcasing ASOS' Bridesmaid cami embellished midi dress with embroidery in sage green and describing it as a perfect option for a wedding guest to wear. The comments section went mad as people debated if the dress was white or green.

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Showing off the dress to her 236,000 followers, user @laurencandy3 said: "Asos this is the dream" and in the video added: "Quite possibly the most beautiful wedding guest dress ever".

Many people weren't impressed with her suggestion, claiming it was too close to white to wear to a wedding as a guest. One person said: "too close to white. if the light you have on in your room is enough to make it this light it will probably show up white in the pictures/outside." and another said: "This is super pretty but I feel like it could be too close to white, esp in photos".

Others were more concerned about the price, as the dress would set you back £110. One person said: "it’s so beautiful but expensive".

However, others were quick to jump to her defence. One person said: "Why is everyone saying it’s close to white? ITS LITERALLY GREEN!!!" and another said: "People saying this is white. it’s very sage green to me!!!".

Lauren even made a second video comparing the dress to a white top she has to show people the dress wasn't white, and says there was a filter on the video that is making the dress look paler than it was. But some people still weren't convinced, and one person said: "The problem is if it shows up white on the first video, it is going to show up white in the wedding pictures".

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