May 14, 2022
I wore jeans and a top to my sister’s black tie wedding – she’s furious at me, but she’s just shallow
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WEARING jeans and a nice top to go out for dinner is common - it's less so at a wedding.
The anonymous 19-year-old took to Reddit to ask if she was in the wrong for her outfit choice - and many said she was.
"My sister got married last week and ever since her wedding planning started taking place I've been told that I should dress appropriately for the wedding.
"They expected me to make my hair or makeup but this is just not for me."READ MORE WEDDING STORIESOH NO I realised my bridesmaid dress was totally the wrong colour... so I DYED it myselfWIFE SWAP I accidentally married the wrong man after a blackout ruined my wedding
She said she didn't think she should have to change who she was for her sister's big day.
It seemed her family tried to find a comprise as she confessed they told her she didn't have to wear a dress but to wear something nice.
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After trying on different suits, she didn't feel comfortable in anything and settled on wearing 'a more expensive and "stylish" pair of jeans that I own with a blue top that is not casual but not formal either.'
When she arrived at the venue she was denied entry as it was a black tie venue, but her sister convinced them to let her in on this occasion.Most read in LifestyleSHOPPING BUST I’ve got big boobs and shopping is a total nightmare - even a large won't fitOUT OF STOCK I worked at Goodwill – why you can never find decent bargains in store anymoreSKIM POSSIBILITIES I spent $746 on SKIMS clothing – one outfit made me look like a grandmaTRADE IT IN I'm a Trader Joe's superfan & I never buy 3 items in store - here's why
After getting into the venue her sister ignored her for the night - later her parents called her immature and told her she should apologise to her sister.
She explained: "I called my sister trying to talk it out and I said that we should really let this go, it's just clothes.
"My sister then started ranting about how on her wedding day she had to stress about convincing the owner of the venue to let me in because I couldn't follow one simple and common rule.
"She said that me proving how different I am was more important than making a small compromise and wearing a suit at least.
"I explained how it's such a stupid argument because why would I have to wear a suit and how shallow she is for caring so much about appearances and outfits and that her wedding should be special to her beyond the sparkles and the expensive hair and makeup."
Her sister hit back saying that she wished she hadn't convinced the venue owner to let her in.
She asked Reddit users if she was in the wrong for her outfit choice - and many said she was.
One wrote: "HER wedding wasn’t about you. You made it about you. That’s selfish."Read More on The SunOH BABY! I'm worried the unique name I picked for my 9th baby will limit her optionsMIRACLE SAVE My daughter, 2, was snatched but she was saved in an amazing way
"Dress codes are a thing. We abide by them daily. You can’t wear a bikini to the office, e.g. Your sister is right - why couldn’t you just put yourself second for one day and played along?" Another commented.
A third said: "Her wedding wasn't about you, there was a dress code and you refused to adhere to it. Very few people are actually comfortable in wedding clothes but you suck it up for the person you love special day."2She was denied entry to the venue because of her casual outfitCredit: Getty
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Newcastle star Allan Saint-Maximin charged by FA for breaking kit rules in two clashes in April
ALLAN SAINT-MAXIMIN has been charged by The FA for breaking kit rules twice in April.
As revealed by SunSport, the Newcastle winger breached regulations with his headband in the game against Leicester on Easter Sunday.1Allan Saint-Maximin has been hit with an FA charge for his banned headbandsCredit: Rex
The jazzy patterned accessory was not allowed because it did not comply with the strict dress code.
Players are allowed to wear headbands - but they must be the same colour as their kit and cannot have external branding.
And therefore the number worn in the last-gasp win over Leicester - and also the week earlier against Wolves - have landed him in hot water with Wembley officials.
An FA statement said: "Allan Saint-Maximin has been charged with two breaches of The FA's Kit and Advertising Regulations, contrary to FA Regulation B.2.Most read in Footba2llSON'S OUT Kentucky Derby-winning jockey banned from racing after string of offencesOL YOU GOT? Usyk's brutal verdict on Fury win over Whyte revealed with champ NOT impressedGREATEST SHOW ON EARTH Grandad's eyes lit up when he saw old fights, says Ali's grandsonBEAU-TEES Meet the Vegas models who swapped careers to become £150-a-round golf caddies
"It is alleged that the Newcastle United FC midfielder wore a headband with an established mark or logo of a clothing manufacturer during two Premier League fixtures against Wolverhampton Wanderers FC and Leicester City FC on 8 April 2022 and 17 April 2022 respectively.
"He has until 19 May 2022 to provide a response."
Saint-Maximin caused a stir in 2019 when he wore his £180 Gucci headpiece against Manchester United.
He was forced to cover up the designer label branding on it with a sticker to avoid falling foul of Premier League sponsorship regulations.
And firm fans' favourite, who arrived on Tyneside from Nice in 2019, is also into his bling.
So much so that teammate Jonjo Shelvey previously revealed that the star would get fined £100 each day for wearing earrings at training.