I think last night's season premiere of Jersey Shore: The Final Season put us all in the mood for one thing and one thing only: JWoww and Roger's nuptials. Or as I refer to it as, Royal Wedding II. Whether you're pro-guido or anti, there's no denying it: Jenni and Roger are a damn adorable couple, and their wedding is going to be one for the ages. There's been talk of a Vegas locale, epic partying (epic fighting), and music that will make your hands fall off from fist-pumping so hard. Classic. But one thing JWoww may want to rethink is her dress. Because she'll totally regret it if she doesn't wear white. Just ask Sarah Jessica Parker.
JWoww recently talked to People about her dreamsicle wedding, and she made mention that she wants (mostly) everything to be pink -- including the dress. She described her ideal gown as strapless with a corset top and "huge huge huge train, very poufy, very pretty." And when the subject turned to color, she said: "My favorite color, pink, like the pink diamonds in my ring. I want pink involved, but then I don’t want to piss Roger off having the wedding pink."
I love a unique wedding dress. Hell, I actually love a non-white wedding dress. Wanted one myself. But from what I hear -- mainly from Sarah Jessica Parker -- is that the bride will regret not wearing white (or cream or marshmallow or cocaine) years down the line. SJP, arguably one of the most fashion-savvy celebs out there, famously told Bazaar a few years ago: "James Wilkie’s teacher is getting married, and he said, 'Do you think she will be wearing black?' I said, 'No! I can almost assure you.' Then he said, 'Do you still regret it?' and I said, 'Yes, I still regret it.'"
Sometimes, what you like "now", or what you think is cute, isn't the case in years to come. But a white wedding dress -- no matter how wacky or out there -- never goes out of style. So, proceed with caution there, JWoww. Think long and hard before going with a pink gown. Worst case scenario, you can always just throw in some hot pink clip-in extensions.
Do you regret your wedding gown?
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