SHE’S gearing up for her daughter’s wedding, and is trying to decide what outfit to wear.
But when Jen showed the three dresses she’s considering for the big day, people said she looked more like she was dressing for a funeral.
A mother of the bride has shared the three outfits she’s considering wearing to her daughter’s weddingInstagram/_jens_addiction
All three were black outfits, with people insisting none of them were appropriate for her daughter’s big dayInstagram/_jens_addiction
She also asked for advice on whether she should wear her hair up or down for the occasionInstagram/_jens_addiction
“Tried on three dresses for my daughter’s wedding,” she wrote over the top of her Instagram Reel.
“Which one should I wear?”
All three outfits were black, with Jen kicking off the video showing off a plunging maxi dress with a tie-up back.
She walked slowly into the frame, with her blonde hair in a chic updo, and heels paired with the dress.
The next dress was a shorter one – coming in just below the knee.
It was once again a figure-hugging option, with Jen smiling as she did her catwalk for the camera.
And the third dress was the most sophisticated of them all.
It was another long number, with a plunging neckline and a ruffle on the waist and hip.
Jen used the caption to urge people to “send help”, as she added: “Drop a comment which one is your favorite.
“Also should I wear my hair up? Or down?
“I’m thinking down after watching this.”
She also gave an indication as to why she’d chosen black for all three dresses, adding the hashtag #blackiselegant.
And while lots of people weighed in on their favourite outfit choice in the comments section, others insisted Jen needed to add some colour to the outfit choice.
“Why black?” one asked.
“You’re not going to a funeral!”
“Why all black? You don’t wear black for a wedding. Never,” another raged.
“Why black? She doesn’t want her daughter get married?” a third questioned.
“Don’t try to upstage the bride,” someone else urged.
“I don’t like any of them for a wedding….and pls don’t wear black at your daughter’s wedding,” another pleaded.
“Not black.. peach or light blue or lemon,” someone else said.
“None are right for the mother of bride!!” another wrote.
But others defended Jen, with one writing: “Wow people are being unnecessarily hurtful and judgemental in the comments.
“You look lovely in all of them and I am sure that your goal is not to draw attention from your daughter.”
“Not the comment section stigmatising and labeling a particular colour,” another added.
“Who made a colour superior over another?
“Who says a particular colour is only meant for a particular event? Just why & when?”
“The answer is: wear whatever you want,” a third commented.
“Really. Your opinion and your daughter’s are the only ones that matter.
“And this is true not only here, for you, but for people generally.
“I am just not going to be bothered by what anyone wears, and I wish other people wouldn’t.
“(But I do think these are lovely. Not that it matters).”
People in the comments section said she looked more like she was heading to a funeralInstagram/_jens_addiction
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