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Apr 8 2009, 01:03 PM
GET EM STEPH!!
- June 14, 2007
- Favorite Current Daytime Soap Opera
- Days of our Lives
- Favorite Soap Opera of All Time
- Days of our Lives
- Favorite Current Primetime Soap Opera
- Favorite Primetime Soap Opera of All Time
- Melrose Place
Oh, I understand and your certainly not wrong in feeling that way. I know many others, some clergy, that do and I can see their point. I used to dress up a a whole lot more. Now I just try to at least look respectable. Of course, I still dress up for Christmas and Easter.
- Apr 8 2009, 12:57 PM
- Apr 8 2009, 12:05 PM
I see people coming to Church now with sleeveless and strapless dresses all the time. People dress in shorts and t-shirts for mass half the time. Times have changed LOL. Besides, as my grandmother always taught me, God doesn't care what you come to Church in, as long as you come to Church. Nicole looks beautiful and is very in style. The dress suits her IMO.
I don't know if you're responding to me or not, but in case you are, I just prefer sleeves in church. I know lots of people dress very casually for church but it isn't my style. I think my late grandmother felt differently from yours about church attire, bless them both. :smile:
It's simply a personal preference from me; I'm sure priests, ministers, pastors, rabbis, etc. all have different feelings about proper wedding attire. What may fly in one place of worship won't in another.
And on a non-religious note, I've seen lots of brides who should stay away from sleeveless and strapless simply for aesthetic reasons. Arianne doesn't have those issues. Like I said, I love her and I think she's gorgeous--I'm just not a fan of those types of dresses on anyone.
My grandmother actually dressed up every week for Church. She just never looked down on anyone who didn't because she didn't think it mattered as long as you looked presentable, at least. I've heard many clergy say that too. Basically, they are fine as long as your not wearing a bathing suit or holes in your jeans or things like that. Some are more stringent then others.
I just think it should never be expected for soaps or TV, in general, to reflect what I would call "old school" sensibilities. It's all about what looks the best and what is most visually appealing.