My grandma's funeral was yesterday afternoon. I wasn't too happy with what half the immediate family showed up wearing. There were quite a few that showed up in jeans and sweatshirts. The worst offender was my cousin Tammy. She wore a baggy old army jacket,ripped jeans,and flipflops...in 25 degree weather! I was always taught that as a sign of respect,you showed up in dark muted colors,and wore clothes that were respectful like semi dressy stuff.
I had no problem with the non-family folks because they most likely dropped by after work.
This funeral was not a casual thing. I feel they could have made an effort.
Answer by lisa_ann_p at 4:10 PM on Dec. 4, 2010
Yes, they probably could have showed their respect by dressing more appropriately, but the important thing is that they were there not what they were wearing. I'd let it go but that's just me.
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