For a female, a chic wedding outfit would be a mid-length dress that is comfortable and elegant. For a male, a chic outfit would be a tuxedo or suit with a tie and bright shirt.
Yes and no, The black and green kind of... (to some beliefs) brings bad luck and evil, so my best advice is ask the bride and groom. :)
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The one presenting her at a wedding.
Tiffany in Greece means female private parts, all around.
That would depend upon whether one is a member of the wedding party, or just a guest. If a member of the wedding party, ask the bride and groom. Otherwise, dress in nice clothes. It doesn't have to be formal, but clothes should be modest and clean. Those who are Jehovah's Witnesses will most likely wear a suit and tie if male, or a dress or skirt/blouse combo if female. If you are a female visitor, you would probably feel comfortable in a pants suit appropriate for the occasion.
The official Harley Davidson website contains extensive documentation on the differences between both male and female attire. You can also buy said attire there.
In ancient Greece or Roma what was a woman believed to be an oracle or prophetess called?
the groom's family does
The female cat is called a "queen" (how appropriate). The male cat is a "tom" or "tomcat"
"Filly" would be the appropriate term.
Not many would approve, but if they are over 18, you are powerless to stop it.
A female guest of the wedding can wear a dress or pantsuit. The length of the dress depends on how formal of a wedding. It is customary to not wear the color white.
Look for a wedding band.
At a wedding, the bride is the female in the married couple, the male being the groom.
She could, but I don't recommend it!
Sorceress or Enchantress would probably be appropriate.
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2 KG Dumbbells is advisable for Women..
Wedding is a ceremony where a male and a female gets coupled as husband and wife to live together for their life. It includes various celebrations where guests are invited.
The male and female wear the wedding ring on the same finger which is the ring finger (next to the pinky) of the left hand.