Is white at a funeral okay?
There is such a thing as a (White funeral) the best known historical example was that of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, who died in l962. Not only the deceased, but most of the front-line mourners were clothed in white. White signifies purity of soul, Peace ( a dove is a white pigeon) and so on. One should be advised Wilhelmina was a Queen, and well Rank hath its privileges.
Roman Catholic Answer I believe that the individual priest has a choice for a funeral, he may wear violet, black, or white. Most priests that I have seen recently, choose white for funerals. In the Extraordinary Form, black is required, unless it is an infant, in which case, I believe, white may be used.
It is traditional for a woman to wear white or a clean cream coloured suit (indian style) to a funeral as it is a clean and not dirty or dark colour. It is traditional for a woman to wear white or a clean cream coloured suit (indian style) to a funeral as it is a clean and not dirty or dark colour. ANS#2: Do not wear any thing bright and dazzling.