A woman asked people if her black dress was appropriate to wear to a funeral – and responders didn't hold back!

Asking for the public's opinion, a TikToker called Ky said: "Is this going to be inappropriate to wear to a funeral? It's all black, it feels like at an appropriate length.

"But is it giving someone's passed or is it giving 'I'm on my way to a nightclub'?"

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Ky modelled the little black dress, which had ruching that nipped her in at the waist.

As the skin-tight frock emphasised her gorgeous figure, the TikToker was accused of having an "attention seeking attitude".

Viewers were divided as they shared their thoughts in the comments.

One said: "I think it's fine, it covers everything and nothing flashy or too colourful."

"It's appropriate, if you feel uncomfortable, just wear with leggings and a cardigan," another wrote.

A third added: "It's not the dress, it's you. You're stunning so the dress gives you a 'sexier' look. I say wear it, you look so beautiful!"

But others said the fitting and the material of the dress wasn't right for the occasion.

One critic said: "It just doesn't look right… the folds and wrinkles are super distracting.

"It's giving 'this is the only black dress I have'. Honest opinion."

A second asked: "Why do you need attention at funeral?"

And one said: "Personally I think it's too tight. It might give yourself too much attention when the funeral shouldn't be focused on you."

Ky responded to the criticism – and revealed she actually doesn't have a funeral to go to.

"Nobody even died, everyone is so alive I promise you that," she said in a follow-up video.

"But I didn't get an answer for my question – and I also feel like funerals are meant to be slutty!"


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