Republican presidential contender Nikki Haley has come under fire from some social media users after she wore an off-white gown to her daughter's wedding ceremony. Haley posed for a family photo with her husband Michael, son Nalin, daughter Rena and new son-in-law Josh Jackson. The dress was worn by Haley, who is part of a field of GOP nominees that includes former President Donald Trump, former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has not yet formally announced his bid for the White House but has been considered the favorite to take on Trump in the GOP. South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott is also eyeing a potential run.
Nikki Haley faced criticism from social media users following her decision to wear a white dress at her daughter's wedding ceremony. The Republican presidential candidate tweeted a photo with her family celebrating the couple's wedding day. While most users congratulated the former South Carolina governor, some questioned her decision to wear white on this occasion.
Ms. Haley had launched her presidential candidacy on February 15th and announced that her campaign raised $11m in six weeks - surpassing Donald Trump’s fundraising efforts during Q4 last year when he brought in $9.5m.
Presidential candidate Nikki Haley inadvertently sparked debate over wedding etiquette when she shared images from Rena’s big day on Twitter last weekend showing herself together with bride and groom, as well as other members of their immediate family.
While it isn't clear whether anyone at the ceremony took issue with Ms.Haley wearing creamy-white attire – some Twitter users did engage themselves into conversations about unspoken dos-and-don’ts surrounding any nuptials event like this one; others simply offered congratulations or critiques regarding dress choice made by former Governor who now seeks top office spot within United States government structure once again.
One social media user, Jane Smith, commented: "Congratulations to the beautiful couple! However, I do find it a bit odd for the mother of the bride to wear white. It's usually reserved for the bride."
Another Twitter user, Michael Johnson, shared his disagreement with critics: "I don't see what's wrong with Nikki Haley wearing off-white to her daughter's wedding. She looks great and is there to celebrate with her family."
Despite this minor controversy on social media platforms – many people remain focused on political career path that Ms.Haley has chosen as well as potential challenges she might face while competing against other Republican candidates during forthcoming presidential race in United States.