I'm not saying anything bad about it, I just don't understand it.
Never mind.I found another article that explains it..
So why's everyone wearing a prison-striped onesie? First and foremost, Molle's a southern Swedish town overlooking the Baltic Sea, and as a resort town (and Emma Andersson's hometown...with the pre-wedding dinner taking place at a restaurant just a short walk from her home), and it's apparently known for the fact that its "baths" were public and open to both men and women as early as the late 19th century.
And at once guests were ordered to go to their hotel rooms--to change.
They all had the same clothes, the old classic striped swimsuit and white robes.
Then the 120 guests were bused to the venue of the first Swedish communal baths, Ransvik, and everyone laughed out loud at the uniform dress code.
"It's wonderful to be here and I look forward to the wedding," said Pavel Datsyuk, Zata's teammate on the Detroit Red Wings.
Then the guests mingled and ate hors d'oeuvres, and the couple arrived to the rocky beach in a rowboat. Even then several friends and relatives were bathing.
"It feels great to get going. And everyone looks so nice in their swimsuits," says Emma.