So, when a conflicted married couple decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about whether or not they're wrong to keep displaying a family photo that makes their niece cringe into a puddle of fashion-related despair, people were there to help.
I got married in early 2020 and at the time my niece (then 22 now 24) was a bottle girl and went through a phase where it was her entire personality. As in, she couldn’t switch off the customer voice, said inappropriate things at inappropriate times to inappropriate people, wore outfits not suited to the event (a baptism, 2 weddings and a funeral), only talked about work.
It was annoying but for the most part the family didn’t comment hoping she’d grow of it. One of the weddings she went to was mine. Family had talked to her about dressing appropriately for events, I reminded her about our family tradition.