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I need a dress for a wedding.I am happy to wear below the knees and need sleeves.I am a size 10 and 5'3.I need something for the hot weather Thanks to anyone with ideas
any colour? can it be fitted or would you like loose fitting? was thinking phase eight have some lovely dresses with sleeves
tricky... not many summer weight dresses with sleeves, except a few in black which is a bit of a no-no at weddings. Would a dress without long sleeves be ok so long as you had a jacket over ?
I'm not sure what kind of styles you would like but there's floral bodycon effort from asoslong hippy chic from free people (my favourite but not to everyone's taste)simple jersey dress from kaliko- but it's on the kneelace on the knee in a couple of different colours as well
No sleeves but beautiful Not quite what youre looking for but think it's easily wearable- would like great with a draped shawl or light flowing cardigan.
not a long sleeve (not sure if there's a length of sleeve preferred...and black... But it's the kind of dress that would work for multiple occassions....
this would work at a wedding I think
berry lace maxi
Lol ninja... possibly the barmiest link for a wedding outfit
stunning simple blue from Mango
Oops! Trying to link on an ipad! hereI thought you were doubting my style ( which you may well do when you see it!)
Hi beeny you might find something on here. Many if them are above knee but there are a few. Try putting in your own criteria on the sitehere
Haha Ninja it's a fab choice actually... the first one was a bit experimental!
The Guardian have compiled a list of dresses with sleeves. As you're not hugely tall, some of the knee length ones might go under and end up midi length. www.guardian.co.uk/fashion/gallery/2013/jul/10/dresses-with-sleeves-in-pictures
Thanks everyone will have a look.
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