Could I wear this to a wedding?

(26 Posts)
Onedropoflove Fri 22-Aug-14 10:40:17
OwlCapone Fri 22-Aug-14 10:42:17

I don't think it's right for a wedding at all.

I also think it wouldn't look out of place in a prison. Sorry!

Heels99 Fri 22-Aug-14 10:43:11

Have you tried it on? As that style is very hard to get to fit. Yes could wear it to a wedding with the right accessories and a bit of colour and you would prob wear it again but whether it fits you is key

Heels99 Fri 22-Aug-14 10:44:24

Avoidthe clodhopping shoes that the model has got on, agree with pp that is the prisoner look!

Onedropoflove Fri 22-Aug-14 10:47:45

Ok I've changed my mind! The dresses all seem so short.

Toofattorun Fri 22-Aug-14 11:03:09

Oh no...it looks like mechanics attire! Sorry!

Onesleeptillwembley Fri 22-Aug-14 11:05:57

This is the second industrial looking item I've seen linked on here in the last 10 mins. It's definitely not wedding wear, I can't really see it working anywhere, tbh.

BackforGood Fri 22-Aug-14 11:25:28

I agree with everyone else.
Glad you've changed your mind.
There are lots of people on here who always link to some wonderful clothes when people ask them for help - do give an idea of budget though, as some of them are eyewateringly expensive. Others are fab though.

FamiliesShareGerms Fri 22-Aug-14 11:33:56

I quite liked it and could see it working in a very trendy city wedding setting (not so much the country church or stately home)

More details on the do, your budget etc..?

SinglePringle Fri 22-Aug-14 13:34:50

I have it and love it but I wear it to work.

Heels99 Fri 22-Aug-14 15:33:45

Singlepringle, mechanic or prison?

SinglePringle Fri 22-Aug-14 16:06:49

Neither - media related industry. You know, quite fashionable!

Oh Heels that made me LOL!

SinglePringle Fri 22-Aug-14 17:52:57

Although I do accept not everyone could wear it. But at 5'8 and a size ten with a great arse and great tits, I do give it a damn good try grin.

BackforGood Fri 22-Aug-14 18:10:02

Fair play to SinglePringle for taking that in good humour, as I do confess to having a little snort at Heels's post grin

mandy214 Fri 22-Aug-14 18:12:37

No. I think if you are very slim and generally trendy (I.e have 'cool' haircut, accessorise it well and are wearing it to a quirky event or as Single says in a fashionista environment) you could probably carry it off, but I dont think its wedding attire at all.

LatteLoverLovesLattes Fri 22-Aug-14 18:19:11

I have been to 3 weddings this year. One very picnic on the lawn, one very 'beautiful but inexpensive venue, lots of friends to help, but lovely and one very 'over the top hats and professional everything in an expensive venue' and that jumpsuit wouldn't have looked out of place at any of them if you look good in it. Wedding outfits aren't what they used to be!

Leviticus Fri 22-Aug-14 18:23:37

'Wedding' outfits are generally awful. I 'd rather go prison chic - get it!

Singlepringle I bet you look grand in it with those stats.

SinglePringle Fri 22-Aug-14 19:49:34

Thanks all! I wear it with hot pink suede stilettos and look rather bloody fabulous grin!

Nerf Fri 22-Aug-14 20:22:56

I love it (5'7 size ten bleach blonde) would wear with ironic white stilletoes, red clutch and definitely would go to a wedding in it. Love it.

OBface Fri 22-Aug-14 22:03:19

Love a jumpsuit - if it suits you wear it.

Totally appropriate wedding attire.

peasandlove Fri 22-Aug-14 22:30:51

I think if it looks awful on the model it's unlikely it's going to look good on you.

frankietwospots Fri 22-Aug-14 22:36:19

Teamed with hot pink, that would look amazing.

ThinkIveBeenHacked Fri 22-Aug-14 22:39:06

Its a bit "Abnegation"

ElephantsNeverForgive Fri 22-Aug-14 22:42:47

DD2 could, but she's 13 with dark blonde go with anything colouring and a gymnasts figure.

I'm not sure a grown woman, past the I hate dresses stage could.

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