Urgent top help needed please for brother-in-laws 50th!

(8 Posts)
1944dadhelp Mon 09-May-16 19:34:10

Hi, am running out of time. Please can you help me with suggestions? I'm 5'9" and am thinking of wearing black skinny jeans with heels.
But the top of my thighs are fat so I need something longish to hide them, I also have big boobs 34FF .
Please please can you point me in the right direction so I can order online this evening?
P.S Sister in law is gorgeous in what-ever she wears sad

MrsPeacockDidIt Mon 09-May-16 20:05:42

Both my go-to longer tops to wear with coated jeans / leather leggings are from Mint Velvet but from a few years ago so not sure what their current collection is like. I wear mine a LOT grin

1944dadhelp Mon 09-May-16 20:48:10

Thank you- am of to take a look!

MrsLettuce Mon 09-May-16 20:58:29

I rather like this and I suspect it'd be everso flattering. Would be great with some bold jewelry.

ILostItInTheEarlyNineties Tue 10-May-16 09:41:12

What about a long line camisole with your black skinnies? You could wear a fitted jacket undone over the top or if you're arms are ok, there are loads of long sleeveless jackets in the shops. Team with a long statement necklace.
Alternatively, how about a floaty top that gathers in under your bust. That's usually flattering.
Have a good time.

Pantsalive Tue 10-May-16 12:47:27

I expect you've ordered something by now but, in case you haven't, have you looked at Wallis? I think they sometimes have some reasonable, longer length tops:
www.wallis.co.uk/en/wluk/product/clothing-265973/tops-265992/khaki-asymmetric-wrap-top-5519999?bi=40&ps=20
www.wallis.co.uk/en/wluk/product/clothing-265973/tops-265992/grey-embellished-asymmetric-top-5306514?bi=120&ps=20
You could dress either of them up with big jewellery.

sleepwhenidie Tue 10-May-16 14:04:53

Do you like this one...its linking to the us site for some reason but is uk too.

1944dadhelp Tue 10-May-16 17:27:08

Thanks ladies - still not ordered anything yet but you've given me some good examples xx

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