I don't need this dress but it is a bargain but...

(10 Posts)
ParadiseCity Wed 21-Sep-16 12:36:45

But would it be tricky to carry the ruffles off? Would it be flappy and annoying? Please talk me either in or out of it...

www.oasis-stores.com/gb/sale/clothing/ruffle-dress/058468.html?cgid=sale-clothing&dwvar_058468_color=01&position=12#prefn1=parentRefinement&prefv1=Dresses&start=12&categoryID=sale-clothing

iwantavuvezela Wed 21-Sep-16 12:37:58

Have you tried it out on? I often find that dresses in sales that are quite discounted have a weird fit! That said its a lovely dress.

melibu84 Wed 21-Sep-16 12:39:15

Omg, it's only £12?! I'd say go for it, maybe don't wear it in windy weather :D

ParadiseCity Wed 21-Sep-16 12:39:33

No I've just been looking online. I do need a new dress but ideally not a black one. Thank you for replying I bet you are right & its a funny fit.

ParadiseCity Wed 21-Sep-16 12:40:22

LOL x posted with Melibu arrgggh

rightsforwomen Wed 21-Sep-16 12:40:25

It's cut pretty low at the front - I don't think I could get away with it no boobs

ParadiseCity Wed 21-Sep-16 12:42:43

I do have boobs...No offence to the model but showing it on 'Jordan who is 5 foot 9 and wears a size XS' is not helping me work out how it would look on me!

elvisola Wed 21-Sep-16 12:44:41

I tried that dress on, the material was really flimsy so it didn't hang very well and it was a strange shape/fit. I'm a quite averagely shaped size 10.

rightsforwomen Wed 21-Sep-16 13:03:11

says it out of stock anyway.

Doobigetta Wed 21-Sep-16 18:38:30

It looks low cut enough that you'd have to go braless, I think. Depends if that works for you- I wouldn't.

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