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Help! Concert dress

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Viewofthehills Sat 04-May-13 10:48:15

DD has to suddenly be in a concert tonight playing the piano after winning her class in a competition earlier in the week.
In a panic; all her dresses are too short, mine are too big for her.
Please, what should she be wearing?
Heading into town now- to make it worse, she can't come with me!

PhyllisDoris Sat 04-May-13 10:56:25

How old is she? And how formal is the concert?
My DD is 15 and teenagers round here don't dress up much when they're playing in concerts.

Viewofthehills Sat 04-May-13 11:14:56

She's also 15 and it is formal. Men have to wear DJ's.
Think I'm off to Monsoon. Thanks for replying.

AgentProvocateur Sat 04-May-13 11:19:19

Usually it's a long black dress for girls in the concerts here. No need for sleeves though. If you don't get any in Monsoon, oddly BHS might have some.

BreakfastCricket Sat 04-May-13 12:00:45

Check out the black t shirt dresses in New Look and Top Shop. Both styles are round neck and long maxi length. New look £15 and Tops Shop about £24.

circular Sat 04-May-13 15:58:01

Whenever Dd1 (also 15) has performed in a formal concert, its allowed long black skirts/dresses or black trousers.
She has worn smart black trousers (M&S, Next.) and if its all black, a black camisole with short sleeved cardi on top.

wahwah1270 Sat 04-May-13 20:43:55

We have found that for dd s long black concert dresses tesco have some surprisingly good ones

PhyllisDoris Sat 04-May-13 21:45:53

What did you get in the end?

Viewofthehills Sat 04-May-13 21:56:32

I bought a dress from Monsoon, didn't fit. Cue slight meltdown.
I was about to sew her into my (too big) black dress when I remembered a dress I haven't worn for a few years which is a bit tight on me and perfect on her. Panic over. She looked gorgeous and played very well.

I'm going to check out all your suggestions though. I never want to be in the situation again where we don't know what she's going to wear up to an hour before a concert. I have been so stressed!

Thank you!

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