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So, i have recently bought this dress - bargain, reduced from £60 to £15.I'm not really a dress kind of girl, but i have two occasions to go to and i thought it would be nice to dress up for a change.The first occasion is an evening do of a wedding, so it will just be the manshape and i, and the second is a christening - the day after the wedding - so children will be coming as well.Luckily it involves two different sets of friends so i can get away with wearing the same dress for the both of them.What to wear it with though? Any advice? How can i dress it up?Thanks in advance.
Anyone? Even if it's just to tell me i have shite taste in dresses....
Are you wearing it with leggings like the picture?For the wedding, wear some heels and maybe a black fascinator.For the christening, maybe ballet pumps and some chunky bangles.I think you should use make-up to make your looks different. Glam for the evening, more fresh-faced the next day.Or ignore me, don't know what I'm doing in S&B, but have been up for hours and am nearly hysterical with tiredness.
I don't know - are leggings a good look?Have. Not. Got. A. Clue.Can you tell?
Don't know if they are a 'good look', but the are very comfortable. I suppose it depends how much you like your legs.
Personally, i think leggings would be too casual for either occaision, better for dressing it down day to day wear.Wedding, i would go with heels and glitzier jewellry vs waht cheaphawaian says for christening.
Do you have a jacket that you could pop it for the wedding and add some jewellery, maybe a big red/pink flower in your hair and some heels? Needs a bit of colour for the wedding IMO.For the christening cardi and ballet pumps. Just make sure you have a backup for the christening in case someone spills red wine down it at the wedding!
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