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I have this what do I do with it?

(13 Posts)
LynetteScavo Tue 07-Dec-10 21:25:49

I was thinking a long, layered pearl necklace.....and what shoes?

I know lots of people wont like the dress, but it's really flattering and doesn't make my belly and bum look huge.

LynetteScavo Tue 07-Dec-10 21:26:21


ItsKurriiiistmas Tue 07-Dec-10 21:26:49

where is the dress?

chocoholic Tue 07-Dec-10 21:32:27

Ooh, love the dress.

How about cream shoes or silver sandles?

ItsKurriiiistmas Tue 07-Dec-10 21:35:28

ah grin I think layered pearls would look nice - it has a vintagy feel to it (I think its very pretty BTW)

I was going to suggest pewter shoes, a heeled dolly maybe? (but a delicate one, not clumpy)

chocoholic Tue 07-Dec-10 21:36:08



BelligerentGhoul Tue 07-Dec-10 21:43:48

Cute dress. Are you in Birmingham? I do like a little mooch in People every now and then.

Yes - long pearls would be lovely with silver or pewter shoes and jewellery and either a pale fake fur shrug/cape or a feathered one like this if you're feeling brave!

I think the look to aim for is an updated posh Edwardian artistic-type lady!

panettoinydog Tue 07-Dec-10 21:48:35

Dress is lovely

ItsKurriiiistmas Tue 07-Dec-10 21:48:58

dolly Mary Jane I should say.

this sort of thing

or style not colour

def. go for edwardian/artist as BG suggests.

BelligerentGhoul Tue 07-Dec-10 21:50:45

Ooh yes to that first one - in fact, nude dolly shoes like you get in dance/theatre shops would be ideal.

tethersjinglebellend Tue 07-Dec-10 21:57:55

These would be lovely.

LynetteScavo Tue 07-Dec-10 22:01:15

Oh, I lurve the feathered cape! (But fear it might make me sneeze grin)

What coloured tights would I wear with those shoes? confused

LynetteScavo Tue 07-Dec-10 22:02:27

And no, I'm not in B'ham, it's the only link I could find.

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