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What do you think of this Toast dress?

(15 Posts)
FrancesFarmer Sat 18-Dec-10 13:15:27

What do you think of this Toast dress? ilk+Velvet+Wrap+Dress.htm?categoryref=%2fcategory. aspx%3fcategoryid%3ddresses%2520and%2520tunics%26s eoterm%3ddresses%2520and%2520tunics%26&pcat=dresse s+and+tunics&adimage=

Is it a comfortable yet elegant dress for winter occasions or a glorified dressing gown? I can't decide.

I wish they would provide better photos of their clothes - just one blurry one of a model in this dress.

tingletangle Sat 18-Dec-10 13:19:04

I don't like it from the photo of the dress on its own but it is so hard to tell. It does look like a dressing gown in that picture as you have no way of telling how it hangs or fits. The other photo is useless.

sleighBELLasringing Sat 18-Dec-10 13:24:05

I am sorry, but I don't like it. It looks like a dressing gown or a smoking jacket.

Dropdeadfred Sat 18-Dec-10 13:24:14

sorry - dressing gown is exactly what that looks like!!!

faustina Sat 18-Dec-10 13:28:33

I think it does look exactly like the dressing gown they do in the same fabric (which I have from a couple of seasons ago - and it really is dressing gowny velvet if you see what I mean) - sorry

Ghostcat Sat 18-Dec-10 13:34:44

i think it does look a bit like a dressing gown. what about this? there are not many sizes left though and none in the lovely green colour!

Chandon Sat 18-Dec-10 13:37:26

but that one's so shapeless...

BelligerentYhoULE Sat 18-Dec-10 13:40:20

Sorry but it's horrible imho. It looks like a 3 Kings costume.

Ghostcat Sat 18-Dec-10 13:42:46


Ghostcat Sat 18-Dec-10 13:43:47

nice in blue

faustina Sat 18-Dec-10 15:25:44

I like this:

tethersjinglebellend Sat 18-Dec-10 15:31:52

I can't decide. I linked to it on another thread a while ago, and thought it was ok at first glance- but you would never stop thinking of it as a dressing gown. How about:








tethersjinglebellend Sat 18-Dec-10 15:32:24

A baragin is a bit like a bargain, only cheaper.

battherat Sat 18-Dec-10 15:41:27

I liked the idea of it too but then had a butchers at it in the shop and it is like a dressing gown. I think that the only way that you could get away with it was if it's a perfect fit. Eg: Huggy at the top without too much volume in the skirt.

FrancesFarmer Sun 19-Dec-10 22:20:00

Thank you for all the feedback and links - I will be taking a good look at the alternatives you provided and possibly ditching the idea of a velvet dress altogether as I have a feeling it's one of those fashion whims that's best left unrealised. grin

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