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My dress is a bit see through and not what I want. Do I need a white or a nude coloured slip?

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TheOriginalFAB Tue 20-Sep-11 17:41:26

<rubbish at anything like this>

And what is the best colour for pants, white or nude?

shopalot Tue 20-Sep-11 17:46:00

Definitely nude. White will show through in certain lighting. Hope that helps!!!!

homeaway Tue 20-Sep-11 17:47:35

It depends on the colour of the dress tbh. For a dark coloured dress wear a dark slip underneath, light coloured dress a light slip.

TheOriginalFAB Tue 20-Sep-11 17:50:01

Thank you very much. So obvious once you know blush.

The dress is pink, red, white and coffee coloured and really nice. I will have to get a full length slip. Actually I have just remembered I have a cream camisole, would that do? It is quite long as covers my bottom.

ujjayi Tue 20-Sep-11 18:44:02

M & S do a nude slip which is perfect for your needs. Costs £19.99. I bought and wore one on Saturday and it worked a treat smile

ameliagrey Tue 20-Sep-11 19:11:45

If you want the white on the dress to look white, then go for a white slip. If you don't mind it looking creamy then go for nude. It really depends on how see- through the dress is.

TheOriginalFAB Tue 20-Sep-11 19:35:29

It is see through in that I can see the lace of my bra through the top.

coffeeinbed Tue 20-Sep-11 19:39:40

Don't do the camisole, it will ride up and it will drive you bonkers.
Get a proper slip, once you have you you'll wear it with other dresses as well.
Makes a difference, really does.

ameliagrey Tue 20-Sep-11 19:39:42

I think nude is the way to go then.

TheOriginalFAB Tue 20-Sep-11 19:49:27

I actually bought the camisole as I have a dress that shows my bra but turns out the camisole doesn't come high enough so doesn't do the job. It was really expensive as well but is really lovely. I sleep in the camisole now.

coffeeinbed Tue 20-Sep-11 19:54:29

They never do.
Love camisoles, but cannot find a decent way of wering the bloody things. End up petting them and putting away.

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