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I'm useless. What shoes with this dress?

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tethersend Fri 16-Nov-12 15:19:25


Red or Dead

DP block heel

Topshop again

Miss Selfridge neck-breakers

navy suede

fififolle Fri 16-Nov-12 14:04:43

What about these beauties?

HellothisisJoanie Fri 16-Nov-12 05:46:44

I have some grey leopard from there I wear for work. Aren't killer going out type (for me) but might work

HellothisisJoanie Fri 16-Nov-12 05:46:03

Ooh leopard great idea. If you want comfy / could wear at work types Clark's diary view are ace

CordeliaChase Fri 16-Nov-12 05:39:27

What about something like this? Just a touch of bling to jazz the outfit up?

SmoothOperandus Fri 16-Nov-12 05:17:01

Thank you ladies. I'm glad you think the dress is dinner-dance material. The shoes are stunning fifi, just gorgeous, but I could never spend that kind of money on shoes in general, never mind party shoes (as I never party really - if I can avoid it). Would I look really boring in navy shoes, maybe a shoeboot type thing?

HyvaPaiva Thu 15-Nov-12 22:33:10

Fifi those shoes are divine! With a sparkly belt on the dress they would look so beautiful. I'd also suggest these from Schuh for £65 which are a little similar to Fifi's.

fififolle Thu 15-Nov-12 22:21:47

...and spelling!

fififolle Thu 15-Nov-12 22:21:29

Obvious also rubbish at posting!!

fififolle Thu 15-Nov-12 22:21:04

I'm a bit rubbish at links but love LK Bennett

fififolle Thu 15-Nov-12 22:18:26

I'm a bit rubbish at links but love LK Bennett

buttercrumble Thu 15-Nov-12 22:08:05

Love the dress, i would put a nice pair of leopard print heels with it.......

SmoothOperandus Thu 15-Nov-12 15:57:20

Am I beyond help? sad

SmoothOperandus Thu 15-Nov-12 06:19:02

For DH's work xmas dinner dance I'm thinking of wearing a dress that's almost identical to this one:

I thought I'd put a sparkly belt on but then what shoes? The dress is navy. I have to heel heels as I'm very short but they have to be block style. Any ideas would be much appreciated. TIA

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