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Tea Dresses

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Gales Fri 12-Apr-13 11:56:14

I ready an article recently that said this was "the only dress you'll ever need"

I like them and I see that they can be great on the young or edgy with chunky shoes or pumps and denim/leather etc, but on a middle aged mum don't they look, well, middle aged and mumsy?

Whitershadeofpale Fri 12-Apr-13 17:54:32

I agree with eeyore and as a short arsed 5 2" length isnt a problem sitting just above the knee.

EmpressMaud Fri 12-Apr-13 18:07:40

Whiter's and Noddy's dresses both look like tea dresses to me. Not so sure about the others.

They're lovely, I think.

noddyholder Fri 12-Apr-13 18:08:57

That shape does flatter boobs

Ashoething Fri 12-Apr-13 18:10:55

Ha I live in tea or 50's style dresses! Seriously I wear one every day. I like to try and emulate a vintage look though. I think they suit my figure though-am a 14/16 with big norks but slim hips/legs. I wear them with tights or stockings-either coloured,patterned or fishnets. I will never stop wearing tea dresses<sticks tongue out>

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