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big busted party dress?

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hotair Sat 29-Jun-13 18:13:37

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hotair Sun 30-Jun-13 12:29:27

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noddyholder Sun 30-Jun-13 12:33:13


MrsLettuce Sun 30-Jun-13 13:00:18

The alexon rose print dress you linked to last night was very nice, surely worth a try? M&S have got a few wide fit shoes under 25 pounds that'd work with it.

iheartdusty Sun 30-Jun-13 21:09:37



with elastane

mooseisabunny Sun 30-Jun-13 21:18:11


I am the same bust as you and the 24 is perfect

MrsLettuce Sun 30-Jun-13 21:28:16

Oh, that's interesting, I;ve heard the hepburn dresses fall smaller than their swing dresses, which have a lower neckline. You might like this.

TeamEdward Sun 30-Jun-13 21:54:05

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MrsLettuce Sun 30-Jun-13 22:07:55

THe last dress (which also comes in a hepburn version) with these shoes, and this jacket would be stunning, all together it comes neatly within budget.

il0vepudding Sun 30-Jun-13 22:28:07

I'm a 34H and I'm tight with money. I just stick to Ebay and jersey dresses from charity shops ect, I never wear things with vertical seams under the bust ect. However people have suggested bravissimo for me. I looked online and their stuff wasn't cheap, about £40-£70 for one dress so I was put off, but their stuff was nice and they cater to big breasted women. Their clothes make is called 'pepperberry'. Look them up.

thatisnotanoption Sun 30-Jun-13 22:35:51

When you find your dress, I recommend duo for wider fitting shoes (and boots in winter).

hotair Sun 30-Jun-13 22:40:53

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MrsLettuce Sun 30-Jun-13 23:37:48

Oh, great choice! Lovely!

A petticoat is always good, love the look they give. One would balance your top half beautifully and make your waist tiny too. But, that said, it's in no way essential, the dresses are lovely without too. If a full on petticoat is too much for your taste, you might like the tara starlet ones, they add body and movement without masses of fullness.

mooseisabunny Tue 02-Jul-13 07:09:52

Beautiful choice Hotair!

I agree with Mrs, you dont need a petticoat but they do look awesome!

hotair Wed 03-Jul-13 18:40:01

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