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Which of these dresses do you prefer for a wedding guest?

(27 Posts)
sweetheart Thu 24-Oct-13 16:02:53


ASOS red

ASOS Burgandy

petrol blue

BackforGood Sat 26-Oct-13 14:56:50

A total aside, but doesn't the model look awful on that last link (by Leo).
So boney and anorexic looking, not an attractive look at all IMO.

LeoandBoosmum Sat 26-Oct-13 01:54:46

Just found this! I think this is gorgeous for a wedding, very 'in' shade too!

ArtDecoGirly Fri 25-Oct-13 19:30:14

Yep, out of the four, the last one is the only one suitable for a wedding. The middle two would look alright in a nightclub... not really elegant enough for a wedding...

MyBoilsAreFab Fri 25-Oct-13 19:12:43

Another vote for the petrol blue one. I'd vamp it up a bit with shoe boots, maybe some subtly patterened tights, and some statement black jewellery - necklace and cuff, some strong lippie and off you go!

buttercrumble Fri 25-Oct-13 19:07:39

The last one , the first 3 are a bit tacky for a wedding

MollyMango Fri 25-Oct-13 19:02:13

I don't think black is suitable for a wedding - definitely the petrol one!

sweetheart Fri 25-Oct-13 15:24:57

I'm 32 - does that count as young? not according to my teenager daughter who thinks I'm ancient! lol

janmoomoo Fri 25-Oct-13 14:57:38

Yes number four is best. The ASOS ones are a bit young - maybe you are young?

sweetheart Fri 25-Oct-13 11:51:13

I think the warehouse one looks short because the model is tall. It is deffo longer on me than the picture shows.

BackforGood Thu 24-Oct-13 23:28:29

Number 4 is by far the best.
1 and 3 definitely too short for a wedding - wedding clothes should be classy, not nightcluby IMO.

polyhymnia Thu 24-Oct-13 23:19:37

Agree with others blue one only really suitable one - others too tarty - but needs accessorising with stylish shoes and clutch in interesting colours/textured and funky necklace to make it not too staid.

Financeprincess Thu 24-Oct-13 23:06:20

I like the Warehouse dress the best, shame it's a bit short! The blue one is more wedding-y but I find it a bit boring/ageing.

dizhin79 Thu 24-Oct-13 17:01:20

defo the petrol with big statement necklace and killer heels, accessorize with glamour in mind then no workwear in site? could contrast tights colour if ur wearing them, worn with shoe boots would look v cool

SirChenjin Thu 24-Oct-13 17:00:14

I don't really think it's work wear tbh, but I think the right shoes and accessories will make it look more wedding-y. Yellow, bright pink, silver, cream, dark purple etc all go well - colour suggestions here

sweetheart Thu 24-Oct-13 16:30:22

ok so what would you do to the petrol one to make it less work wear and more wedding wear?

Wishfulmakeupping Thu 24-Oct-13 16:23:53

Yes petrol one is the nicest love the colour

AndTwoBits Thu 24-Oct-13 16:18:38

Another vote for the petrol blue dress. I don't like the others, sorry.

SirChenjin Thu 24-Oct-13 16:16:11

The petrol blue one is definitely the best of the bunch. The others are a bit tarty short for a wedding.

sweetheart Thu 24-Oct-13 16:16:11

The red asos one is very thick material and very good quality - the burgundy one is a little but slaggy blush it's made of body con material.

sweetheart Thu 24-Oct-13 16:15:26

I love the colour though!!!

sweetheart Thu 24-Oct-13 16:15:16

hmmm ok - my problems with the petrol one are - it's a bit plain and it's quite tight fitting so mucho drunken dancing might be an issue - and there just isn't quite enough boobage (trashy I know!)

Iheartcrunchiebars Thu 24-Oct-13 16:11:29

Petrol blue is definitely the nicest. Love it.

dexter73 Thu 24-Oct-13 16:11:03

I like the petrol dress. I don't like the colour of the Warehouse one. Not keen on the Asos dresses.

IslaValargeone Thu 24-Oct-13 16:08:39

The petrol one is very elegant. Don't like the Warehouse one at all.

ElizabethBathory Thu 24-Oct-13 16:07:04

Sorry was not v clear - I like the Warehouse one and would wear it to a wedding smile I think the two ASOS ones will look cheap IRL, going by my experience with ASOS dresses.

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