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Wedding next weekend. Family do so not massively over posh But more than jeans posh.I am completely clueless And about to take DD2 to try to find something. Which means I'll get about 10 minutes in debenhams and 5 in new look and maybe m & s if I'm lucky.Oh. And I'm very large and don't wear heels or skirts.Please hrlp!
Wide-legged trousers in a plain colour with a stunning tunic top & one of these statement necklaces that are so popular?Pashmina or stole.
20As little as poss. Never likely to wear it again.I'm beige all over.
And it has to be trousers, yes?No dresses?
Well I do do a tunic and legging look sometimes.
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Not really. I live in jeans/leggings/pyjamas.
I do have monday off so if D2 can't bring herself to look for more than 5 minutes (she struggles with shops) i can try again in peace then.
Jumpsuit? could put a blazer over.
Hmmmm.Nice shape. How does one wee in a jumpsuit?Quite liking the trouser shape. Will try to find some to try on.
If you'd consider a dress, this or this is nice.
I have no idea about wee/jumpsuit combo. Sorry
Oh dear. It's not going well.Can i wear jeans?
Ooh. She's found an acceptable pair of jeans. Phew and hurrah!
Oh. Are you really wearing jeans to the wedding?If you're certain they will be ok with it... Well done
I'm not. D2 is though. She only wears black jeans. She had enough so I'll look again monday.
Why only trousers?Could always sell outfit after wearing.
I can't find anything do am going naked.
You may upstage the bride a little...
Stop being so negative, go to Evans & ask for advice?
Do you have a local Matalan?This top for a tenner, plus a pair of their navy trousers (various cuts) for another tenner.And a pair of ballet flats for £6 (blue, red).
Interesting mrs c. Will venture out on monday.
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