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Really like this Hobbs dress but not the price!

(10 Posts)
Nospringflower Mon 10-Mar-14 11:56:01

Hi, really love MULTI-12&refpage=dresses&view=2&searchpage=1&pagesize=18 dress and was thinking about it for a 50th do that I'm going to. But, might be a bit summery and is a bit dear. Anyone got any views or seen anything similar? Thanks grin

Nospringflower Mon 10-Mar-14 11:56:54

Oops - try again


Nospringflower Mon 10-Mar-14 11:58:11 MULTI-12&refpage=dresses&view=2&searchpage=1&pagesize=18

FauxFox Mon 10-Mar-14 16:07:32

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It's very nice OP but yes, quite summery, bare legs and a tan required imo!
When is the party? What is it you like about the dress - the shape/style or the colour/print?

Nospringflower Mon 10-Mar-14 16:24:44

Thanks Faux fox! I am a size 8 usually but no waist so that kind of shape is good for me as it hides my lack of waist and shows my thin legs making me look thin!

Think it is going to be too summery - party is start of April but in Scotland so still cold wink. Had thought it would be good tho as could also wear it on holiday in the summer.

FauxFox Mon 10-Mar-14 16:54:55

same shape plum or navy or tapestry
sheer sleeves
multi coloured

LaTrucha Mon 10-Mar-14 17:04:19

It's not at all the same really, but it reminded me of this that I like this I have to say it looked terrible on me I think because of my boobs (too big for this dress).

Saurus72 Mon 10-Mar-14 19:11:43

I do have issues paying full price at Hobbs, because it will be half price in the sale in June. I know that's a while to wait...!

LaTrucha Mon 10-Mar-14 19:53:36

Any good?

Nospringflower Mon 10-Mar-14 21:22:48

Thanks latrucha - that ones nice but a bit long for me. I'm quite petite and my legs are my best feature. I tend to look best in long to the ground or short I think.

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