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CurlyWurlyCake Wed 05-Nov-14 21:15:38

Would this outfit be ok for a trip up and back down the Thames for our Christmas party?

Do the trouser legs look too wide? I'm 5 8" and would wear heels and a size 8 although no boobs, do you think I'm going to look like a stick?

Thanks in advance for the help.

burnishedsilver Wed 05-Nov-14 21:21:23

Tbh, you might risk being mistaken for a waitress. I think I'd avoid the white top / black trousers combo.

MrsLettuce Wed 05-Nov-14 21:30:52

The general idea is fine but I agree about the waitress problem. The width of the trews is also fine (I'd probably go a little wider for evening TBH) but they look like they're thin jersey confused

this?

Isn't it likely to be cold? Am I being dim?

Not convinced by that outfit, sorry, although in theory it should be fine. Black trousers are too worky in my book, and the 'black trousers and a nice top' idea (unless jeans) reminds me of my mum and her friends. It feels a bit dated to me for that reason.

CurlyWurlyCake Wed 05-Nov-14 21:42:09

Mrs that one is lovely! much better than my initial search, thank you.

Remus ha ha ha yes you are more than probably right. I'm hopeless at these things. I wear coast dresses to work, very safe and I sometimes catch a glimpse of myself and think mumsie hmm

The boat is inside for the main party, I have been before and it's not cold under deck.

What about this one?

MrsLettuce Wed 05-Nov-14 21:53:06

The navy dress is a bit weddingy, I think. Something like this? Maybe?

CurlyWurlyCake Wed 05-Nov-14 22:00:50

mrs you are really good at this thanks

I really like your first link although it's a bit over budget but not undo able.

Can I now be a complete pain and see if you can help me find something in HOF along the same line? It's only because I have a bonus bond card that I can use in there and it makes me feel like I'm not spending money on myself smile

tethersend Thu 06-Nov-14 10:24:54

how about this?

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