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Wedding attire help !

(11 Posts)
Parsley1234 Sun 08-Feb-15 12:40:59

Have been invited to ex dh wedding and don't know what to wear ! Ex and new wife to be get on really well not looking to upstage the bride or anything like that but do want to look lovely please help am 5ft 7 size 10 (will be by then ! ) 32gg boobs and curvy. What Wd be lovely on trend or April wedding thank you x

SparklyReindeerShit Sun 08-Feb-15 13:57:00

I'd keep it really simple, nothing flashy at all - you don't want to seem like you're attracting any attention.
Something simple like trousers and a blouse? I'll go and look for a pic of what I mean.

SparklyReindeerShit Sun 08-Feb-15 13:58:46

second pic down

SparklyReindeerShit Sun 08-Feb-15 13:59:05

But not a cream blouse!

Parsley1234 Sun 08-Feb-15 14:44:19

Thanks sparkly yes that Wd look nice I'm thinking very understated classy xxx I'm shocked I've been invited to be honest but a lovely gesture x

Twinklestein Sun 08-Feb-15 16:22:35

I'd for for a trouser suit like this or this

Not necessarily at that price, they're just examples.

Parsley1234 Sun 08-Feb-15 18:00:33

Thank you twinkle ! Love the jacket on the first one keep them coming I'm going to buy second hand from ebay when I get the style x

SparklyReindeerShit Mon 09-Feb-15 22:15:36

hope this link works not in black though

Parsley1234 Mon 09-Feb-15 22:17:44

Yes it does definitely the look I want underrated elegance ! What colour not black not cream what's good ? X

SparklyReindeerShit Tue 10-Feb-15 09:11:15

Navy? Grey? You could do navy trousers and a lighter coloured top?

Parsley1234 Thu 12-Feb-15 11:51:14

Yes thank you sparkly I am going to look for that look I'm thinking of a similar look of George clooney s wife in Venice the palazzo pants not in cream with top ! Thank you xx

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