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Is this suitable to wear to a christening?

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1wokeuplikethis Wed 27-May-15 14:19:05,default,pd.html

1wokeuplikethis Wed 27-May-15 14:19:45

Sorry that link is a bit cack. Hope it works though.

Don't know if it's a bit too casual :-s

Runningupthathill82 Wed 27-May-15 15:08:02

I think it really depends on your figure. If you're slim and flat of chest then it would look lovely with heels and a semi-smart pale jacket (jersey blazer?)

But if you're curvier with big boobs, I think something that strappy could involve boob spillage, and it might be a bit much for church?

BadgersArse Wed 27-May-15 15:08:57

where is it? On a tropical island?

pasbeaucoupdegendarme Wed 27-May-15 15:14:16

Well. I wouldn't. But people seem to treat Christenings as weddings these days so who knows?!!

I think with Christenings you need to think what sort of people the parents and family are and what sort of a do they're having. Personally I just wear normal "church smart" for them, but I will be going to one in a month or so where I know the parents will have pulled out all the stops so may have to smarten up my act!

1wokeuplikethis Wed 27-May-15 16:45:01

I am slim and flat, ha! I would wear it with heels and a smart blazer/jacket.

I bought it because I love it but now don't have money to buy something else, oops. So therefore wondering if it's appropriate.

A christening on a tropical island sounds ace though.

TheGirlFromIpanema Wed 27-May-15 16:47:20

Tbh I would say not suitable for a christening...

although that being said if you have nowt else and it looks nice on then who cares grin

birkiekid Wed 27-May-15 16:54:50

Are you a guest or one of the parents/godparents? As a guest I would say it's fine with a jacket.

1wokeuplikethis Wed 27-May-15 19:57:02

Erm godparent. Oh bugger sad

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