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Looking for advice please on a suitable wedding outfit

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Monroe Thu 02-Jul-15 22:35:33

DH and I have been invited to a wedding early September. DH works with the groom and has done for years and knows him and his family (family business )very well. I have only met them a handful of times and am naturally quite shy and can get anxious about attending events where I barely know anyone. I know if I look nice I will feel more confident and it will be one less thing to worry about.

The problem is I have as much style as a bridge dwelling troll and struggle to know what looks good and what type of thing to go for. I would love some advice and tips on what to wear. If it helps I'm 5"8, size 12/14 and I know I don't suit or feel comfortable in skater / a line / prom style dresses.

I'd really appreciate any pointers on what the reasonably well dressed 40 somethings are wearing to weddings these days

Thisishowyoudisappear Fri 03-Jul-15 10:09:27

What's your budget? In your situation I would go to Hobbs. Lots of dresses, pretty, smart, conservative and wearable. Their shoes are great quality. I think they have a sale on.

Monroe Fri 03-Jul-15 22:20:17

Thank you very much, will definitely have a good look

nottheOP Fri 03-Jul-15 22:29:40

This is pretty. Check out roman, the just last season website, phase eight. Debenhams has a good range too.

Monroe Sun 05-Jul-15 10:33:29

Thank you. Never seen that site before, some lovely dresses on there

burnishedsilver Sun 05-Jul-15 11:19:12

I wish I had a wedding coming up. I'm looking fur an excuse to buy this.

Monroe Sun 05-Jul-15 17:03:29

That's a lovely dress, just the kind of style I tend to suit as well. What kind of shoes, bag, accessories etc would you go for? Told you I'm rubbish at this smile

burnishedsilver Sun 05-Jul-15 17:34:48

Shoes, bag, simple ear rings and bracelet, no necklace.

Chottie Sun 05-Jul-15 20:10:55

burnished silver - that is a fab outfit for a wedding smile

alfieandanniesmum Mon 06-Jul-15 22:49:35

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