Hobbs dresses - what age range are they for?

(7 Posts)
Littleallovertheshop Thu 21-Apr-16 18:09:47

I'm in love with a few dresses from hobbs and as I'm currently dieting I've promised myself one when I drop a stone ie never. I love the twitchill one in mustard and there's a gorgeous wrap one with a spotty top.

Here's the question though - at 28 am I too young for their dresses? I can never tell what I'm meant to be wearing!

anotherdayanother Thu 21-Apr-16 18:11:39

Who cares! If you like the dress, you like the dress!
By my advanced age you will stop worrying about such things. Don't mean to sound intolerant - in fact I mean this in a nice, but slightly bossy way...

RaeSkywalker Thu 21-Apr-16 18:19:23

I wore a lot of Hobbs dresses when I left uni and started my career, aged 20. If you like it, wear it.

I love mustard coloured clothes but they look awful on me (I'm far too pale!)

Floisme Thu 21-Apr-16 18:56:43

I think it's more about lifestyle. Some people on here would probably say I was their demographic (50+) but I hardly ever buy from them because I just don't have that kind of life or job.

FifiRebel Thu 21-Apr-16 19:47:14

I've been wearing Hobbs dresses for work since I was 23 (26 now) when I started trying for promotion. Obviously not linked to the dresses but wanted to get in the right mindset rather than wearing H&M every day.

I usually go for their cotton dresses which are quite clingy. I buy them from eBay and always get lots of compliments.

Littleallovertheshop Thu 21-Apr-16 19:54:54

Hmmm ok, I can continue coveting then grin

Herewegoagainfolks Thu 21-Apr-16 20:02:02

Hobbs are my go to work brand.

Their styles flatter me and I have found the quality to be good.

I'm about 10 years older than you OP but have been wearing their clothes for years.

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