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Advice for daughters prom suit

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havenlady Fri 20-May-16 17:24:46

DD is gay, pretty much lives in a t shirt and jeans and says she would like to wear a man's suit and tie to her prom. That is fine but I don't want her to look ridiculous in an ill-fitting outfit. Any suggestions where to look for a plain smartish trouser suit - she is a size 10, about 5'6'' tall. We have ordered a white Tuxedo from ASOS that we could get adjusted, with a plain pair of trousers. I was hoping to find something like this she could try:

Many thanks

Many thanks

MuttonCadet Fri 20-May-16 17:33:33

what about a hugo boss suit in black - very stylish.

Fuzzypeggy Fri 20-May-16 17:34:06
This looks cool, slightly more formal than the link you posted

MrsLettuce Fri 20-May-16 18:49:17

Absolutely not what you were asking for, but Mango have a gorgeous teal-ish velvet suit that might be worth her while looking at.

Will have a look for what you were actually asking for

MrsLettuce Fri 20-May-16 18:59:14

Could have chosen a better photo to attach really, looks like a curvy, fitted job there (I now notice) but it's actually a straight cut.

Is this more the sort of thing she was after?
this (they have trews with it too) is maybe interesting

EduCated Fri 20-May-16 19:18:40

Worth a look at Zara

havenlady Fri 20-May-16 19:40:30

Great ideas everyone - many thanks

cressetmama Fri 20-May-16 20:08:06

Pity to waste the dressing up opportunity. I've been reviewing my vintage clothing and have handed DS a red and black brocade tux I bought in 1984 when I styled a band in NY. He loved it, but it's a little too big ATM! Don't see why your DD should feel constrained; what about the flamboyant side of gay pride? Persuade her that her peacock instinct needs full expression!

MrsLettuce Fri 20-May-16 20:25:06

In what way is wearing a fab suit wasting a dressing up opportunity? hmm The lass should wear what the hell she like IMHO.

That said, this is not a suit but, erm, yeah, maybe worth a look? It's certainly a Marmite suit but if she likes it then she'll love it

cressetmama Sat 21-May-16 13:28:04

Only that she will have years to wear fab plain suits, depending on future occupation, but the chance to be Lord Flauntleroy comes less often!

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