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Help - wedding guest outfit, need to hide baby bump

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Bubbinsmakesthree Fri 19-Aug-16 14:37:47

I'm going to a wedding next week. I've recently found out I'm pregnant and don't want to tell anyone yet.

I'm suffering from a bad case of '1st trimester bloat' and sporting a very distinct bump - I'm tall and normally quite 'straight up and down' so the pot belly is a dead giveaway. The outfit I had for the wedding is quite clingy and i look about 20 weeks gone in it!

So help me S&B, what can I wear?

Need to know details:
-I'm v tall, size 10, dark hair, pale skin
-prefer dresses at least knee length, and must look OK with flats
-wedding is at quite a smart venue but not overly formal/traditional.
-I have no budget as such as wasn't expecting to need to buy a new outfit! So cheap is good!

FauxFox Fri 19-Aug-16 14:49:18

Structured fit and flare will give you a good waist in your silhouette
pastel blue

Bubbinsmakesthree Fri 19-Aug-16 18:31:47

Ooh that is a good shape, thank you fauxfox. - I like the one with roses. I'm always cautious about white at weddings but that's not 'bridal' at all is it (is it?)

rosegoldie Fri 19-Aug-16 18:44:27

Something a bit loose and floaty will help disguise the bump! How about one of these? They are in the 'tall' range as well

And congrats smile

rosegoldie Fri 19-Aug-16 18:45:28

Just saw you want at least knee length in which case disregard my last suggestion as that one is quite short!

Bubbinsmakesthree Fri 19-Aug-16 19:52:03

Thanks rosie - I like the second one though it is more than I would ideally want to spend.

I was looking at this one on asos:

And this one:

rosegoldie Fri 19-Aug-16 21:28:10

Ooh love the pastel fit and flare!

The multiway is also lovely and if you wear with the sash in a bow at the front it offers more bump disguise!

Bubbinsmakesthree Sat 20-Aug-16 12:52:46

I worry that being linen the multiway would end up looking like a rag, but it's a good price and could be dressed down so might get more wear out of it.

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