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Wedding outfit help, getting desperate now!

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TrashPanda Thu 22-Sep-16 21:44:27

I've got a wedding to go to on Saturday, it's an afternoon wedding and the ceremony is outside. The reception is in a pub/pub garden afterwards.

I've pretty much decided to wear a midi length silver pleated skirt with a black short sleeved body underneath.

I need to find shoes and something to keep me warm. I have an 18 month old who I need to be able to chase and I hate being cold!

I think the skirt needs a heel because I'm only 5'2" and size 8, skinny heels are out because I don't want to sink into the grass all day.

I can get to Dorothy Perkins, H&M, New Look, Miss Selfridge, Warehouse, Primark, M&S, Debenhams, Next, River Island, Topshop easily tomorrow.

KARMAisaBtch Thu 22-Sep-16 23:38:57

Maybe you can take a picture of the dress you are wearing so we can help you find a pair? smile

OlennasWimple Fri 23-Sep-16 03:02:54

Hmmm, how floaty is the skirt? A structured jacket probably won't work that will if it's quite floaty, but a shrug is too cutesy with that outfit, I think, and a pashmina is too floaty (and difficult to deal with when toddler wrangling)

OlennasWimple Fri 23-Sep-16 03:05:55

I'd be tempted to try these M&S shoes - the heel looks good and I like the shape of the foot bit.

OlennasWimple Fri 23-Sep-16 03:07:51

And while you're there, you could see if this cardigan would be any good

<feels slightly faint at finding two decent M&S items>

TrashPanda Fri 23-Sep-16 08:02:31

Excuse the mess, this is the skirt and top. I've got odd shoes on too, but I think they might be a bit high to run after toddler. I do better with shoes my feet are strapped in to, they are so narrow they fall out otherwise. I love that cardigan but 100 quid is a bit out of budget.

OlennasWimple Fri 23-Sep-16 15:13:28

How is your shopping trip going?

TrashPanda Fri 23-Sep-16 20:31:10

Found nothing for me so those wedges will have to do. Got loads of stuff the kids didn't really need though grin

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