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Does this dress need a statement necklace? And what shoes?

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OrangeNoodle Fri 18-Nov-16 19:28:44

Just ordered this dress for a work awards dinner I'm hosting next Friday Biba wrap over gown

I will have hair up. Do you think it needs a statement necklace or something simple?

And sparkly or non-sparkly sandals? I have snake skin sandals that are gorgeous but think a bit of sparkle might be needed as the dress is plain?

If it makes any difference, I have fair skin and blonde highlighted hair that will be up on the night.

Dozer Fri 18-Nov-16 19:29:33

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OrangeNoodle Fri 18-Nov-16 19:44:34

Oh sorry, I really struggle with links on MN

Trying again

keeponkeepinon Fri 18-Nov-16 19:58:38

Very elegant. I'd go for something quite simple and delicate, let the dress do the talking. I'd probably also go for metallic sandals or sparkly.

whirlwinds Fri 18-Nov-16 20:01:32

lovely dress, would keep the necklace simple and for shoes maybe something like this not too sparkly but a bit which should work nice a dress like yours.
Example for necklace type:

llhj Fri 18-Nov-16 20:05:10

Gorgeous dress!

OrangeNoodle Fri 18-Nov-16 20:06:47

Thank you, oh I love those Jenny Packham shoes.

I have a fine platinum necklace that I wear every day with a simple diamond pendant that was made to match my engagement ring so I may stick with that.

Now, earrings. Diamond studs or drop with hair up?

redannie118 Fri 18-Nov-16 20:08:36

That's lovely but I think drop earrings and a nice bracelet would look better especially if your hair is up

nervoussam Fri 18-Nov-16 20:15:01

Drop earrings and no necklace I think. Would make neckline too busy. Lovely dress though.

nooddsocksforme Fri 18-Nov-16 21:54:50

definitely statement earings rather than necklace and definitely not both. delicate necklace would be lost

herecomesthsun Sat 19-Nov-16 08:53:21

Do you wear glasses? If not, def statement earrings and hair up.

herecomesthsun Sat 19-Nov-16 08:56:34


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