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Do you like this dress?

(15 Posts)
ringaling Sun 27-Nov-16 16:38:19

I'm thinking of getting this..opinions?
I'm 30

Fuzzypeggy Sun 27-Nov-16 16:40:51

I like it, would look fab on someone with great legs (not me!)

TheCountessofFitzdotterel Sun 27-Nov-16 16:41:45

I love it.

humanfemale Sun 27-Nov-16 16:42:14


PacificDogwod Sun 27-Nov-16 16:43:41

Not to my taste, sorry, but quite cool.

What kind of occasion would you wear it to?

ringaling Sun 27-Nov-16 16:48:05

I would wear it for a normal day with long sleeve top underneath and black tights and ankle boots

Heratnumber7 Sun 27-Nov-16 16:49:54

Lovely, if you are slim with good legs.
I am not

Mistykit Sun 27-Nov-16 16:50:50

Love it!! I'm trying to resist finding it online and buying it :s

This is the problem with these threads... so far I have spent about 300 quid over the last couple of months on clothes/boots/shops people have posted about here :s

PacificDogwod Sun 27-Nov-16 16:52:06

Yes, I can see how that would work.
I think it was the styling on the picture you posted that put me off.

ringaling Sun 27-Nov-16 16:54:51

I'm deffo not cool enough to wear it like the model ha ha

ringaling Sun 27-Nov-16 16:55:24

It's from Topshop mistykit if you have the urge ;-)

fakefuss Sun 27-Nov-16 18:25:38

Someone had this dress on at a first aid course I was in last week, wore it with a long sleeve black top, opaques and ankle boots. Looked really nice and got her out of having to play dead wink I'm gonna wear a dress next time!

Yummum19 Sun 27-Nov-16 18:28:55

I have this smile
I wear it with a black long sleeved top, black tights and boots. I love it!

Myusernameisalreadyinuse Sun 27-Nov-16 18:30:51

I like it but it looks like it would ride up. Although that might be my body shape, as lots of skirts and certain dress types seem to ride up on me.

Whyhellodaffodil Sun 27-Nov-16 18:34:57

They've got an identical one in new look which is about £20 cheaper if that helps - I like it by the way!

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