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minusten Fri 24-Mar-17 11:47:31

Really struggling with work clothes at the mo. I'm short and a little chunky (size14) with very big boobs.

Nothing seems to fit me well!

Can someone suggest a good shop for me, I need;
Jersey dresses
Some fitted dresses
A jacket
Smart trousers
Tops/blouses- I struggles here the most because of boobs!

I have a professional job but always feel such a scruff bag!!

minusten Fri 24-Mar-17 11:49:17

Sorry forgot to mention budget. I would spend a bit on key peices, but don't want to spent a fortune! Probably around £500 maybe a bit more.

Sample1936 Fri 24-Mar-17 11:56:37

And find a good tailor!
Stick to plain solid colours so you get the most out of them.

ChipmunkSundays Fri 24-Mar-17 12:01:16

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

BoboChic Fri 24-Mar-17 12:03:16

I went to Cos this week, a bit by accident, and found some things I really liked. Some of it is terribly boring (and I wouldn't advise anyone to try to buy a whole look from Cos - that is not the point of the brand) but other bits were very good quality for the cut/fabric.

domesticslattern Fri 24-Mar-17 13:41:03

NW3 folded a couple of years ago. Which is a pity as I rather liked it.

BarchesterFlowers Fri 24-Mar-17 13:49:23

I always found NW3 too short for me.

I have bought a few dresses this week from Hobbs and found them too short (5"7) so they could be great for you OP.

This was shorter on me than the model so returned.

I thought that this would be nice but didn't order it on length alone.

Otherwise Jaegar Outlet have nice dresses. I also ordered three Phase 8 dresses but they were all returned.

The great thing is that you don't have to pay full price for much (or postage/returns).

BumbleNova Fri 24-Mar-17 15:19:27

I second finding yourself a tailor/seamstress to do you some alterations. I have totally failed to find anything that fits me round the waist and hips so went to chat to a lovely local seamstress about whats possible/easy. most things can be adjusted, just check the width of the seams.

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