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Wedding in a week, but NOTHING to wear

(10 Posts)
FacelikeaBagofHammers Sun 25-Jun-17 20:10:09

I need your help mumsnetters.

I've a wedding in a week and despite having tried on about 30 million dresses, I don't feel good in any of them. Have you seen anything nice online lately? I'll need to order online and have delivered to ROI.

I'm a sporty size 8, with absolutely no chest. I don't really have more than 100 quid to spend and would really prefer something I could wear again to pub/restaurant, no nothing really over the top like Coast etc.

Any amazing ideas for me please!!! I'll be going naked at this rate.

FacelikeaBagofHammers Sun 25-Jun-17 20:12:24

Edited to add, I'm 35 and conscious of the 'mutton dressed as lamb' thing too ... sad

WeeM Sun 25-Jun-17 20:22:48

How about a midi skirt, I love these:
There's loads of patterns and I think you could wear quite a casual Bardot/strappy top with them and maybe contrasting heels/bag.

burnishedsilver Sun 25-Jun-17 20:48:10

What's your colouring?

burnishedsilver Sun 25-Jun-17 20:57:17

A bit over budget but very wearable and free delivery/returns to Ireland.


FacelikeaBagofHammers Sun 25-Jun-17 21:08:08

I'm fairly pale, brown shoulder length brown hair, blue eyes. I'll put on a bit of tan but never go that dark smile

I love that skirt! I really like that jumpsuit too actually. Funnily enough I was looking at this one earlier

burnishedsilver Sun 25-Jun-17 21:13:53

Oh nice. That's worth trying on. You might find it cheaper on the house of fraser website because you'll pay sterling.

burnishedsilver Sun 25-Jun-17 21:15:57

Its about 10 euros cheaper.

FacelikeaBagofHammers Sun 25-Jun-17 21:23:28

Cool. Thanks. What shoes would you wear with that?

burnishedsilver Sun 25-Jun-17 23:29:45

How about something along these lines?

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