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For a September wedding (end of September)?www.principles.co.uk/fcp/product/-//Neutral-Burnout-Prom-Dress/8147
I like it.
Gorgeous, though you would probably need a shrug/little cardi to cover your shoulders in September.
I like it - grey accessories rather than "natural" though I think
I was thinking grey accessories but not sure about shoes or what colour of cardi/shrug? Any ideas? I bought the dress today! It is lovely on.
How about a steely grey for the shrug and pewter or silver for bag and shoes/sandals?Monsoon and Coast have lots of shrugs (and bags too), not so sure where to look for shoes/sandals
It has straps too - can be worn with or without.
it is pretty, I would want to have bright accessories, red or bright yellow, because the dress is simple and quite pale, contrast would be good.
I think you have to be careful with a cream dress at a wedding. You don't want to look to bridey. Unless you're the bride.
Its more grey than cream. The bride is my auntie and she is wearing ivory.
This is nice but quite ££ and maybe a little fussy?www.coast-stores.com/fcp/product/-/Cover%20Ups/Twink-Cover-Up/2465573941Not sure about wearing red or yellow with it, IMO it might look a bit odd.
I don't think its a dress which would compete with the bride, its patterned after all.
A shrug to match the pattern, and accessories too, that way it will certainly not match the bride!
anything constructive to say cod??
that is lovely Panacotta but a bit expensive.
I really like both. Not at all like a bride but very chic and elegant. You have lovely taste.
Don't really like it myself but will probably look nice on
yelnats, I noticed Monsoon have 70% off on lots of their clothes in store now, maybe you should try there for accessories?
It's advertised as a Prom Dress- not that that should matter, but I think it looks too "eveningy" and strapless dresses imo are a bit too informal for weddings unless super-hot summer day .
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