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Need opinion of style gurus - dress me for girly night out!

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BouncingTurtle Wed 13-Aug-08 12:26:42

I have a very nice satin wrap top, black with a flower print.
Now my wardrobe is very limited buying more clothes is not an option atm.
I have a black satin bias cut skirt or a pair of black velour wide legged pants.

Which do you think I should wear? Do you think the skirt being satin with the top would be too much, or should I stick with the same fabric?
I like the idea of wearing the skirt as I am always in trousers.

BouncingTurtle Wed 13-Aug-08 12:46:35

Anyone? Please help, I am seriously unstylish.

Jazzicatz Wed 13-Aug-08 12:53:41

I would wear that with a smart pair of jeans and high heels.

BouncingTurtle Wed 13-Aug-08 14:06:24

That assumes I
a) have smart jeans,
b) wear high heels.

I have neither.
As I have already stated, I cannot buy more clothes. I only have what I stated in my original post.

Thanks anyway - at least you replied

Jazzicatz Wed 13-Aug-08 16:20:03

Ummmm I wouldn't put that top with either of the things you have suggested. Do you have anyone you could borrow something to wear - or a charity shop maybe worth a look.

BouncingTurtle Wed 13-Aug-08 16:32:05

No I don't - none of my friends are remotely my size - short and fat.
Honestly, I don't do jeans or high heels. It's quite funny when I go out with 2 of my mates as they do wear heels - I'm 5'3 and they are both over 5'10" grin I do have a pair of kitten heels though, only about 1" high though!
I'm known for my slightly strange crap fashion sense.

Jazzicatz Wed 13-Aug-08 17:12:27

When you say fat - what size are you?

BouncingTurtle Wed 13-Aug-08 18:37:52

Currently a size 18! Still to lose the pg weight blush
Ah well when I go to work in the next couple of weeks I'll start losing weight as will be more active, less opportunity to snack probably not enough time to eat!

janeite Wed 13-Aug-08 18:43:45

Wear the top with the trousers and the kitten heels - and have a lovely time!

BouncingTurtle Wed 13-Aug-08 18:48:08

Thanks

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