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Who sells the most gorgeous special-occasion dresses for girls (online)?

(25 Posts)
franch Tue 09-Sep-08 11:19:28

Just having a browse, got a wedding coming up and lots of parties - where should I look?

Twiglett Tue 09-Sep-08 11:21:39

sweet velvet wrap dress

selection at monsoon

franch Tue 09-Sep-08 11:24:23

That Uttam one's lovely twig

kdk Tue 09-Sep-08 11:25:39

Just dresses - says it all really! - some are a bit OTT but they do have some really lovely ones as well

franch Tue 09-Sep-08 11:27:27

Oh i'd forgotten about that site kdk - thanks

franch Tue 09-Sep-08 11:59:09

Also need some lovely party shoes - not too bejewelled and tacky!

mrswoolf Tue 09-Sep-08 15:29:36

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mrswoolf Tue 09-Sep-08 16:03:37

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Podrick Tue 09-Sep-08 16:52:25

Ilovegorgeous poor quality for the price and not ethically sourced either...this is a hobby business for Harry Enfield's missus!

Podrick Tue 09-Sep-08 16:53:36

Google the dutch brand Jottum for fab stuff at huge prices!

Sycamoretree Tue 09-Sep-08 16:53:50

Oh, Monsoon, definitely.

parchment Tue 09-Sep-08 17:20:27

but nearly every little girl will be wearing a Monsoon dress at parties. I wouldn't go there for something special.
The quality isn't what it used to be either and it has got more 'high street'.

mrswoolf Tue 09-Sep-08 17:27:51

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Turniphead1 Tue 09-Sep-08 17:29:30

Poppy are very good Link

Sycamoretree Tue 09-Sep-08 17:32:07

Oh parchment, I'm only gently ribbing you but you sound like someone out of Pride and Prejudice! grin

mrswoolf Tue 09-Sep-08 17:37:34

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SunshineSmith Tue 09-Sep-08 17:41:15

Moonson so ubiquitous those days... too pinky,girly in the wrong kind of way..ah, and shinny!

thank u for the other links!

Sycamoretree Tue 09-Sep-08 17:53:04

Sunshine - you've just tripped in like Miss Austen herself! You and Parchment can get a room and erm, muse together.

The three dresses I bought in summer sale were so far from pink and girly it's wasn't true. One very bold vibrant tropical type print in petrol and cerise and white. The other, a very demure cream cotton dress with silver grey broderie anglaise and a delightfully victoriana vibe with floppy bow. The other I can't remember - I probably bought it because it was cheap.

SunshineSmith Wed 10-Sep-08 14:52:34

Delighted for you!

yelnats Wed 10-Sep-08 15:04:24

How old is your dd?

yelnats Wed 10-Sep-08 15:04:25

How old is your dd?

Hulababy Wed 10-Sep-08 15:07:18

Monsoon is normally fab for special dresses

franch Wed 10-Sep-08 15:28:26

Thanks for all the links everyone - will come back in a sec and check them out. I kind of agree with parchment about monsoon ...

DDs are 3 and 4.5

OrmIrian Wed 10-Sep-08 15:29:56

I bought DD a really pretty special occasion dress from Debenhams. Twas a Red Herring dress.

pagwatch Wed 10-Sep-08 15:31:59

I would google Jottum ( bought four or five dresses from them for weddings etc they are fab although last season wasn't so nice).
Floriane is pretty in French traditional way. Childrenssalon have a nice selection including D&G and Kenzo which again can have nice pieces. For younger girls Sarah Louise is nice at times but you have to swerve the meringue type ones. Save the queen have funky stuff for older girls but parties ratherthan weddings. And Their Nibs do very lovely party dresses.
Also depends on your budget

Why don't you do a search on ebay for girls dresses for the correct age group and then list highest price first. That way you will get unusual and occasion dresses for ideas and at the top of the price listings a lot of the stuff will be new.

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