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what do you think to this dress and what would you wear with it?

(15 Posts)
lovelysongbird Wed 24-Sep-08 18:51:17


what do you think?

moondog Wed 24-Sep-08 18:52:51

I like it.
High black shoes and maybe a purple clutch bag.
If a wedding, a fascinator would look good.

Podrick Wed 24-Sep-08 18:55:04

My dd(9) recommends purple shoes and a purple headband!

she is a sefl styled fashion expert btw!

Szyslak Wed 24-Sep-08 18:55:39

Like the shape but not the fabric.

But not my colours so that's probably why.

CountessDracula Wed 24-Sep-08 18:56:21

fascinators are so silly looking though

brimfull Wed 24-Sep-08 18:56:45

it's alright if you're very slim

don't like these whaddya call them ,no shoulder sleeve things

moondog Wed 24-Sep-08 18:59:36

Well. I'd look a tit in one but maybe Lovely could carry it orf?

Blondilocks Wed 24-Sep-08 19:10:31

I like that. I'd wear it with a little cardigan and black or purple high heels.

Blondilocks Wed 24-Sep-08 19:12:36

Dammit. I love Jane Norman (& had forgotten they now had a website!)

I like this

FeelingLucky Wed 24-Sep-08 19:17:41

Hate floral patterns. Kind of thing a fat woman in her fifties would wear ... sorry for hating it.

mrsruffallo Wed 24-Sep-08 19:27:36

Don't like it much I'm afraid

angrypixie Wed 24-Sep-08 19:27:45

strapless is EVERYWHERE this autumn and absolutely rubbish for us well endowed/bf girlies.

I am an E cup when not breastfeeding and I say YAH BOO SUCKS to strapless.

Just envy if you can carry it off - go for it

Swedes Wed 24-Sep-08 19:29:19

Fascinbators should be renamed "What the fuck is that on her head?"

mrsruffallo Wed 24-Sep-08 19:30:29

I don't really do strapless either.
I am slim but have quite big bazonkas
The last time I wore strapless I couldn't relax

lovelysongbird Wed 24-Sep-08 19:58:06

hi i'm back, im going to try it on before i buy it.
i do think strapless suits me.

what the heck is a fascinator?

moondog i am loving the black killer shoes and purple clutch bag.
you are my new fashion guru grin

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