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its bloody see through.Its lovely, but I dont do see through dresses What can I wear underneath? In my head, I'm thinking I need "a slip" (is that the right term?! And if so, where can I get one!
off to marks and sparks with you my dear
thanks - just found some on their website. Just disappointing that it may cost me twice what I paid for the dress
A nude slip from M&S like this
is there such a thing as rules for slips? If the dress is long, should the slip be long too?
I think they should be roughly the same lenght. I your dress is very see through, the slip will change the look of the fabric, so if the slip is short and the dress is long the overall look won't be great.
Will have to take it with me when I go to buy the slip. I'm sure its missing part of the dress, (dress is originally M&S, and I refuse to accept they sell see through clothes!)
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