Please help me find a dress. I rarely buy clothes for myself, and hate shopping. But I've decided I really do need some more clothes, and am (drum roll) going up to London this weekend. I've decided I want to buy a knitted dress, with 3-quarter length sleeves. Something easy to wear and flattering (!) I'm thinking of something I can wear with boots and thermals... I'm VERY flat chested indeed, but have a fairly good sized bum! I know if I wander into shops I'll be overwhelmed with choice, and come home with nothing. Any suggestions??? .. please.
Okay, what kind of budget? I am similar shape and have looked thousands lots of knitted dresses/tunics online so will pop back later with some suggestions.
Colours? To wear as a dress rather than with leggings/jeans? What size do you normally wear?
I'm sure we can make some suggestions and in the meantime, there are cheap and nice knitted dresses in Peacocks and Matalan and some more pricey ones in Oasis (though scoop neck might not flatter the flatter chest ). New Look also has cheap (short-sleeved, roll neck) ones.
Will be back when children aren't hangingoffmylegs waiting to be fed!
wow! I couldn't get online last night, and come back to find lots of suggestions! thank you!
I realise that I should have given a few more clues... perhaps what i want isn't called knitted... - i.e it isn't knitted like a jumper, but knitted like a tee-shirt.
A friend had one that looked really nice, and if there wasn't a chance of running into her I'd probably go straight out and buy the same thing. It was from Cath Kidson (I didn't even know she did clothes, thought it was all tea-towels and tents. Shows how cr*p I am re all things clothes-related!)... I'll try and find it to show you...www.cathkidston.co.uk/p-13863-cath-kidston-autumn-flowers-dress.aspx
Altho' actually thats a bit flowery for me... and not sure the neck line would be v flattering. help.... madcows
Ummm... so many quesstions and things to think about. No wonder I hate shopping... Umm... think I want it on the knee or below. And some pattern is okay, but not too loud. And -thankyou ... now at least I know its called a jersey dress. Have to do some work, so might not be back for a while... madcows
Just realised Boden won't help if you're going shopping in London (silly me)
If you hate shopping maybe heading to a department store (John Lewis etc) to try to get some variety of different brands without having to traipse from one shop to another. You could try a few things on (JL have Oasis, Warehouse, White Stuff, Kew, as well as the couple I've already linked to from there so lots of different makes that might be useful)