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Dress me please....

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Harva · 04/10/2022 21:43

For a night reception degree celebration (arts and drama). I'm the parent not the student!

I'm a size 8-10 5ft 2, dark coloring.
Prefer quality fabrics.

Brands - not sure.
I like Ghost, Ted Baker and similar. I look/feel quite ‘mumsy’ in Hobbs, Phase Eight iyswim - maybe to do with the length...

Any ideas for outfits or brands that I can check out.

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Harva · 05/10/2022 08:02

They are very different to each other in style. Both very appropriate too. I love them.
I wonder if the Poetry dress maybe just a bit ‘full’ for me?

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mortgagescrewed · 05/10/2022 08:36

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mortgagescrewed · 05/10/2022 08:37

It comes in a shorter length option too.

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nzeire · 05/10/2022 08:38

That poetry dress would look nice with a brown skinny belt

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Milesty1 · 05/10/2022 20:58

This would look lovely and be really appropriate for the event. Guarantee you will get loads of comments. Pair with some gold statement earrings www.hush-uk.com/nyra-midi-dress-ombr%C3%A9-stripe/006476-4063.html

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Harva · 05/10/2022 21:40

Like the ombre effect @Milesty1 .

Not so sure of the shape on me.

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Riverlee · 05/10/2022 21:46

What shape body are you?

monsoon 1

monsoon 2

monsoon 3

I’m sure there’s more from monsoon.

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RunnerDown · 06/10/2022 12:57

www.mintvelvet.co.uk/products/estella-column-mesh-midi-dress
would look good with clumpy boots and a short jacket. Bit more fitting since you are petite

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