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Help! Don't know what to wear to meet my bf's mum!

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    Hi all, I'm new to this, but am desperate. Really need some advice on what to wear to meet my boyfriend's mum. I'm scared already, and not knowing what to wear makes it even worse...please help!!!

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    what have you got that you can wear?
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    What's the occasion?

    Dress appropiately, comfortably and to suit you.
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    Pretty dress if thats your style, or just jeans and a nice jacket if you're more casual.
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    Definitely something modest. If it's just home, then a nice pair of jeans and a nice jumper? Or if you want to make a bit of an impression as well, then I'd say a skater dress like this, with a cute cardigan and flats.
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    (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
    Definitely something modest. If it's just home, then a nice pair of jeans and a nice jumper? Or if you want to make a bit of an impression as well, then I'd say a skater dress like this, with a cute cardigan and flats.
    No idea what I'm doing in this thread, but I like and I want :yep:
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    Wear something that emphasises your breasts so that the mother will know you are capable of providing sustenance to her son's children.
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    I think you should wear some clothes.....
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    First world problem much

    Lol at the negs. If this is seriously something girls find to be a problem, I worry for this world. Get lives.
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    Thanks a lot to everyone. I think i'm going with a dress option. x
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    Good choice with the dress your Bf mum will be friendly no matter what you wear.
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    http://www.acefancydress.co.uk/bount...ducts_id/5940/

    You can get all that for only £35! Bargainmart.
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    I remember meeting my bf's mum. Wore grey jeans, black roll neck jumper, tartan jacket and black shoes that got raped in the rain.

    I don't think it honestly matters as long as you dress modestly and without showing your tits & arse. Just be yourself.
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    Whatever you wear the mother is going to think your a Wh*re, thats what my mother thought of my GF. So I would recommend you do dress as one to play mind games and confuse the mother for long enough that the next time you meet you will be loved. It may have never been attempted but its worth a try
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    When I met my ex-boyf's mum I was wearing nothing. He had forgotten that she was coming to visit and we were doing the dance with no pants. She loved me though (still does)
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    Don't try too hard.
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    Anything which doesn't reveal too much boobs/leg.
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    (Original post by tonberry)
    First world problem much

    Lol at the negs. If this is seriously something girls find to be a problem, I worry for this world. Get lives.
    This is the fashion thread.. what were you expecting? Just because there is someone suffering in whereever doesn't mean a girl somewhere else can't be anxious about making a good impression when meeting her boyfriend's mum for the first time.

    Get over yourself.
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    (Original post by cupacake)
    Hi all, I'm new to this, but am desperate. Really need some advice on what to wear to meet my boyfriend's mum. I'm scared already, and not knowing what to wear makes it even worse...please help!!!

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    Wear Nothing.
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    (Original post by gobananas)
    This is the fashion thread.. what were you expecting? Just because there is someone suffering in whereever doesn't mean a girl somewhere else can't be anxious about making a good impression when meeting her boyfriend's mum for the first time.

    Get over yourself.
    :rofl: I'm sorry but when someone needs to go on a ****ing internet forum to ask randomers what to wear for meeting someone's mum, there's a bigger issue

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