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Cheryl Cole's black and yellow dress?

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    Cheryl wore it on Friday to a birthday party.It's stunning,anyone know where I can get it? Or where I can get a similar dress that's yellow and black?
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    Here's the actual dress

    H&M have a similar dress for only £14.99
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    This is what it reminded me of:

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    black and yellow black and yellow black and yellow
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    (Original post by Oh my Ms. Coffey)
    i thought the same thing :five:
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    and budget looks..!

    that is a monstrosity
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    That dress is awful.
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    I don't understand how the original is £955... How is a bit of wool with a zip on it ever worth that much. Especially when it's black and yellow.
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    It looks like that tacky market clothing with that stretchy cheap material. Yes it looks amazing but only because it's on her. Otherwise it's fugly as hell.
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    It just makes really sad that that is near £1000. I don't mean to be preachy but REALLY? Even she doesn't make it work imo.

    Sorry OP, this is a useless post.
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    (Original post by lackjan)
    That dress is awful.
    this... but what do u expect from a tart like this
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    She looks gorge
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    That's green not yellow :hmmmm2:

    Isn't it?


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