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What To Wear For Birthday Meal?

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    Its my birthday soon, in about a month so I'm thinking a bit early lol but I was just wondering what you would wear for a meal for your birthday. I never go out for meals so I have no idea what to wear, I don't want to look overdressed or underdressed! I suppose I'm looking for a 'safe' choice of outfit. I'm a size 10, 5 foot 3 and have big-ish boobs if that helps for outfit ideas. Thanks!
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    Little black dress never goes wrong
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    I do like little black dresses but would that maybe be a bit overdressed?
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    Naaah, LBD, and maybe a cardie to amke it less dressy. silver shoes and jeweleryyy
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    a pretty dress will do fine. you could try florals instead of black.
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    There some really pretty dresses in miss selfridge I've just seen on the website, theres some that are black with floral patterns on, I'll have to go shopping and try a few bits on.
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    For a meal, there's no chance I'd wear a dress (although i guess it depends on what type of restaurant you are going to), I'd just wear nice jeans and a trendy top. What kind of restaurant is it?
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    I haven't decided where to go yet but somewhere nice but not too posh I think lol.
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    I recommend visiting the River Island website: http://xml.riverisland.com/flash/content.php

    Or visiting a store - it has absolutely every level of dressiness! (it is my Mecca)
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    skirt and top...maybe with a jacket

    black dress

    depends on where its posh or just smart casual really.
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    you can never go wrong with the little black dress and silver accessories as many have said. you can always wear that dress again and again too.
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    warehouse have a really cute flippy black jersey dress with little roses on it
    that would be the perfect smart and yet not too dressy look
    it'd look lovely with black opaques and a little necklace
    http://www.warehouse.co.uk/fcp/produ...EVE-DRESS/6134
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    A patterned wrap dress would look nice
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    Either a little black dress - maybe something with a bit of detail to make it look a bit younger/less formal. Warehouse had a lovely black shift-style dress with sort of ruffles at the bottom and a thin ribbon/bow on the bust line. Looked gorgeous on my friend who is a similar shape to you - 5'4, size 10 with big boobs.

    Or if you want to go less formal, then some smart dark jeans and a dressy halter top? Something like this maybe..http://www.asos.com/Sarah-Harding-Gi...Evening%20Tops with heels and cute jewellery.
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    (Original post by prettyblueeyes)
    Either a little black dress - maybe something with a bit of detail to make it look a bit younger/less formal. Warehouse had a lovely black shift-style dress with sort of ruffles at the bottom and a thin ribbon/bow on the bust line. Looked gorgeous on my friend who is a similar shape to you - 5'4, size 10 with big boobs.
    I think I might of tried on that dress in warehouse! It was lovely on aswell but I'm still looking round. Asos had some really nice stuff too, forgot about that site, thanks.
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    I'd suggest a midi length simple dress with nice earrings and a bold necklace or I'd suggest a midi skirt or a long skirt with a slit and a pretty crop top
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    If you're planning on eating a lot, peplum dresses are brilliant. I have a black, slightly stretchy one from Miss Selfridge which is my ultimate going-out-to-dinner dress since the peplum hides everything and you still look amazing.
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    (Original post by Emilydaveyx)
    I'd suggest a midi length simple dress with nice earrings and a bold necklace or I'd suggest a midi skirt or a long skirt with a slit and a pretty crop top
    This thread is 5 years old...I think OP already had her birthday.
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    I think that you should wear a purple puffy dress and black heels (jewellery earrings) p.s i would not wear a padded bra as you said your boobs are fairly big
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    I think you should wear a purple dress and black heels and a bit of jewellery (p.s you should not wear a padded bra as you said your boobs are fairly big

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