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    For New Year I am going to a house party. Usually to house parties I would wear a nice top with jeans or shorts.

    However this party will be at my house, and it is New Year so I feel like I have to dress up a bit more.

    Also a few certain people might be there, and my housemate is inviting his friends I have never met. So I definitely want to look good.

    I was thinking a nice dress, but what's not too over the top?

    (If it helps I am 5'8'', darkish brown hair that reaches just above my shoulders, size 10)

    And would it be ridiculous to wear heels? Then if my feet get too sore as it's my house I can change into flats. Or shall I just stick to the flats all night. - I have these really sexynicegorgeous new heels that I want to wear. They make me much taller than a most of my friends and they're just NIIICEE.
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    http://www.lipsy.co.uk/store/just-in...is-DR04167_011

    Something like that?
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    Invite me.
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    Just something comfortable that you're happy wearing.
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    (Original post by r3l4x3d)
    Perve.
    Sorry what?
    I'm gay.
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    Go for heels if you like them. You'll stand out and seeing as it's your party that can only be a good thing.

    As for dresses, something simple but dressed up with some nice accessories/jewellery.

    http://www.newlook.com/shop/womens/d...unic_204461041
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    (Original post by kat2pult)
    Go for heels if you like them. You'll stand out and seeing as it's your party that can only be a good thing.

    As for dresses, something simple but dressed up with some nice accessories/jewellery.

    http://www.newlook.com/shop/womens/d...unic_204461041
    The model here is your size too, and about your height.
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    I love the colours in that dress!
    Thanks!

    (Original post by kat2pult)
    Go for heels if you like them. You'll stand out and seeing as it's your party that can only be a good thing.

    As for dresses, something simple but dressed up with some nice accessories/jewellery.

    http://www.newlook.com/shop/womens/d...unic_204461041
    Thank you So you don't think it's a bad thing to stand out too much?! That's all good then!
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    (Original post by cellophane11)
    Thank you So you don't think it's a bad thing to stand out too much?! That's all good then!
    Nope, your party, the host needs to stick out!
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    Everyone on TSR invited?
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    (Original post by johno090)
    Everyone on TSR invited?
    YEAAAHHHHH

    oh

    wait

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    (Original post by cellophane11)
    YEAAAHHHHH

    oh

    wait

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    (Original post by cellophane11)
    For New Year I am going to a house party. Usually to house parties I would wear a nice top with jeans or shorts.

    However this party will be at my house, and it is New Year so I feel like I have to dress up a bit more.

    Also a few certain people might be there, and my housemate is inviting his friends I have never met. So I definitely want to look good.

    I was thinking a nice dress, but what's not too over the top?

    (If it helps I am 5'8'', darkish brown hair that reaches just above my shoulders, size 10)

    And would it be ridiculous to wear heels? Then if my feet get too sore as it's my house I can change into flats. Or shall I just stick to the flats all night. - I have these really sexynicegorgeous new heels that I want to wear. They make me much taller than a most of my friends and they're just NIIICEE.
    Nothing wrong with dressing up a bit, especially on New Year and for your own party, that would be fine.

    So uhhh, the party I was originally going to got cancelled, so uhh... can I come?
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    From my friend's experience with parties: heels damaged his wooden floors
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    (Original post by Rugar)
    From my friend's experience with parties: heels damaged his wooden floors
    Luckily I don't have wooden floors then

    But thanks for the warning hahaha.
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    I def agree with the other comments that you can never look to overdone at your own party! That newlook dress was also gorgeous but would depend on your figure!
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    wow,sounds great!
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    I think it's only fair to invite us :cry:

    :cool:
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    (Original post by Peachykeen09)
    I think it's only fair to invite us :cry:

    :cool:
    I agree

    :lol:
 
 
 
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