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    Hi everyone,

    so soon I'll be attending my uni's sports awards and also a dinner, i'm just a guest, but I love to dress up. I was thinking a nice semi formal dress with some heels. I'm going to be wearing pale pink/coralish heels, but I just can't decide on a dress! Any suggestions? I was thinking of an LBD, maybe something like these : http://www.boohoo.com/restofworld/dr.../invt/azz65313 or http://www.dorothyperkins.com/webapp...ents=category~[433403|208648]&noOfRefinements=1

    I'm just really not sure, any links of any appropriate dresses would be appreciated . I dont think I wanna spend more than £30.

    Thanks
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    (Original post by LettersFromTheSky)
    Hi everyone,

    so soon I'll be attending my uni's sports awards and also a dinner, i'm just a guest, but I love to dress up. I was thinking a nice semi formal dress with some heels. I'm going to be wearing pale pink/coralish heels, but I just can't decide on a dress! Any suggestions? I was thinking of an LBD, maybe something like these : http://www.boohoo.com/restofworld/dr.../invt/azz65313 or http://www.dorothyperkins.com/webapp...ents=category~[433403|208648]&noOfRefinements=1

    I'm just really not sure, any links of any appropriate dresses would be appreciated . I dont think I wanna spend more than £30.

    Thanks
    Out of those two, I prefer the second one, but they're both nice. I just had a quick browse on ASOS

    http://www.asos.com/ASOS/ASOS-Bandea...t=-1&clr=Black

    http://www.asos.com/ASOS/ASOS-Bandea...t=-1&clr=Black

    http://www.asos.com/ASOS/ASOS-One-Sh...t=-1&clr=Black

    http://www.asos.com/Reverse/Reverse-...t=-1&clr=Black
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    LOVE YOU , those are all really nice, definitely gonna look into them
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    (Original post by LettersFromTheSky)
    LOVE YOU , those are all really nice, definitely gonna look into them
    No problem
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    (Original post by LettersFromTheSky)
    Hi everyone,

    so soon I'll be attending my uni's sports awards and also a dinner, i'm just a guest, but I love to dress up. I was thinking a nice semi formal dress with some heels. I'm going to be wearing pale pink/coralish heels, but I just can't decide on a dress! Any suggestions? I was thinking of an LBD, maybe something like these : http://www.boohoo.com/restofworld/dr.../invt/azz65313 or http://www.dorothyperkins.com/webapp...ents=category~[433403|208648]&noOfRefinements=1

    I'm just really not sure, any links of any appropriate dresses would be appreciated . I dont think I wanna spend more than £30.

    Thanks
    I like the second one a lot more. Lace dresses are ten to the dozen these days, so the second one will be more unusual.

    I like the last 2 ASOS dresses.

    The first 2 are both 100% cotton, which to me makes the dresses more casual and perhaps suited to the daytime more than a formal dinner.
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    (Original post by LettersFromTheSky)
    Hi everyone,

    so soon I'll be attending my uni's sports awards and also a dinner, i'm just a guest, but I love to dress up. I was thinking a nice semi formal dress with some heels. I'm going to be wearing pale pink/coralish heels, but I just can't decide on a dress! Any suggestions? I was thinking of an LBD, maybe something like these : http://www.boohoo.com/restofworld/dr.../invt/azz65313 or http://www.dorothyperkins.com/webapp...ents=category~[433403|208648]&noOfRefinements=1

    I'm just really not sure, any links of any appropriate dresses would be appreciated . I dont think I wanna spend more than £30.

    Thanks
    imo the dorothy perkins dress is very pretty and would go with pink heels
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    I think this one is very different and interesting!

    http://www.boohoo.com/restofworld/cl.../invt/azz67893

    Or something a bit more formal...

    http://www.boohoo.com/restofworld/cl...invt/azz67329#
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    Thanks for the suggestions girls

    (Original post by Poppyxx)
    I like the second one a lot more. Lace dresses are ten to the dozen these days, so the second one will be more unusual.



    I like the last 2 ASOS dresses.

    The first 2 are both 100% cotton, which to me makes the dresses more casual and perhaps suited to the daytime more than a formal dinner.
    Yes I agree about the cotton thing, theyre lovely dresses but it might appear a bit too casual. The last dress in the ASOS links that whatsername2009 posted is my fave, I think I might buy it to try it on at the very least.

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    I think this one is very different and interesting!

    http://www.boohoo.com/restofworld/cl.../invt/azz67893

    Or something a bit more formal...

    http://www.boohoo.com/restofworld/cl...invt/azz67329#
    The black fit and flare dress is out of my size , I really like that one!
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    http://nelly.com/uk/womens-fashion/c...s=4&brands=714
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    ooh, i've not seen this site before, thanks!
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    I think this dress is pretty and would go with your shoes as well as also being on trend atm. http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/st...2}~[15|30]
    or for an LBD
    http://www.newlook.com/shop/womens/d...ress_247862901

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