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    the top will look super weird underneath that dress so nay
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    Nay, it doesn't look right (IMO).
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    (Original post by jawsontheflooor)
    the top will look super weird underneath that dress so nay
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    I quite like that look.
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    Ney, it just lüks rëlee wëd tuh bee onist.
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    I feel like it could work but I would have to see it together, it's kind of hard to visualise !
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    Why on earth would wear a top under a dress?
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    (Original post by Spyro93)
    I feel like it could work but I would have to see it together, it's kind of hard to visualise !
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    obviously, the colours are different, and the one above is longer....
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    (Original post by foihi)
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    I get what you mean but I think the top you posted will be too thick under it, sheer would look better also the dress should be loose not tight
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    (Original post by jawsontheflooor)
    I get what you mean but I think the top you posted will be too thick under it, sheer would look better also the dress should be loose not tight
    I agree with you on the bodycon dress thing - I was thinking of getting it a size up (I'm between sizes anyway) so that it's not too tight... or will that look weird? or should it be a completely different cut of dress, flowy out and not straight down pencil skirt kind of? even if it's not tight.
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    (Original post by jawsontheflooor)
    I get what you mean but I think the top you posted will be too thick under it, sheer would look better also the dress should be loose not tight
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    this is what it'd probably look like size up (and down to the knee). I wanted a contrasting kind of top, so dusty pink or mustard to go with the grey, and maybe a long-ish necklace, and smart booties or heels (not grungy like here)
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    I would have to say no as I think that it would look a bit odd
 
 
 
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