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    What do you think?
    http://www.motelrocks.com/showItem.php?stockCode=53109#
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    (Original post by pegler)
    What do you think?
    http://www.motelrocks.com/showItem.php?stockCode=53109#
    I really like it. It would look great with a black waist belt (or thick red/cream ribbon worn as a sash), opaque black tights and a long, chunky, black necklace eg.http://www.missselfridge.com/webapp/...8775&langId=-1
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    http://www.missselfridge.com/webapp/...1106&langId=-1
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    Its a bit like practically every other dress on the highstreet right now for my liking.
    Its very samey and unoriginal, especially for £45.

    Not that thats an unreasonable price for a dress, but for something so 'samey' I wouldnt want to pay that much for it.
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    (Original post by pegler)
    What do you think?
    http://www.motelrocks.com/showItem.php?stockCode=53109#
    I'd buy my girlfriend that, its nice.

    Go for it
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    (Original post by little.miss.vicki)
    I really like it. It would look great with a black waist belt (or thick red/cream ribbon worn as a sash), opaque black tights and a long, chunky, black necklace eg.http://www.missselfridge.com/webapp/...8775&langId=-1
    or
    http://www.missselfridge.com/webapp/...1106&langId=-1

    thanks so much for the suggestions im really tempted to order the dress but not sure whether it will suit my figure. im a 10/12 with smallish boobs (34b) and not that much of a waist...im not sure it will look right on me?!
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    Go to topshop or any other highstreet shop, there's loads of dresses like that for a much cheaper price tag.
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    Same, I love it really fun but flattering, just a little bit out of my prise range :sadnod:
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    (Original post by timetokill)
    Its a bit like practically every other dress on the highstreet right now for my liking.
    Its very samey and unoriginal, especially for £45.

    Not that thats an unreasonable price for a dress, but for something so 'samey' I wouldnt want to pay that much for it.
    I agree with this.

    Actually, if you spend even half an hour in the high street you should find something better and more experimental - and at a lower price.
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    (Original post by timetokill)
    Its a bit like practically every other dress on the highstreet right now for my liking.
    Its very samey and unoriginal, especially for £45.

    Not that thats an unreasonable price for a dress, but for something so 'samey' I wouldnt want to pay that much for it.
    This.

    OP, You could put together a better dress for less than that.

    Don't you listen to Gok Wan? :p:
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    I love it Just a bit too pricey for a dress like that, since they're all over the place now.
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    They've got a really similar one in New Look for £20
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    It's cute but a little dull. You can buy stuff like that everywhere.
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    I think you could walk into New Look or Topshop tomorrow and buy something exactly the same for about £25 or £30.
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    Personally I'd buy a nice floral skirt and wear it with a black vest top = that dress for half the price. And then you've got a separate skirt for other outfits too.
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    LOVE IT!!! - might get one actually...
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    (Original post by pegler)
    thanks so much for the suggestions im really tempted to order the dress but not sure whether it will suit my figure. im a 10/12 with smallish boobs (34b) and not that much of a waist...im not sure it will look right on me?!
    If you wear a waist belt it will define your waist http://www.newlook.co.uk/1720210/172...ctDetails.aspx

    and a gel bra will make your boobs look bigger
    http://www.lasenza.co.uk/bras/gel_br...=SE08_014_crop and because the vest material is slightly stretchy it will make your bust look bigger anyway (although it might make your tummy look bigger too!)


    although everyone else is right, you can buy similar dresses else where for less
    http://www.rarefashion.co.uk/product...es09/1642.aspx
    or
    http://www.dorothyperkins.com/webapp...3656&langId=-1
    or
    http://www.newlook.co.uk/1713780/171...ctDetails.aspx
    or
    http://www.newlook.co.uk/1770392/177...ctDetails.aspx


    I also love
    http://www.rarefashion.co.uk/product...px?p=0&fl=true
    or
    http://www.newlook.co.uk/1730979/173...ctDetails.aspx
    or
    http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/st...7700&langId=-1

    Although the one you like is nice, and if you really love it the others aren't actually that much cheaper, so I'd go for it (unless you actually prefer the others).
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    i like muchly, infact i bought it about a week ago, but i got it for £39.99 from cult:

    http://www.cult.co.uk/detail_view.as...ErSGFVuOEMpopM

    not a massive difference but it will give you an extra fiver for some matching jewellery or something

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    nice but not worht 45£
    why not buy a black tank top and a highwasted floral skirt..and were them together. even better sow them together
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    May as well just get a skirt and a nice black top? Sort of thing I'd wear out to a not-too-fancy night out
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    I like it. Didn't even check the price, but I'd agree £45 is a bit much for it though.
 
 
 
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