I bought this a week or 2 back now (before it went on sale lol gutted!)
I bought it to wear to a meal out with my boyfriend and a large amount of his family for a celebration of his SQA results , his 18th and our 2 year "going out anniversary " lol
I have met them all several times before.
What type of shoes should i wear with it? And any accessories? I need to look smart but not over the top. Also ideas of what to do with my hair?! Its dark brown , just below shoulder length and usually straight ( thanks GHDS :P)
I am 17 years old , a size 6 and 5ft. Im not a fan of really high heels and dont have a high budget lol.
EDIT: Or should i buy this dress:O I LOVE IT :O but is it OTT for a meal?
So yeah , dress 1 or 2! and help with shoes accessories and hair please! xx
ANy links would be awesome thanks!
Also rep to really helpful suggestions!
What to wear with this dress! Watch
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Last edited by Little_yellow_fish; 05-08-2009 at 12:49.
- 05-08-2009 12:11
- 05-08-2009 12:22
If you don't like heels, then I'd advice you not to wear them - you'll only feel nervous and uncmfortable everytime you get up! I'd try to look for elegant sandals/open shoes - and if you can't find that, very small heels. It's the kind of dress you can wear any kind of jeweller with, and if it's not very warm a simple cardigan over it would look nice.
It's a very pretty dress by the way
- 05-08-2009 12:29
i dunno, a belt maybe? and as claudia said, any kind of sparkly/silver jewelery (necklaces) . 2nd dress a bit ott
and thats as much fashion tips your going to get out of a boy...
- 05-08-2009 12:37
I think that the first dress is really apt for the occasion. It's classic. Do you mean no heel at all, or no large heel?
What about this style for hair: http://www.hairstylestalk.com/images...hairstyle1.jpg It'd be something different to your normal style and achievable with GHD's.
- 05-08-2009 12:40
I love the second dress from ASOS, I've seen that before and admired it, and for £9 you might as well, can always wear it to something else. If you want to put your hair down why not try a hairband or something like;
That any good?
- 05-08-2009 12:43
I'd put your hair up, with little wisps coming down and shoes...you may be able to get away with a pair of nice ballet pumps but if not i'd wear a small heel