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    Default Fashion advice needed!

    Hey ladies! I have a wedding to go to next week. I'm going to be wearing this dress ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1474754314.111415.jpg

    I hate my arms so need something to cover them up but have no idea what colour or style. I have a black crotchet kind of cardigan, it probably hits my waist, or I have a blue chiffon one that's longer and kind of drapey. Would the black one be too much black with the dress? Any other colour you would suggest? Please help I'm no good at these types of things lol. Heels and bag will probably be black and silver, I would love to wear nude or gold heels but I'm trying to work with what I have lol

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    Any chance you can post a photo of the cardigans?

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    I'd go with the black one - not too much black with the floral print in the dress

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    I would go the black one. The blue one looks a bit mother of the bride to be honest.
    But don't stress about your arms! No one will ever notice or care except you. I'm a size 24 and wave my flabby white freckly arms around on the dance floor like I just don't care .

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    Black cardi as the shade of blue in the other one doesn't seem quite right for the dress. I don't think black will be too heavy for the dress.

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    Black vote here aswell. I've got a wedding in 3 wks and going with navy skirt and black top

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    I'd go with the black one too.

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    Black one! You can always pop of colour in accessories.

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    Thanks ladies, black 1 it is!


 

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