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    Default Wedding outfit help!

    We are going to a wedding in September at Luna Park in Melbourne. The invite says "Dress to Impress".

    I am roughly a size 14 top and 16 bottom (so pear shaped) and will need something I can breast feed in discretely.

    So... What the hell do I wear? I would love some ideas. Bub is just over two weeks at the moment so it is hard to imagine life beyond track pants and cardigans

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    What about a wrap dress?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    What about a wrap dress?
    Would something like this impress?

    I don't get out much :-p

    http://www.maternitysale.com.au/dark...ess-p-129.html

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    With most wrap dresses, they don't have to be specifically maternity/nursing clothes.
    Like these:
    http://www.birdsnest.com.au/womens/dresses/wrap-dresses

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    With most wrap dresses, they don't have to be specifically maternity/nursing clothes.
    Like these:
    http://www.birdsnest.com.au/womens/dresses/wrap-dresses
    Oh! I like the sleeveless little bird styles. Thank you for the link!

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    this site has some lovely dresses too that all seem to fit beautifully

    http://dressxox.com.au/

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    I just bought a dress from mothers en vogue www.mothersenvogue.com (based in Singapore) for my sisters wedding in a month (DD will be 8 weeks so BF access is a must!) they have some lovely stuff. I was also looking at Leona Edmiston dresses (mainly wrap dresses), but they were a little to exy for my budget at the moment. Happy shopping!

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