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    Quote Originally Posted by Mama Mirabelle View Post
    Oh yeah, forgot about that one! lol I don't where my head is, I do like one, I'll see if there's any wiggle room for a black/white combo, if not I'll go with the one you posted, thanks!
    Happy to be of service! I really think it looks nice and it'll look good on you.

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    Personally I think its unreasonable to request a certain color and of all colours....white! I would find out if you can accessorise with white, if not then I think you shouldn't feel guilty about not attending if thats what you decide. If she wants to specify a dress code she should pick something that people would already have and not need to purchase.

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    White parties are definitely the in thing , we went to one last year and it was pretty cool - I'm in the minority it seems but I think you should be able to have any kind of party you want , I personally love themed parties and have had a few over the years and am sure will have many more, if people choose not to come then that's ok , I've never been strict about it and if people choose not to use the dress code then that's fine too - but hopefully OP this girl will understand but just talk to her first before you dismiss it as it may not be a big deal to her ( and if it is then it's not worth your stress!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    White parties are definitely the in thing , we went to one last year and it was pretty cool - I'm in the minority it seems but I think you should be able to have any kind of party you want , I personally love themed parties and have had a few over the years and am sure will have many more, if people choose not to come then that's ok , I've never been strict about it and if people choose not to use the dress code then that's fine too - but hopefully OP this girl will understand but just talk to her first before you dismiss it as it may not be a big deal to her ( and if it is then it's not worth your stress!)
    I tend to agree. Some people like themed parties, if it's their party it's their choice. I had a fancy dress party when I was a bit younger and most people didn't get dressed up. It was pretty disappointing and I felt out of place at my own party because hardly anyone was in fancy dress

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    How about this one: http://www.fashiontofigure.com/sara-...4845&utm_term=

    It's all white and looks like it would be flattering!
    Unfortunately they don't ship to Australia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Señor Chang View Post
    Unfortunately they don't ship to Australia.
    Boooo, that sucks!

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    Is this becoming a thing now? I went to a 40th with a "white, dress like a star" party last year.

    To be honest, I didn't want to buy anything new for that either. I already had a beautiful silk dress, white background with brightly coloured floral pattern and wore that. The host didn't make any comment about it and some people didn't wear white at all.

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    I've seen a few "white" parties in recent times, I think it might be en vogue set by Kyle Richards in the reality show, real housewives of Beverly Hills. She has a big White party every year.

    I could be wrong but I the one I went to was quite ritzy and everyone was in white head to toe.

    You might find something on eBay? I feel your pain, I dread wearing white too.

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    Thanks for the replies! Thought I'd update for anyone whose interested. I called my friend to double check the dress code and was told definitely all white. She was nice about it but said if I couldn't find anything all white she understood if I couldn't make it. I had a look around but to be honest couldn't justify buying something I didn't particular like just to wear once so I decided not to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mama Mirabelle View Post
    Thanks for the replies! Thought I'd update for anyone whose interested. I called my friend to double check the dress code and was told definitely all white. She was nice about it but said if I couldn't find anything all white she understood if I couldn't make it. I had a look around but to be honest couldn't justify buying something I didn't particular like just to wear once so I decided not to go.
    She chose her dress code over your company?!!!

    Are you alright with that?


 

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