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12th-Mar-2009 12:26 pm
knitting sketch
When in charge, ponder... When in trouble, delegate... When in doubt, mumble. Dr. Jim Boren


I've been in mumbling for a long time about the dress I will wear to The Daughter's wedding. Having searched and searched for a nicer alternative, I decided that the navy blue with blazer and matching navy blue hat (needs the ribbon stitching back on) will be more than OK, especially if I wear the new stole at the reception.


What do people think? Is this dress OK
LACY SHRUG
with this blazer

for a civil daytime ceremony?


ETA Squeeeeeee spikereader it arrived this morning. Shall I return it at the writerconuk midimeet?

Comments 
12th-Mar-2009 12:43 pm (UTC)
Just add pearls and it'll be great:)
12th-Mar-2009 01:50 pm (UTC)
Thanks, I don't do dresses now I'm retired. I have pearls but I'm going with a blue pendant - makes me feel less old.
12th-Mar-2009 03:11 pm (UTC)
Looks just fine to me.
12th-Mar-2009 03:46 pm (UTC)
Thank you. Thumbs up from Spike. Can't go wrong then, can I?
12th-Mar-2009 03:54 pm (UTC)
I really like navy blue and white, it's a really smart combination, and think this will make a good wedding outfit. Plus you get a chance to show off the pretty lacy stole in the evening.

Glad it's got there OK (no you hadn't signed up for anything with me, but a random comment in someone else's LJ sparked me off). I'm happy to have it back at the Midimeet. Enjoy!
12th-Mar-2009 04:28 pm (UTC)
I'm happy to have it back at the Midimeet.
Does that mean you can attend this year? Wheeeeeee!!!

I think navy and white is smart too, but didn't know if it was suitable for the mother of the bride. Most 'MOB outfits' I've seen have been in pastels, mainly (::shudders::) pink.
12th-Mar-2009 06:08 pm (UTC)
My mum wore navy and white to my sister's wedding, so I'd go with eminently suitable. *g* Shudders with you at the thought of pastels.

I'm hoping to go to the Midimeet - it's so close that as long as we're not away on holiday I should be able to come along if only for some of the time. *fingers crossed*.
12th-Mar-2009 07:19 pm (UTC)
I'll be booking a twin room so you're welcome to stay over if you want.
12th-Mar-2009 05:00 pm (UTC)
I think it's really good for a civil ceremony - just the right amount of smartness without looking like office-wear! :)
12th-Mar-2009 05:32 pm (UTC)
I'm becoming a little more confident with the choice, it's a good combination, especially when the hat is added. Any idea how to straighten a kinked brim?
12th-Mar-2009 05:35 pm (UTC)
If it's felt or straw use a steam. Easiest way is to heat up some water in a saucepan and hold it over the steam. You can do it in easy stages then. Once steamed, hold in shape until cool otherwise it'll flop.
12th-Mar-2009 06:20 pm (UTC)
It's neither (I don't think) and the brim appears to have a wire in it.

12th-Mar-2009 09:27 pm (UTC)
It looks great

as to the hat, gentle steam then work the wired brim to the right shape with gentle pinching and stroking and , if necessary pin or weight it till it *sets*
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