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My Top 10 Party Dress Choices from the High Street !

 

I need an extra special cocktail dress this year. There is a Double, highly extravagant birthday affair in Scotland coming up. The party isn’t until Feb so I have plenty time, but I do like to keep abreast of whats available. So I took a quick dash round the online market this morning to see what there is. Wanna have a look at what I found ? There are some very enticing options to choose from.

Here below are my Top 10 choices of high-street dresses – So Far …

The All Important Little Black Dress

Why does every one say that we should all have at least 1 little black dress in our wardrobe?

Well, black is a colour that we can wear to pretty much anything, yes including a wedding ! And a dress is well. Its dressy. So in an emergency we have on hand an outfit that will suit almost any occasion.

Black is also a very flattering colour. If you are trying to hide some extra weight, black will help you do that. It creates the illusion that something is smaller than it actually is. This is due to the fact it absorbs light, it does not reflect it.

It is also an easy colour to hide it – should you feel the need to disappear out of a room, its easier done in black …

Sexy strong and dependable denim

Who doesn’t own a pair of jeans ? There must be some people who don’t do denim. Prince for example. Did you know he did not allow his staff to wear denim ? Too pedestrian he said … Well sorry my dearest darling Prince but I have to say I Love Denim – But like any good girl however – I do love diamonds and pearls too …

Denim never seems to be out of fashion. First gaining popularity in the USA way back in 1873. The first jeans were introduced by a tailor as a pair of working trousers (or Pants to some) with the strength to protect labourers legs as they worked in mines, the logging industry and other hazardous areas. But within a very short period of time they became so popular, he was overwhelmed with orders. So he contacted Levi’s Strauss who took great interest – The rest, shall we say, is history …