Dressing for autumn

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I don't usually clock nipped in dresses because they don't suit me but will keep an eye out for you Lily.
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Thanks very much - I could always belt it I guess.
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Lily wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 1:07 pm I am on the lookout for snuggly dresses to wear with tights, for work and for play, please!
I like the look of this one, haven’t seen it in person

https://www.next.co.uk/style/ls158030/r ... .ds#r34914
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Oh, that's perfect! Thank you Hobbes.
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I want to try the belted cream tank over a midi dress look.
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