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Friday, September 11, 2009

Which Dress?

I have decided to purchase one of the dresses that I displayed on my recent wishlist. They have sold out in most stores but I should be able to purchase one from the Valleygirl website. I can't decide which colour to buy. I like them both but for different reasons so its a very hard choice.

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I need your help, which colour do you like best?

13 comments:

Baśka said...

the one on the right :) i think it'd be better for you, more romantic :)

Jennifer Fabulous said...

I like the one on the right the best. It is brighter and more cheerful. And I love the pink flowers against the yellow background. So gorgeous!

Couture Carrie said...

I like the dark floral better, because you can wear it all year round! So versatile!

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Claudia said...

there both so cute i dotn know...

Winnie said...

Ooh tough choice but I think the yellow would look wonderful on you.

stephy said...

the yellow one is very happy, whereas the purple one is probably the one i would buy. but that's merely because i don't like wearing very light, colorful clothes.

if i was you though, i'd go for the yellow one, it will look amazing on you :)

fashionista said...

I would definitely go for the yellow, although they're both adorable!

Annie Spandex said...

Mmm, that's a tough one but I say violet!

Savvy Gal said...

i like the purple.

Emily said...

Oh gosh, they're both so pretty! Both would look just lovely on you, so I can see why it's such a tough choice. The yellow one has more of a spring/summer/early autumn feel to it while the darker one could easily be worn all year round. I say go with the one you think you'll wear more :)

ana b. said...

The yellow yells spring/summer to me. But the purple/black one is more sophisticated and cocktail-ly.

Both are gorgeous and you'd look wonderful in them!

muchlove said...

ooh, tough one! Personally I'd pick the yellow one because the soft colours make it look more sweet and romantic.

daywalker said...

I like the darker one as it's still feminine but not too girly :)