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Affordable Christmas party dressing with George

A few weeks ago I was contacted by George asking if I'd like to choose a dress and put together an "affordable" Christmas party look. I'm all about the affordability, last Christmas I posted a series of Christmas party outfits for under £50, so I jumped at the chance.
I chose this lovely navy Peter Pan collared dress, which has beautiful matte sequins on the collar, and wore it for the Christmas dinner party my flatmates and a few other uni friends had this week.


George at Asda dress*, Topshop shoes

The dress is really lovely, it fits perfectly and is a bargainous £16! If that's not an affordable party dress I don't know what is! A lot ofparty dresses seem to be ridiculously expensive for something you're often only going to wear a handful of times at most, but this one is not only a bargain, it can be dressed up or dressed down, so I can see myself getting a lot more use out of it too.

Do you have your Christmas party outfit sorted yet? What are you wearing? If you haven't got anything yet, why not pop over to your nearest Asda or the George site and see if you can nab yourself a festive bargain!

20 comments

  1. Such a gorgeous dress! You look lovely.

    xoxo.

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  2. Wow!! What an amazing find. I do love ASDA's G21 range, there's always something cheap as chips but very on trend in there!

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  3. You look gorg in this! What a bargain too xx

    Tor @ That's Peachy Fashion Blog xx

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  4. Awww your shoes are adorable!! Bargain dress too :)

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  5. That dress is gorgeous, I would never have guessed it was from Asda! You can't go wrong with a sequinned peter pan collar!

    Gillian x
    elevatormusik.blogspot.com

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  6. I'm (still) obsessed with peter pan collars and this dress is gorgeous. There's no asda here though :( Love your hair curly! x

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  7. Love this dress! Asda's G21 range normally has some nice cheap bits! xx

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  8. That's a lovely dress, I have one in the same style but without the sequins, I may have to fashion a collar of some sort and stick it on!
    I am seriously in love with your hair, it's absolutely gorgeous :)
    xx

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  9. You look amazing, this dress was my second choice, I wish I'd made it first now!

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  10. lovely dress, I think it looks better on you than on the model :)

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  11. That dress is gorgeous - I love the collar, and it looks so great with your hair colour!

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  12. Wow, love your make up. Very dramatic! x

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  13. I love this! How tall are you, so I can work out how long it would be on me?! I posted about what I wore to my christmas party here!

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  14. thats a lovely dress .... didnt knw george got fashionable :p well done looks lovely x x

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  15. Wow this is lovely especially for £16, it really suits you xx

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  16. Ooo, Go Asda! I have no idea George items could look so good. Love the dress. It's really pretty.

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  17. Love the dress.. I find George a bit hit or miss.. this is definitely a hit :)

    The Deer Head

    x

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  18. I totally love this outfit , it suits you so well. ( With the contrast of the navy collared dress and your hair). We also have the same shoes:') xx

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  19. Yay, representing my place of work ;) You look absolutely gorgeous, I love love love your hair!

    Maria xxx

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  20. Just came across your blog today and it's super cute! I love love this dress with those flats.
    Delaney
    xx

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