We're sizes 8-22 and all tried on the same Pretty Little Thing dresses to see if they could work for our bodies | The Sun

FINDING the perfect party dress can be a bit of a challenge, especially if you don't want spend a fortune.

That's why Debbie Crown and her friends all tried on the same Pretty Little Thing dresses to see what really worked for their figures and was worth the money.



The girls range from a size 8 to a size 22, but amazingly they found more than one outfit they all loved.

First, they all tried on a slinky red dress and they were all immediately impressed with how good it looked.

The plus-size version of the dress features extra ruching on the fabric making it even more flattering, but Debbie, size 10, and Ami, size 8, wished theirs had the same design.

Ami said: "I wish we had it but I think it complements both the body shapes."

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That said, the friends agreed that the dress was more on the sheer side and you'd need to wear nude underwear with the dress.

The next dress was a similar off-the-shoulder design, except this time the group weren't massive fans.

Although Debbie had high hopes for the stylish dress, once everyone tried theirs on it was a bit of a let down.

Again, the plus size version of the dress was slightly different with the larger style being shorter.

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The group agreed that it didn't look as good on Soma, size 22, and Liz, size 18.

"It's so unflattering," Liz said.

The group mixed things up with the next outfit they tried on, which was a matching shirt and trousers set rather than a dress.

The bright green plisse co-ord would make the perfect casual Christmas outfit that would be comfy enough to wear all day long.

Debbie explained: "The reason I picked the green one is because tis the season and this is just something you can throw on.

"It's an easy outfit and you can wear it anyway you want, the material is going to be very generous for all of us."

Everyone was equally obsessed with the laid back look and agreed they'd be keeping the outfit.

Not only that, but they agreed you could wear the top and trousers separately as well and they'd still look just as good.

People agreed that the green co-ord and red dress were the stars of the show.

One said: "You did your thing! Love the body inclusiveness. The Red dress on you all were my favourite."

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A second agreed: "Green set is casual and chic, love it and Red dress is fire on everyone."

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