I need vests/camis to wear under dresses with necklines that are a little too low!

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The H&M ones look good. I'll go there and Primark tomorrow if I can get through the snow.

The Avon ones look like a mirkin (is that the right word?? A noonie wig sort of thing!) DH would think they were for rudenesss! Sorry must be my dirty mind.

LindtReindeerLover Wed 05-Dec-12 15:57:01
Themumsnotroastingonanopenfire Wed 05-Dec-12 15:54:07

This is the H&M one, but many of the colours seem to be sold out. They still have white and black though.

Themumsnot Wed 05-Dec-12 14:07:09

DD is 15 and size 10, but wears a 32DD bra. I got her medium and they are perfect.

Is it the lace trim vests in Uniglo? They look nic ebut I was hoping to spend a little more than £10 a pop.

Oooohhhh how old is your DD - I am a size 12 so little ones won;t do - have rather large norks too so need stretch!!

There is a Primark in the nearest town to me so will pop in there when I can get through the bloody snow.

I bought some long sleeve stretchy tops from Primark a short whilse ago actually and was really pleased with how good they were and lots of people have commented on them.

chicane Wed 05-Dec-12 14:00:22

M and S did a great two pack of lace trimmed tight vests that fit really snugly and don't roll up.

Can't see them on the website but they had them in store, loads of different colours.

Lilymaid Wed 05-Dec-12 14:00:21

For winter, try the Heattech range from Uniqlo. They are lovely and silky.

CMOTDibbler Wed 05-Dec-12 13:58:29

I've bought them from M&S, but Primark is good too.

Themumsnot Wed 05-Dec-12 13:57:36

Can you get to a Primark? I have loads from there. And I bought some really nice lace-trimmed ones in H&M recently for DD1.

I work in an environment where wearing a dress with a low or even medium neckline is not a good idea so need some pretty vests - maybe with lace across the top but not too much lace can't look like I just have lacy thing on, would draw the wrong sort of impression.

So need a few, white, black, grey, navy and perhaps a brown one.

Don't want to pay a fortune though so a multipack would probably be a good idea and preferably cotton ones and ones that someone else has tried and like.

I love mumsnet - saves me spending ages ordering things - hating them and sending them back.

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