Competition... Where to wear? Party edition

The stunning Party collection has arrived! For a chance to win one of these gorgeous new dresses (modelled by Fever's shop manager Alice), please tell us where you would wear dress 1, dress 2 and dress 3 to?

Alice - Where to wear

Alice has said she would wear;

Dress 1 - The Pavlova Dress

To Christmas cocktails

Dress 2 - The Tiffany 60's Dress

To the Fever Christmas party!

Dress 3 - The Hathaway Dress

To a family party

Please leave your entries underneath this blog and the winner will be picked at random, good luck!

20 Responses to Competition... Where to wear? Party edition

  • Saskia

    1) Christmas party

    2) work related social network events

    3) first date with the one you want to stick around

  • Helen James
    Helen James on November 11, 2013 at 2:20 pm said:

    Dress 1 - Work Christmas Meal
    Dress 2 - Christmas meet up meal with friends and/or New Years Eve
    Dress 3 - Christmas Day

  • Ruth Annett
    Ruth Annett on November 11, 2013 at 2:51 pm said:

    Dress 1 - The Pavlova Dress

    New Year's Eve Party

    Dress 2 - The Tiffany 60's Dress

    Church Christmas Party

    Dress 3 - The Hathaway Dress

    Christmas Opera

  • Catherine
    Catherine on November 11, 2013 at 2:55 pm said:

    Dress 1 - Christmas Day lunch with family and friends
    Dress 2 - After work drinks with the girls
    Dress 3 - Meeting the new boyfriends family for lunch/dinner

  • Cara Acred
    Cara Acred on November 11, 2013 at 3:15 pm said:

    Dress 1 - Christmas Party with the girls
    Dress 2 - Works Christmas party / New Year's Eve
    Dress 3 - Christmas Day

  • Connie Luckham
    Connie Luckham on November 11, 2013 at 4:40 pm said:

    1. Fancy dinner out with a date
    2. Drinks out with the girls
    3. Art exhibition with champagne afterwards!

  • Lotte

    1. Christmasparty or a night on the town
    2. Family lunch
    3. Work

  • Eileen

    Dress 1 - Romantic Evening out with my new husband
    Dress 2 - Work Christmas Do
    Dress 3 - Christmas Day

  • Emma

    1. Xmas party
    2. A night out at the movies
    3. Work event

  • Linda

    Wouw love them all!

    I would where The Hathaway Dress on Wednesday when I go with my boyfriend to see nice Belgium comedian http://www.diligentia-pepijn.nl/programma/voorstelling?pid=1494

    The Pavlova Dress on Thursday to a ‘jazz’ concert in a old church http://www.paard.nl/event/3264/LA-BOUTIQUE-FANTASTIQUE-PRESENTS-SIN-AND-SOUL-TOUR

    And the The Tiffany 60's Dress on Friday when i go out with colleagues to drink good wine at http://www.grapesandolives.nl/

    You should definitely visit The Hague some time I will show you al the nice spots and my lovely new dresses ; )

  • Emilia Ciesla
    Emilia Ciesla on November 11, 2013 at 8:39 pm said:

    It's gotta be:
    Dress 1: Pavlova dress
    A sophisticated night out wine the ladies: Christmas Ballet at the English National Opera, Covent Garden with a glass of sparkling white in hand
    Dress 2: Tiffany 60s dress
    Rekindling date night with my fiancée- worn with knee high boots and bold black eyeliner, for dinner at our favourite Nepalise restaurant in Mayfair
    Dress 3: The Hathaway dress
    Spending one of my Christmas days off at the British Museum with my sister followed by ice skating outside Somerset House

  • Jenni Hopley
    Jenni Hopley on November 11, 2013 at 10:54 pm said:

    It's so hard to decide!
    Dress 1 to my fab friends classy 40th party this month.
    Dress 2 to a lovely dinner up town with my lovely husband,
    Dress 3 on Christmas Day which I'm spending with my amazing kids, niece and nephew and extended family at home, can't wait to see them all!
    I love the fact dresses remind you of special occasions....

  • Mary Holden
    Mary Holden on November 14, 2013 at 5:01 pm said:

    Dress 1 St.Stevens night out
    Dress 2 Christmas day lunch
    Dress 3 Any occassion

  • Kelly Taylor
    Kelly Taylor on November 14, 2013 at 5:25 pm said:

    Dress 1: To a wonderful Jazz & Cocktails Birthday
    Dress 2: Christmas Eve Drinks
    Dress 3: Christmas Day festivities - LOVE this dress.

  • Julia

    1. Christmas drinks with friends
    2. Christmas Eve with family
    3. Christmas party

  • Marion

    Dress 1: New Year's Eve party - expect a glamorous New Year
    Dress 2: Office Christmas party, or family dinner, or any occasion - love that dress!
    Dress 3: Romantic dinner with my husband - love that dress too!

  • Katy MacLachlan
    Katy MacLachlan on November 18, 2013 at 11:37 am said:

    Dress 1 - christmas eve cocktails
    Dress 2 - christmas day
    Dress 3 - boxing day lunch

  • Rosie Beaman
    Rosie Beaman on November 18, 2013 at 1:02 pm said:

    Dress 1: Visiting family
    Dress 2: Doing the hoovering
    Dress 3: Popping to the shops for some milk.

    Because beauty and glamour isn't just for special occasions, it's for everyday! Clothes this lovely should never be left hanging in the wardrobe.

  • Ellen

    Dress one: To New Years Eve party at my friend's in Amsterdam, perfect for champagne and nibbles.
    Dress two: To watch the Xmas play in which my 4 year old goddaugher features as a turkey, as she loves sparkly things and bows and I promise her Ill keep all my dresses for her to grown into.
    Dress three: To Boxing Day Lunch with mother in law, who is a bit of a Hyancinth Bucket type. Its a stylish, feminine, festive dress and it would score me brownie points with her!

  • Amy

    Dress 1: To a romantic dinner with my new man and then an evening performance at the Sydney Opera house, when we go travelling next year! Slightly disputed home of my favourite dessert and the dress' namesake, sorry New Zealanders!
    Dress 2: To an exhibition of my own bespoke silver modernist jewellery, it would compliment my silver designs really well & it is a Tiffany after all!
    Dress 3: Initially in a yurt & walking the dog in Cornwall on Boxing day, and then to my favourite new pub in Plymouth, the Bread & Roses for teatime turkey sandwiches. The print is perfect!

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