Stressing about what to put on to your Christmas get together shindig this 12 months? Waking up in chilly sweats and palpitations after nightmares of sequins and… oh god… BODYCON? Don’t you are concerned pal, right here’s a number of concepts from my retro faves Joanie Clothing, which could simply float your curvy, midsize, inbetweeny boat. Here’s a measurement 14/16 attempt on with a number of concepts for ya. And don’t neglect their superior Black Friday low cost occurring RIGHT NOW which can get you 40% off (!!!) the whole lot on web site.

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Golden Girl jumper

Monochrome mini skirt

Make Believe jumper

Sequin skirt

Black Bardot prime

Red costume

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Black velvet jumpsuit

Short sleeve jumper

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  1. In the United Kingdom, the term "Black Friday" originated within the Police and NHS to refer to the Friday before Christmas. It is the day when emergency services activate contingency plans to cope with the increase in workload due to many people going out drinking on the last Friday before Christmas. Contingencies can include setting up mobile field hospitals near City Centre nightspots.[51] The term has then been adopted outside those services to refer to the evening and night of the Friday immediately before Christmas, and would now be considered a mainstream term and not simply as jargon of the emergency services.

    Since the start of the 21st century, there have been attempts by retailers with origins in the United States such as Amazon to introduce a retail "Black Friday" as it would be understood by Americans, into the United Kingdom.[52][53] In 2013 Asda (a subsidiary of the American firm Walmart) announced its "Walmart's Black Friday by ASDA" campaign promoting the American concept of a retail "Black Friday" in the UK. Some online and in-shop companies have adopted the American-style Black Friday sale day, although others appear sceptical, with one 2013 comment piece in the trade publication Retail Week labelling it "simply an Americanism, which doesn't translate very well."[54]

    In 2014, more UK-based retailers adopted the Black Friday marketing scheme than ever. Among them were,, John Lewis and Argos, who all offered discounted prices to entice Christmas shoppers. During Black Friday sales in 2014, police forces were called to shops across Britain to deal with crowd control issues, assaults, threatening customers and traffic issues.[55] Sir Peter Fahy, Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, stated: "The events of last night were totally predictable and I am disappointed that stores did not have sufficient security staff on duty."[56] In response to incidents at branches of Tesco, Greater Manchester Police's deputy chief constable Ian Hopkins said shoppers had behaved in an "appalling" fashion and the lack of planning from retailers was "really disappointing": "They should have planned appropriately with appropriate levels of security to make sure people were safe. They have primary responsibility to keep people safe and they can't rely on the police to turn up and bail them out and that's what happened last night."[57]

    Asda announced that it would not take part in the 2015 Black Friday.[58][59] In 2015, Black Friday was predicted to become the biggest day of shopping in Britain, with as much as £2bn spent in shops and online in 24 hours.[60][61] However, many large retailers have discontinued, downplayed or heavily modified the concept since 2014, sometimes citing disruption to Christmas trading patterns or bad publicity.[62][63]

    Black Friday appears to be growing in popularity year on year in the UK. In 2016, total spending on online retail sites on Black Friday 2016 was £1.23bn, marking a +12.2% increase on the £1.1bn spent on the same day in 2015.[64][65] In 2017, retail sales in the UK grew faster in November than in December for the first time.[66]

  2. I am mid size girl…size 12-14
    I hit up debhinhams and picked up a black lacy midi dress with sleeves(all time best)
    Navy blue off shoulder dress with lace details
    And first time ever.. i got myself a sequin bodycon sleeveless dress(all my fashion fear in. One dress)
    Not sure if i will wear it
    But recently have found confidence to buy it … Will wear it .. 😅maybe
    I have an office evening Christmas party
    Should i wear the sequin. Dress or stick to my comfort zone 😅

  3. Loved this! That sequin skirt and little black top are gorgeous; loved the pockets on that red drsss; the velvet jumpsuit too 😍

  4. OMG you look so incredible in everything! I just had to comment to tell you that that navy sequin skirt is stunning on you and your figure is amazing!!! Much love xxx


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