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OMG! Fashion Website Launches The 99p Party Dress

11/07/2013 19:28 | Updated 22 May 2015

We all love a bargain (we can't deny the odd power pile-up at Primark), but would you really wear a dress that cost just 99p?

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We feel the need to break this down into pros and cons:

Cons

The shame: Will everyone know immediately that I'm wearing 'that 99p dress'?

The material: It's hardly going to be high quality.

The cut: Stella McCartney this is not.

Pros

The style: This nude number is definitely on-trend with its peplum silhouette, seen all over the autumn/winter 2012 catwalks.

The sequins: Christmas party sparkle, sorted. A bit of Strictly style in your life can't be a bad thing, can it?

The price: Of course, the top 'pro' point is also its main selling point - at 99p, you'll be able to afford a fabulous pair of heels to go with, as well as a bottle of bubbly while you're out, followed by treating yourself to a taxi home at the end of the night, guilt-free.

It's a tie... If you haven't already dismissed it outright, that is.

On sale from Saturday 27 October at omgfashion.co.uk

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