The Problem with Options

As a rule, we humans prefer to have “many” than “few” – more money, more clothes, more of everything (to be blunt – we’re all greedy) . But last night, I found that having too much of a good thing can be annoying.
Yesterday was our company’s annual year-end celebration and 10th anniversary and since I can’t decide which dress/accessories to wear, I brought them all with me to the office to let my friends decide. It’s a good thing I already settled on wearing gold stilettos, otherwise, I would have ended up bringing an entire luggage to the office.

This was option number 1 – a black tube dress with satin “cape” at the back forming a cute little ruffle on your side. I like this dress coz it hugs me perfectly without showing off any unwanted fat (which I do have, to those who are quick to say I am impossibly thin).

Option number 2 was a bright red tube dress with ruched top – I think this one is to create the illusion of a fuller bust and also to hide the tummy. It’s not as form-fitting as the first but is sure to attract more glances because of its distinct color.
I got both dresses from Tyler in one of those spur of the moment thingies when you’re stressed and you need some retail therapy. The necklace (on first photo) is from the Pearl Market at the ground level of Market Market in Taguig.
I asked my teammates and friends to vote and the red dress won, so I wore it to the year-end bash at NBC Tent last night.
Which do you think I should have worn?

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