MN Vogue Volume 26

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Following on from here smile

shopafrolic Wed 13-Nov-13 21:40:39

Ooh well done! Continuing on from here

shopafrolic Wed 13-Nov-13 21:40:49

Jinx

26 already!
So tonight's discussion round up;

We're talking tartan scarves all links welcome.
What's top on your wish list?
Did Novice buy the orange diamond at Geneva auction yesterday for £20 million?
Has Santa managed to remove tomato stain from her jumper?
Can someone get Shop 30% discount at Gap?
Dry is putting her sexy builder and gorgeous electrician on a train to help Foxy get her kitchen finished.
What movie has Marsha decided to watch tonight?
How much more dairy milk has queenC consumed today?
Where has MrsR moved to?
Will Umlauf have to really cancel Christmas surely not
How can we get Linus to wear lace and sequins without looking vulgar ?grin wink

And ****STOP PRESS I just drove to collect DS from club in my PJsshock

I need a silver/pewter clutch bag before christmas to go with my dress. I have nothing suitable and don't want to wear black with it. Argh, everything in the high street shops here just looks cheap and nasty even though cheap is what I need. Help?!?!

MarshaBrady Wed 13-Nov-13 21:51:06

Haha love the round up Dry.

I just came on here as Netflix do not do any of the nice ones mentioned. No September Issue or the other one. Bah.

So have been tidying for cleaner and changing sheets so might go to bed instead.

Bet you STILL look chic in pjs!

Ooh One I like this one have a lot of pewter accessories but not a bag.

Marsha I'd get in bed. I always wash sheets when DH is away, so love having freshly washed preferably dried outside sheets on the bed all to myself selfish

shopafrolic Wed 13-Nov-13 21:58:34

Love the round up. I vote dry sets them up everytime. Love the glass half full intro too. Pats dry on the back in semi patronising manner.
So what are your London visit plans? When you go to jcrew can you take a look at this for me and report back?

shopafrolic Wed 13-Nov-13 21:59:27

You have to buy that camel coat - it's so yummy

shopafrolic Wed 13-Nov-13 22:04:13

One what about this one. Amber tweeted it.......

santamarianovella Wed 13-Nov-13 22:04:53

Yes! A lovely new thread thanks dry
Loved the round up! It sums us up very nicely!
And I'm anticipating your report on jcrew,is it worth going to?

noviceoftheday Wed 13-Nov-13 22:08:02

Lol Dry, good round up! Sadly, my newly depleted funds wouldn't stretch to a grain of the gorgeous diamond. I am fairly sure it won't be in my Christmas stocking!

I got home to find the new Lakeland and Wempe catalogues waiting for me. Very happy!

Can I add to the questions? Does anyone have a drying cabinet? I am thinking of getting one for the utility/laundry room. I am v fussy about clothes care (--weird--) and just want to know if anyone has one?

justasecond Wed 13-Nov-13 22:08:47

Quick hello! I bought a wide tartan scarf from TK maxx recently. Worth a look if you are passing. It is wool and an Italian make I have not heard of. It is lovely and soft. It is sort of beigy and cream colours but a darker coloured one with navy/green/burgundyish shades would also be nice. Foxy that Plumo scarf is a beauty but ouch at the price!

I have been good and returned the pink Cos jumper, the colour did nothing for my skin tone made me look all washed out although it was gorgeous.
Have not bought much recently apart from a really lovely Ganni peach fine knit jumper from TK Max for £16, original price £90! Peach is a really good colour for me so am pleased with my bargain.

Boden bag is lovely Dry - what about this - more sparkly (too much?)

Great roundup!

shopafrolic Wed 13-Nov-13 22:13:52

Wow justa I didn't know they had Ganni at TK Maxx. I always struggle there......

No I don't have one wonders what it is just tumble drier, indoor and outdoor washing line. Does the arrival of the new catalogue mean another cleaning product splurge Novice wink

Yep * shop* I'll check it out for you. What are your exact requirements?
I don't have too many plans.......last time we went to check out Victoria's Secrets that had just opened overwhelming, too much neon so far all I really want to see is the new jCrew, my old work place for old time sake, have a nice lunch planned and perhaps a mooch on South Molton st or should we try Marylebone High st (some of you have mentioned it)....I do always love a sweep through Selfridges bag dept champ bar too

Sleep have a blingy silver one very similar to that one....you know my taste now!
shop the Great Plains is really nice....I worry about the Boden one being too pewter IYKWIM. May add to my Xmas list.

I love both those box clutches! I think sparkles may be edging it slightly though

shopafrolic Wed 13-Nov-13 22:24:27

Dry chunky knit, either cream (a proper yellowy white), tomato red (an orangey red) or marine navy / petrol blue. Roll neck or crew neck. If roll neck, not too tight to the neck but not cowl neck either. Can be cable knit or just chunky. High wool content, not scratchy, hand washable ideally not dry clean only. Fussy fussy fussy.

santamarianovella Wed 13-Nov-13 22:28:40

dry I loooove marylebone ,its not very far from where I live,the shopping is so much better there,and you have lovely cafes,if you get the chance the providores is excellent for breakfast, but almost impossible to get into at the weekend,

shopafrolic Wed 13-Nov-13 22:29:28

Like this cream
Or this chunky but not quite that oversized.

Ok Shop have made list! I like precise instructions???can visualise what you want.
Will report back and try to post pics.

shopafrolic Wed 13-Nov-13 22:31:54

Don't let it distract from champers.......

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