My colleague has started wearing a floral garland to work in her hair. Do you think it is a bit unusual?

(13 Posts)
LittleMissWagtail Thu 19-May-16 17:38:50

She is 60 and has long, peroxide blonde hair. Have I missed something?

MrsLettuce Thu 19-May-16 18:04:13

Meh. It's a little unusual but surely not a problem if it's not affecting her work. Why does it bother you so much?

EatShitDerek Thu 19-May-16 18:08:24

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neveradullmoment75 Thu 19-May-16 18:08:25

Its very weird.

TondelayaDellaVentamiglia Thu 19-May-16 18:12:18

is she going to San Francisco?

ILostItInTheEarlyNineties Thu 19-May-16 18:14:56

Sounds harmless, unless she's a surgeon or something.

Give her some peace and love. smile

LaContessaDiPlump Thu 19-May-16 18:19:33

Bizarre!

LittleMissWagtail Thu 19-May-16 18:23:37

No, no - I am not at all bothered, just bemused! Is this a new trend I should be aware of?

Nettletheelf Thu 19-May-16 18:24:28

Is she a chartered accountant? I am. I'd bloody love to wear stupid stuff in my hair at work, so I hope that she's blazing a trail.

ajandjjmum Thu 19-May-16 18:24:59

I'm going to San Francisco - do I have to get one? grin

mailfuckoff Thu 19-May-16 18:27:20

I'm a chartered accoubtant too. The boldest my hair attire gets is a coloured hair band

FauxFox Thu 19-May-16 18:27:22

Yes - my DD proudly wore hers that she bought herself in Primark all week...however she is 11. I think this fashion is best left to the young unless you are at a festival or party.

Good on her thought - wear what makes you happy I say grin

It is very much a trend amongst the younger element (have spent far too much time being dragged into Claire's Accessories by DD). And young male YouTubers for some reason that escapes me. But it's an......unusual look for a woman in her sixties.

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