I'm allowed one S&B thread per year and this is it...

(126 Posts)
ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:25:45

With the advent of the picture option on S&B, I thought it was probably about time I started my annual thread begging for help.

You'll all be horrified to know that I've already purchased a dress. I had a baby 11 months ago and have lost a lot of weight due to lugging him around. I'm also an entirely different shape and very little fits. It was necessary that I shop for the first time in two years. The dress is a done deal. I like it.

We have not one, but two weddings to go to. One of them is in the dead of winter, the other at the height of summer (so it'll be the same temperature at both of them and will no doubt rain). Winter wedding is in a medieval castle. I was thrilled when I heard. DH noticed and informed me that "if you wear that godawful velvet cloak, I will divorce you. You are not auditioning for a part in Merlin". Bastard. Anyway...

The summer one's in a church in Ireland, v Catholic, v posh. No doubt I'm not allowed to wear my cloak to that either.

The only shoes I own are Dr Marten's and the clumpier the better really. I don't wear heels. Is there something I can buy that is flat but will go with that dress and I can wear in winter and summer? Can I just wear tights in winter? I quite fancy some tan leather boat shoes. They're not really wedding wear are they? What do you wear at weddings? Do I have to wear a hat to the church (I have hundreds of hats, all ridiculous, one says 'ban the bomb' on it in tie dye, oh yes).

And what do I wear over it? Cardigan? Jacket? Er, my cloak? Money is very tight. I could KNIT something? That's probably a resounding no too, right?

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:27:32

Where's the picture gorn? It was there when I previewed....

MrsCampbellBlack Wed 08-Aug-12 16:28:44

OK I'm being dim but where's the dress?

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:29:22

Slightly different view. You can say horrible things about the dress if you want to btw. I have no taste, I am resigned to this fact. I will be wearing it regardless. grin

TheOldestCat Wed 08-Aug-12 16:30:09

I can see the dress! It's lovely.

As for shoes, some smart ballet pumps?

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:30:17

Oh gawd, MrsCB. Tethers will be here next too. No mocking. I know I don't pass muster.

MrsCampbellBlack Wed 08-Aug-12 16:30:26

What about a little velvet jacket?

TheOldestCat Wed 08-Aug-12 16:30:50

(I have no taste, by the way, and haven't bought clothes for a decade).

But that dress is lovely.

MrsCampbellBlack Wed 08-Aug-12 16:31:10

Showy I live for your S&B threads.

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:31:23

Ballet pumps are what the 13yos round here wear with their skinny jeans. Usually glittery and/or dirty. Do grown ups wear them too?

mrssmooth Wed 08-Aug-12 16:32:12

Dress is lovely. If it were me, I'd be wearing heels with it (not too high, or I'd break my neck!) But I guess you could get away with "pumps" I suppose .. I'm sure someone with better knowledge of these things will be along shortly!

Trills Wed 08-Aug-12 16:32:18

I like the dress.

Little velvet jacket and little velvet shoes too?

Ohhelpohnoitsa Wed 08-Aug-12 16:32:18

Think you need a bit of height to show off the lovely dress but if you are not a heel girl, try a wedge shoe - they are comfy, in every shop so can get a cheap pair and are not too girly.

Trills Wed 08-Aug-12 16:32:53
ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:33:47

I have THREE velvet jackets. One is bottle green, one purple, one ridiculously multicoloured. I don't know that any of them would go. Wouldn't stop me usually but I'm 31 fgs, I want to look a bit put together just once. I also own no plain tights. I have spotty, patterned, leopard print (only blue leopard print) and various other abominations. They're a no no too I'm guessing.

Trills Wed 08-Aug-12 16:34:21

You can get tights - that's easy

Trills Wed 08-Aug-12 16:34:58

Last year you had a maxi dress thread, didn't you?
Something about "you can tell they have legs"

doinmummy Wed 08-Aug-12 16:35:55

Ballet pumps are great for all occasions and dress styles. They are my default footwear.

Love the dress, how about a bolero style jacket or a velvet stole?

SirEdmundFrillary Wed 08-Aug-12 16:37:17

Whatever you do, look pretty. Don't ask me how.

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:39:38

Ooh Trillsy, I like those shoes. No good for winter I suspect, but I really, really like them.

No heels, no wedges. Flat only. Otherwise I'll be face down in the aisle with a bloody nose and/or walking like a tranny. Neither is what friends and family want on their special day. Although knowing the guests at the winter wedding what they want is a piss up and this time round for the bride not to grope the best man halfway proceedings. I married into this group of people, I am not genetically linked to them sadly.

doinmummy Wed 08-Aug-12 16:39:46


doinmummy Wed 08-Aug-12 16:40:03

Bugger. cant do the link

doinmummy Wed 08-Aug-12 16:41:31
Tee2072 Wed 08-Aug-12 16:41:56

Okay, plain tights are like £5, so go buy some. I think the dress background is navy? So navy tights. Unless my monitor is messed and the background is black. Then buy black.

Trills' shoes are cute, but I think they are too much with that dress. That colour without the flower would be fine.

And I say, knit something! Why the hell not?

doinmummy Wed 08-Aug-12 16:42:22

Oh ... no heels

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:43:19

Look pretty? <snort> There's about as much chance of that as me winning an Olympic gold. The goal is currently set as looking ordinary. I may consider make up for the first time ever once I've attained that.

The maxi dress was 2 years ago. I still wear it. It's a black, jersey, racer back, puddle dress. See these terms I'm familar with? It's not wedding material.

Trills Wed 08-Aug-12 16:45:18

I agree Tee - the dress background appears to be navy.

I think the flower thingy is quite Showy-esque. If she's not allowed a cape she can at least have a flower on her shoe!

Trills Wed 08-Aug-12 16:46:21

What was last year's S&B thread then?

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:46:25

It is navy. I can crochet as well as knit if that helps. I could crochet a navy bolero. I have navy wool with a silver thread through it. Much nicer than it sounds. I am yet to manage knitting shoes. I do have woven hemp slippers. I didn't make them though. A tribe in South America made them.

I have nothing useful to add but I do love your S&B threads SOH grin

Tee2072 Wed 08-Aug-12 16:48:46

I didn't mean to knit shoes. I meant to knit a bolero jacket or a stole.

Or give your husband one of these hmm and wear your cloak. I think it sounds gorgeous. [cloak envy emoticon]

EduStudent Wed 08-Aug-12 16:48:54

Oh I loved your maxi dress thread. Was absolute gold.

I like the dress. Would second a velvet jacket (you always need another velvet jacket wink)

Shoes. Um. I like brogues with dresses, but I don't think they'd work with that particular dress.

I like these but again not sure how they'd go.

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:49:00

Last years was palazzo trousers. I never found what I was looking for though. I'm still searching.

And oooooooooooh, a cape. I could definitely make a cape. It will differ from my cloak in that it won't have a hood. DH can't complain, surely.

OhDoAdmitMrsDeVere Wed 08-Aug-12 16:50:13

What about a pair of low wedges? Much easier to walk in than heels.pick a column from the dress and get them in that.the dress is very nice.

SirEdmundFrillary Wed 08-Aug-12 16:52:03

Looking pretty's the Most Important Thing. Bugger your thoughts, ideas, etc.

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:52:30

Tee, my cloak is inspired. I seriously love it.

Those shoes are awesome Edu. The shop down t'road has cherry red patent brogues and I press my nose against the glass and covet them regularly. Dress has red flowers on it. Maybe maybe? Somebody lie to me. Is it an excuse to buy cherry red brogues?

Tee2072 Wed 08-Aug-12 16:53:28

like this.

Cape would be nice too.

DoUntoOlympians Wed 08-Aug-12 16:54:03

<happy sigh>

'Lympics on the telly. Cup of coffee and some biscuits. SoH's annual S&B thread.

Does it get any better? I think not.

I think you should get yourself back to Norwich for a day and go to Head in the Clouds. They will have something for you. It will smell so strongly of incense that you will have to hand it outside, but they will have the very thing.

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:55:39

Another MN friends suggested I try wedged espadrilles once. I still have the scars. I can't wear wedges. Not for long anyway.

DoUntoOlympians Wed 08-Aug-12 16:55:43

*hang it outside.

I think red would be good. A red velvet, cropped jacket and matching ballet shoes.

OhDoAdmitMrsDeVere Wed 08-Aug-12 16:58:47

I meant colour obviously hmm
Not even low wedges?
you poor thing sad

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 16:59:17

We're going to Norwich in a fortnight to buy school shoes for dd. I am going to Head In The Clouds one, in order to sniff the air and two, to browse through the patchwork and tie dye offerings. DH thinks that I'm permanently in fancy dress and HITC doesn't help with this. I could go to Feet On The Ground next door if it's still there. They sell velvet shoes by the truckload. Sparkly ones.

Tee that's a picture of my MIL you have right there.

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 17:00:24

Oh I have red velvet thai ballet shoes. Completely forgot. Really very red ones.

Aah, Showy's annual S & B thread grin. Yes get thee to head in the clouds and pick up an eighth while you are there

EduStudent Wed 08-Aug-12 17:03:11

I would say yes to the cherry red brogues.

I am generally not to be listened to in matters of fashion.

Tee2072 Wed 08-Aug-12 17:10:12

Only an eighth? Are we not sharing?

Well, to be honest Showy, that dress.....

I'm kidding I like the dress! grin

Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak. Wear your cloak.

[enabler emoticon]

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 17:10:54

I'd be famous MissBee. "Norfolk hippy arrested by own husband". I'd be ready for my photo on the front of the EDP though. Cloak on, hood up.

Cherry red brogues would probably look fine. Red flowers, red shoes. It'll look matchy matchy surely. I could get a red hat too. A trilby. Or a cloche. I really want a cloche.

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 17:12:02

Tee, you'll be on my divorce papers you know.

Tee2072 Wed 08-Aug-12 17:14:24

Can I have your cloak? So I can present it in court as evidence? I'll give it back. Honest.

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 17:18:21

Can you stride purposefully? You can only borrow my cloak if you can stride purposefully. Preferably down a medieval corridor.

On a scale of 1 to wrong, how bad are these?

Tee2072 Wed 08-Aug-12 17:22:21

I only stride purposely. ::nods::

Triple wrong, is how bad those are. ::shudder::

Trills Wed 08-Aug-12 17:26:30

Those are awful Showy. Not just for that dress but awful in general.

Trills Wed 08-Aug-12 17:47:05

Showy do you have a blog?

EduStudent Wed 08-Aug-12 17:48:01

Put the Creepers down and back away.

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 18:31:07

Ooh those loafers are good. I like red shoes. They are very red. But £35 is steep. Do they contain a portal to Oz?

Creepers, arf. Good name. I really like them. Dancing shoes.

Do I have a blog? Bloody hell NO. Can you imagine? I do write stuff online though <vague>

Finallygotaroundtoit Wed 08-Aug-12 18:38:26

Can't help with accessories but need want to know how you got an armless, headless mannequin to float in a doorway ? confused

Love the dress grin

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 18:43:18

I put a curse on her.


I like the dress. Where's it from?

ShowOfHands Wed 08-Aug-12 19:11:52

Thanks talking. My clothes always come from the same places. I'm v resistant to change grin. It's an Uttam London dress.

I am liking those red loafers more and more. I've shown them to dh and even he approves. I wonder if they'll still be on sale in a fortnight.

Brandnewbrighttomorrow Thu 09-Aug-12 01:26:47

I liked the velvet shoes upthread, don't think the loafers would be right with the dress (which is lovely btw) especially not for a wedding.

cocolepew Thu 09-Aug-12 01:37:50

Wear what you are comfortable in, it doesn't matter what anyone else thinks! Stand firm.
Wear the cloak.

Trills Thu 09-Aug-12 08:53:53

I can see that you write stuff online - you are doing it here.

EduStudent Thu 09-Aug-12 10:17:20

Some slightly cheaper new look options here, here and here

ShowOfHands Thu 09-Aug-12 15:42:40

Why the questions Trillsy? I do write some stuff for other people to peruse online. In a place other than here. But it's not a blog and it's not clean very interesting.

I am afraid I still very much like the loafers. The velvet ones Trillsy linked are marvellous but I fear they might not cope with the weather or work with tights.

Edu the ones you linked are all a bit delicate. I need brighter and clumpier.

coco, 99% of the time I wear what I like but at a wedding I fear that there's an etiquette to be observed. People are supposed to gaze in adoration at the bride, not in astonishment at the Morgana Le Fay wannabe in the corner.

Trills Thu 09-Aug-12 15:54:06

I just thought that if you had a blog I would probably like to read it, that's all smile

GetOrfMoiRing Thu 09-Aug-12 15:55:51

What the fuck is that!?

How are there pictures there?

Fucking hell!

GetOrfMoiRing Thu 09-Aug-12 15:56:18

Sorry I will reead the thread now

Trills Thu 09-Aug-12 16:02:15

There's a button.

EduStudent Thu 09-Aug-12 18:33:57

There's a button

What, a big leopard printy velvet button to let everyone know that it's time for Showy's annual thread? wink

Sorry, will look for something a little less dainty country laydeeeeeee-ish. Not really my style either. Though they might be the sort of thing a normal, rational person unlike me would suggest grin

cocolepew Thu 09-Aug-12 18:40:18

There is similar loafers in M&S but I didn't notice the price. wear the cloak

EduStudent Thu 09-Aug-12 18:50:40

Ps, I'm another in favour of the cloak.

Do it do it do it do it do it do it

EduStudent Thu 09-Aug-12 19:25:13
Trills Thu 09-Aug-12 19:54:18

A button to add pictures!

ShowOfHands Fri 10-Aug-12 11:18:46

They're too ballet like Edu. I'm not remotely ballet like. Unless you saw Dawn French dancing with Darcey Bussell. I'm a bit like that. More my kind of thing. I like these too. Look these are velvet.

I absolutely cannot wear my cloak to somebody else's wedding. You all have NO idea what this cloak looks like.

I'd like to write a blog. I like wittering on but have no idea what I'd witter about. And I'm not entirely sure how people start blogs.

Trills Fri 10-Aug-12 11:22:25

Just pretend that they are slippers, and that you have sneakily persuaded DH to let you go out of the house wearing comfy slippers instead of real shoes.

Ooh how exciting - I love your S&B threads.

The dress is nice. For the Winter wedding, it really would be brilliant with your cloak, you know.

For the summer wedding, little red Chinese velvet slipper things would be fine.

Fgs don't wear boat shoes or your Ban The Bomb hat. smile

EduStudent Fri 10-Aug-12 18:34:32

I was going for compromise, half dainty ballet/ half clumpy creepy creeper. Clearly you are what I imagine is called in the business, a tricky customer.

I am getting weirdly determined about finding you some shoes. I looked through 15 pages of 'em on Amazon. I mean why? Why would I do this? confused

JamieandTheOlympicTorch Fri 10-Aug-12 18:38:33

how are you posting these pictures on? I had no idea it was possible...

Will think about shoes. I like the dress

JamieandTheOlympicTorch Fri 10-Aug-12 18:42:14
EduStudent Fri 10-Aug-12 18:44:23


I may be hounded from S&B.

JamieandTheOlympicTorch Fri 10-Aug-12 18:48:51
JamieandTheOlympicTorch Fri 10-Aug-12 18:55:33


those are groovy

PineappleBed Fri 10-Aug-12 19:11:36

Step away from those creepers. I do not think that is a brogues dress particularly not at a wedding. You need to be cool and skiinny and very obviously ironic to pull off brogues and dresses I think.

Those velvety man style slippers are very fashionable at the mo for example

Or these

these might be up your street

This is a fab thread though and I want a cloak now!

FrankieAndArthur Fri 10-Aug-12 19:14:47

Oh my actual God Show, I nearly did something indecent when I saw those velvet DMs!!

They are divine smile

Get those and get fishnet tights and a funky fascinator style hat and go all Helena Bonham Carter.

from office


I think if dm did ballet flats they'd look like this

I'm off to look for jacket shrugs for you.

Are you on ravelry? I can link to patterns to make something!

wi a thin belt this would look great

same idea


Anything there tickle your fancy?? Do you want a head thing too??

FrankieAndArthur Fri 10-Aug-12 19:51:13

That last lace one is gorgeous Team.

tethersphotofinish Fri 10-Aug-12 20:15:06

My god, is it that time again?

Am I too late?

ShowOfHands Fri 10-Aug-12 20:23:26

I like that big bow thing. I'd wear that with knobs on. And the cloche in a different colour is definitely me. I could make them easily.

Whoever linked the hot pink bow shoes, I likey. I've saved them to my favourites along with the red loafers and the creeper shoes. I like the creeper shoes. I know, I know. I don't like ballet pump type things really.

The velvet DMs make me feel all warm and fuzzy in the way I imagine other more normal people feel when looking at Johnny Depp. David Mitchell gives me the same feeling. I have fishnets of course and I am actually laughed at in my family for exclaiming positively over Helena Bonham C's clothes when the picture of them I'm admiring has been published in order to invite derision.

I don't understand cardies with belts. In fact I don't understand belts which aren't holding up trousers. Or massive oversized sunglasses. Or hats which aren't hats ie fascinators which look like either unfortunate roadkill or an attempt to cover up an unfortunate injury. I like proper hats. Ones where you see the hat coming and then clock the person underneath it as an afterthought.


"You need to be cool and skiinny and very obviously ironic to pull off brogues and dresses I think". I am the epitome of cool I'll have you know. When OED online adopt this insert a picture malarkey, they've requested a picture of me in my rainbow tie dye ban the bomb hat to post next to the definition of deluded cool. I am pretty skinny though. I tend to wear boots with dresses actually.

Edu, I am loving your dedication. Especially as I think we probably share a mutual lack of understanding of fashion.

I could wear my actual slippers. They have Sigmund Freud on them. They're Freudian slippers. See, cool and ironic.

<waggles Freudian feet>

I so want some Freudian slippers...

JamieandTheOlympicTorch Fri 10-Aug-12 20:27:57

OK. Forget pumps

these would look great

JamieandTheOlympicTorch Fri 10-Aug-12 20:30:24
tethersphotofinish Fri 10-Aug-12 20:37:07

Ok, I think tan shoes and clutch and velvet/satin jacket.



Jacket option 1

Jacket option 2

Jacket option 3

Jacket option 4

If you make the bow, can I have one too! I'll send the wool!! I haven't graduation to things of use yet! Just squares for blankets or scarves, which are really just long squares!!

What about these the epitome of cool

ShowOfHands Fri 10-Aug-12 21:30:22

I love the first 3 jackets tethers, particularly the 1st (Amy Pond's had a hard paper round, no?). No 4 screams 80s boardroom and that poor wee lass needs a vest on.

Colour of those teal shoes is beautiful. Not sure about them with navy though. I would but not sure I should iyswim.

GlaikitFizz, I am horrified that you're mocking me. Jester shoes ffs? What do you take me for? Somebody who in all seriousness tried on a pirate jacket today? Okay, yes, I see your point.

ShowOfHands Fri 10-Aug-12 21:32:46
comelywench Fri 10-Aug-12 21:47:58

Ah Show I was looking for a light-hearted thread to cheer me up, I shall now a-bed chuckling at your Freudian Slippers.

Unfortunately, I have no help to offer with your outfit. The dress is lovely, but I would wear heels and just walk like a tranny. I love the idea of velvet DMs and fishnets with it would go brill with the cloak

P.s why are there no pics of the cloak? You know it's what we all want to see most of all!

Cloak pic
Cloak pic
Cloak pic!

Thank you in advance.

I do love the annual pilgrimage to Showy's Shrine of Fashion Wonderfulness. Where else do you find cloaks, jester shoes and pirate jackets on the same thread grin


DilysPrice Fri 10-Aug-12 22:41:21

The first thing I said when I saw magic appearing dress picture was "Pillar Box Red Shoes!", so am glad you have worked it out for yourself.
I think you should get the red Schue broguey-loafery things, they are good quality and you will wear them for ever, as opposed to spending a tenner less on something from New Look which will hurt your feet and you'll never wear again.

I am a total convert to the cause of red shoes, having given in to what I thought was a ludicrous urge to get some in the sales. Turns out they're incredibly versatile.

Great slippers. smile

There's nowt wrong with pirate jackets btw. I say that as somebody who yearns for one of these to wear to work.

ShowOfHands Sat 11-Aug-12 11:25:48

Nice jacket Remus. I absolutely do not have a purple version of one of those. Nope. grin I last wore it to my niece's christening. My sil was Not Impressed. I like the colour of the crazy shoes but I don't like the ballet style tbh. They're honestly what all the tweens and teens wear here. With jeggings and silly tiny bags which are too tiny to contain anything.

Today I want this in teal. Cheaper alternative here but still ££ and probably not weddingy enough. The namaste site is my happy place. I need to win the lottery.

Dilys, red shoes are awesome. I have a lot of DM shoes and at least 3 of them are bright red. They're a bit ban the bomb protest march for a wedding though.

cocolepew Sat 11-Aug-12 11:51:20

I think the loafers are still your best bet. You used to be able to get DM loafers, can you still?

cocolepew Sat 11-Aug-12 11:55:10

On the James and James website there are tan DM mary janes, called Ina, £55. Sorry can't link on phone.

you could wear either of those c oats to a wedding imo.
if you do id match shoes to that rather than the dress.

I like your style. quirky and kookie!

ShowOfHands Sat 11-Aug-12 14:28:36

Ina DMs link for you coco. They're nice. I have some chestnut coloured DM mary janes which are sort of similar. And you can indeed still get loafers.

Thanks Glaikit. It's not style tbh, though I like your description of quirky and kookie. My brother says my style is 'special' with a certain look. Sarcasm and mild revulsion usually. I am not as mismatched as I pretend to be. I just have a predilection for patchwork, velvet and patchouli.

My cloak btw is v much like Arwen's silver cloak if that means anything to anyone.

Are you any further forward Showy?

Tee2072 Sun 12-Aug-12 17:50:12

Okay, now I really want your cloak.....

For the non-geeks in the audience.

Do you have a cloak pin?

ShowOfHands Sun 12-Aug-12 18:03:29

A cloak pin? No, I have several. grin I use them as skirt/wrap pins too and a couple of them work as brooches.

I'm watching a couple of pairs of (new) shoes and a (new) jacket on ebay, all based on suggestions from this thread. Both due to finish in the next 24hrs. If I get them, I'll post pics of them. I'm going to crochet something for my head too and am working on making some jewellery to match. I think I'm going with the cloak for the winter wedding. I'll stride and swoosh a lot. Probably take out a few fellow guests and come home with a couple of extra children hiding/trapped within it.

Tee2072 Sun 12-Aug-12 18:07:31

You're divorcing your husband, then? grin

Tee2072 Sun 12-Aug-12 18:18:46

And are any of your cloak pins made from Mithril? [geek emoticon]

Dh suggested Arwen as a possible name for ds if he had been a dd! He would dig me I that cloak!!

ShowOfHands Sun 12-Aug-12 19:47:16

Seeing a solicitor tomorrow. He can have half my cloak.

You are such a geek. DH is more of a geek though. He wanted to name DS Sinister after the postapocalyptic gunshark in 200AD. He's lucky I didn't divorce him. Of course we named ds after a ninja turtle instead...

ShowOfHands Sun 12-Aug-12 19:49:28


Tee2072 Sun 12-Aug-12 20:05:43

There was some discussion of the names Riley, Willow and Tara in this house....

You gave birth to a turle?!?! grin

Ok Michelangelo was the orange turtle, Donatello was purple, so that means ds is either a da Vinci or a Nadal! Blue and red, which one is which?

EduStudent Sun 12-Aug-12 20:43:34

Well, not many S&B threads descend in TMNT.

DontmindifIdo Sun 12-Aug-12 20:59:05

Are we still looking for shoes? If so, I like these also these would be good for the summer wedding...

Not sure about jackets...

Tee2072 Sun 12-Aug-12 21:00:10

That's Raphael, Glaikit...assuming original turtles...

Trills Sun 12-Aug-12 21:24:36

"Original turtles"?! That is some impressive geekdom.

Are there new turtles??? I only remember because my dbro was obsessed by them back in the day

Tee2072 Sun 12-Aug-12 21:43:30

Well, the turtles didn't change, but their clothes did...............

::goes to the total geek corner::

CountryCob Fri 17-Aug-12 09:35:27

Your dress is beautiful, go and have fun in it

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