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to want to buy a white shirt that doesn't have make-up on it??

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TheRainbowsEnd Sun 28-Apr-13 20:43:31

Decided to buy myself a new shirt from Topshop for work.

Found a really nice white floaty style one. Ever single one that was in my size had huge streaks of make-up over them.

Sure I could buy it and then wash it ... but then it wouldn't feel new anymore.

I also don't think it gives a great impression of the store either.

quoteunquote Sun 28-Apr-13 21:02:56

Grim isen't it,

so many clothes are pre smeared with makeup or perfume.

Fakebook Sun 28-Apr-13 21:03:00

Apparently a lot of people wash new clothes before wearing them (one of many things MN has taught me), so you may be told you're being unreasonable. I, on the other hand, agree its manky. You should have complained.

quietbatperson Sun 28-Apr-13 21:23:47

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

chibi Sun 28-Apr-13 21:25:48

apparently most women who try on white shirts are themselves painted orange.

many a fine blouse did i see today, but i did not buy a single one for that very reason

crap o matic

Fleecyslippers Sun 28-Apr-13 21:25:48

I bought DD a couple of white vest tops from H&M kids - didn't even occur to me to check the necklines for make up but they are both covered and it hasn't even come out in the wash.

ThePathanKhansAmnesiac Sun 28-Apr-13 21:29:58

Didn,t shops used to leave guazy scarves in the changeing rooms? Or have I made that up?.

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