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wardrobe wonder - best forgotten

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Murraylover Mon 08-Oct-12 21:48:30

My MIL showed me her latest fashion purchase; www.cosstores.com/Mock_shirt/228955-243938.1

trying not to laugh or mention bib for a 67yr old. Any other M&S/star buys this weekend?

bishboschone Mon 08-Oct-12 21:51:04

Jeez that is silly!!

ujjayi Mon 08-Oct-12 22:36:54

WTAF?

justasecond Mon 08-Oct-12 23:26:02

Blimey, seen it all now!

Eliza22 Tue 09-Oct-12 08:29:56

Perhaps she's to attend a Victorian/Edwardian dinner party? Dressed as a man?

I took a bin bag to my knicker drawer recently and chucked anything I'd not be prepared to be seen in in A&E if I get run over by a bus..... I'd not want to be in that position, wearing that faux shirt either.

Especially not for £29!

TheSandstoneCat Tue 09-Oct-12 08:34:54

..... oh dear, I like it! Should I hang my head in shame or be proud of my fashion forward credentials. Obviously it looks naff like that but I think it would work well under other tops. Nearly took a pair of scissors to one of my blouses at the weekend to achieve something similar. <slopes off in shame>

QueenBeebread Tue 09-Oct-12 08:38:19

Was just looking at exactly that last night and planning to buy it.

I think it's useful! Give the shirt collar look without all the bulkiness and coming-outiness of a shirt.

dexter73 Tue 09-Oct-12 08:38:48

Why can't you just wear a blouse underneath instead?

TheSandstoneCat Tue 09-Oct-12 08:48:04

QueenBee - yes, exactly that. Used to own a lovely black top with a false white collar attached. Loved it but how to wash it? Coloured wash/white wash?

QueenBeebread Tue 09-Oct-12 09:01:29

Obvs you can wear a blouse but it can spoil the lines of a nicely fitting jumper/dress.

Themumsnot Tue 09-Oct-12 09:14:26

I remember polo neck versions of those from back in the early 80s. I can't believe they've come round again.

shoeprincess2 Tue 09-Oct-12 09:36:17

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but it has now sold out shock

Sonotkylie Tue 09-Oct-12 10:50:27

Is 'mock' an instruction or a description?

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