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Or should I get a black biker for spring.....www.marksandspencer.com/Indigo-Collection-Cotton-Shower-Resistant/dp/B001HOHRAY?ie=UTF8&ref=sr_1_1&nodeId=407074031&sr=1-1&qid=1364593398&pf_rd_r=1P2WK4SVCBNQK0DF7EP6&pf_rd_m=A2BO0OYVBKIQJM&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=407074031&pf_rd_p=321381387&pf_rd_s=related-items-3
I don't think it's frumpy as such, I just don't like it much. I think a biker would be much more on trend.
very very frumpy!
It's v mumsy. You'd get much more wear out of a biker, I think.
Frumpy ....... Go biker rather
Crap, and here's me thinking I would look cool and kind of 'army'. Lol
Oh dear even I can see that is frumpy and that's saying something
It's not that bad. I don't think it's worth nearly £60, though.
If you want 'army' I think this one looks nicer
I don't think frumpy but price is ludicrous. There are a few ok ones like this at DP's at the moment, and maybe have a look at Zara too?
Yeah I agree with the price..... I don't even think its lined
It's not frumpy but a parka shouldn't have elbow patches IMO. Looks weird rather than frumpsville. Find a nice parka without the elbow patches.
Frump-TASTIC. It's from Marksies FFS.
Whilst I'm surprised at myself for saying this Markies, especially their Limited Collection stuff, do have stuff that is v unfrumpy. It's not where this parka is from that is the issue, it's that the elbow patches on it are weird
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