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be nice to a newbie

(12 Posts)
StealthPolarBear Thu 14-Aug-08 16:37:11

Can I wear boots to a wedding on Saturday?
With a knee length skirt
When I have a bruise on my leg?

EffiePerine Thu 14-Aug-08 16:37:52

it'll be pissing it down so yes grin

StealthPolarBear Thu 14-Aug-08 16:39:16

thanks! that's what I hoped
So I'm not committing some huge style faux pas then?

CountessDracula Thu 14-Aug-08 16:40:04

could you use cover up on bruise?

StealthPolarBear Thu 14-Aug-08 16:41:48

i dont own any though
tights i think

CountessDracula Thu 14-Aug-08 16:53:46

Could you visit a shop and buy some wink

StealthPolarBear Thu 14-Aug-08 16:55:36

noooooo it's all too difficu;lt
i suppose i want concealer? will it be less than 100ml?

CountessDracula Thu 14-Aug-08 17:04:09

You can just get a lippie sized one
Do you have to fly then? Why the 100ml?

StealthPolarBear Thu 14-Aug-08 17:05:52

yhes, flying
Might still have some from when I got married
Will that do, it's 3 years old

StellaWasADiver Thu 14-Aug-08 17:10:50

Can't you wear trousers or a longer skirt/dress instead?

Boots in august = really bad. You'll stand out a mile.

Dragonbutter Thu 14-Aug-08 17:17:17

when did you become a newbie? hmm

StealthPolarBear Thu 14-Aug-08 18:38:35

"Boots in august = really bad"
OK I only needed one person to tell me that to confirm what I already thought
Will wear my crippling heels instead and get soggy feet
I am a newbie in this section, having neither style (well my writing - non MN - has a certain flair) nor beauty!

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