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now, you see, i understand that ponchos are def OUT this season, but i really like this

(25 Posts)
Tutter Mon 15-Sep-08 21:13:41

i tried it on today and tis lovely

so, someone show me a lovely cape so i can be AW08 not AW06

ChippyMinton Mon 15-Sep-08 21:16:40

My friend had alovely black wrap/poncho on today (from Debenhams AW08) and it looked v.stylish.
Capes are for superheroes.

Fimbo Mon 15-Sep-08 21:17:49

NO

<<bangs gavel>>

Cappuccino Mon 15-Sep-08 21:18:35

AW what?

what is this new blardy code now?

Tutter Mon 15-Sep-08 21:19:30

autumn-winter

darling

MrsMattie Mon 15-Sep-08 21:21:07

I've seen a few nice ponchos in the last few weeks. Capes might be fashionable but it's a hard look to carry off, especially if you aren't slim.

Wear what suits your shape, not what's 'in' - that's what I say!

Thread adjourned <bangs gavel twice>

Cappuccino Mon 15-Sep-08 21:21:19

oh yes

actually to be fair I just thought of that as I went into the kitchen

well Monsoon obv think it is 08 but you know better do you?

v high opinion of yourself you have for a mouse

Cappuccino Mon 15-Sep-08 21:22:46

yes MrsMattie is right

we are not 13 anymore

Tutter Mon 15-Sep-08 21:23:45

"especially if you aren't slim"

[aghast]

what are you saying?

Cappuccino Mon 15-Sep-08 21:25:13

lolol

HuwEdwards Mon 15-Sep-08 21:25:47

I really like that!

traceybath Mon 15-Sep-08 21:26:19

I'm not sure that either ponchos or capes are terribly flattering to be fair.

They are up there with furry gilets in my list of things i want to wear but whenever i put them on i just don't look how i imagine i would.

But if you're willowy and tall i think that both can look good.

Aefondkiss Mon 15-Sep-08 21:26:54

I like that Tutter, so are ponchos the new skinny jeans?

I never got round to wearing them either.... they just never seemed right on me.

MrsMattie Mon 15-Sep-08 21:29:03

I'm tall with big norks and , urm, 'curves'...

I just look stoopid in capes. Even the word 'cape' makes me cringe, actually. Mind you, poncho isn't a better word, is it?

I think I will make do with a few nice, cosy cardigains <old maid emoticon>

unknownrebelbang Mon 15-Sep-08 21:40:10

I had the most gorgeous cape...when I was about 8.

themoon66 Mon 15-Sep-08 22:56:47

Cape = Florence Nightingale

EyeballsintheSky Mon 15-Sep-08 22:58:04

I'd be nice sewn up into a jumper...

<offers helpful suggestion >

stitch Mon 15-Sep-08 22:58:12

i saw a lady weraing a poncho only two days ago. she looked lovely and stylish. and she was young and thin too

EyeballsintheSky Mon 15-Sep-08 22:58:47

No no, I wouldn't be nice sewn into a jumper. That capey poncho-y thing would be hmm

squatchette Mon 15-Sep-08 23:13:57

I didn't realise they were making a come back.Last time they were 'in' i almost lived in them dd2 was a baby so must have been um 4yrs ago,was breast feeding which found them great for.
Am now bfing dd3 (2wks old wednesday) so will look out for some in the shops.Think they look lovely and love the monsoon one.

CostaRicanCod Mon 15-Sep-08 23:19:17

i LIKEy the poncho tutter
i ahd a black one that i foudn great for nights out

( good for taxi warmth etc0

think capes are too rigid to be flattering

CostaRicanCod Mon 15-Sep-08 23:20:16

i liek this one wiht a big knitted scarf]

Aefondkiss Tue 16-Sep-08 16:02:56

I had a lovely red cape when I was about 3 in the 70's, I loved it, very little red riding hood.

Tutter Tue 16-Sep-08 16:09:05

i did too, a tartan one

Dropdeadfred Tue 16-Sep-08 16:12:03

I like them both but would look too chuncky in yours Tutter...
Like yours Cod - like the colour too

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