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New Toast catalogue - anyone got it?

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katierocket · 22/08/2005 14:05

SO many things in there that I need. But what the hell are those 'slipper boots' on page 13?!

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beetroot · 22/08/2005 14:07

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EnidfromtheVILLAGE · 22/08/2005 14:07

me too with my toast skirt

get cod on this thread too

I WANT MORE TOAST DISCUSSIONS but my pc has broken at home and I have to leave work in a minute

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jenk1 · 22/08/2005 14:09

ive never heard of them-wh are toast?

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EnidfromtheVILLAGE · 22/08/2005 14:10

it makes me nervous to think of how much I love it in case it gets ruined

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Blu · 22/08/2005 14:10

Is there a website? I bought the best pair of winter trousers ever from the Toast section in Selfrdges. (but two years ago).

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marthamoo · 22/08/2005 14:11

jenk, they are a ridiculously expensive clothing store who sell hand knitted socks for £50. And nice clothes. Which I can't afford.

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Blu · 22/08/2005 14:11

Ooh, Beety is my own personal genie!

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beetroot · 22/08/2005 14:12

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Blu · 22/08/2005 14:12

But my trousers were about £50 and have been worn day in day out in winter for 2 years and have kept all shape!

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marthamoo · 22/08/2005 14:13

They don't seem to do the socks anymore - shame, I was going to buy a pair.

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EnidfromtheVILLAGE · 22/08/2005 14:13

I might get that denim skirt a friend has one and it is ace

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mancmum · 22/08/2005 14:13

I love TOAST and will talk about it for hours... m currently wearing toast trousers one of 4 pairs I bought from selfridges in their sale total bargain all down to 40 quid... was a bit gutted about their web site though was going to buy a dress from the online sale and went back to find it all gone overnight with no warning...

I now own 6 pairs of Toast trousers, 1 top and a tshirt... addicted!!

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EnidfromtheVILLAGE · 22/08/2005 14:15

mmmm with clunky high shoes and little cashmere sweater for evening

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cod · 22/08/2005 14:16

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mancmum · 22/08/2005 14:16

this is my dress for the winter... assuming Ican get hands on enough child allowance

lovely frock

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marthamoo · 22/08/2005 14:17

'..worn resting lightly on the hips rather than on the waist..' sounds like a muffin-top danger area to me, Enid.

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EnidfromtheVILLAGE · 22/08/2005 14:17

love this too

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EnidfromtheVILLAGE · 22/08/2005 14:17

yes, you need a long top

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Blu · 22/08/2005 14:19

I want the chunky alpaca cable-knit sweater, the carpenter skirt, the cord shift dress and the £50 socks, even tho' they don't exist.

Cod you are just such a tart!

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EnidfromtheVILLAGE · 22/08/2005 14:19

I want that long sweater too the last one on the knitwear page

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cod · 22/08/2005 14:20

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