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Wallis, surprisingly good

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beetroot · 28/03/2006 17:45

\link{http://www.wallis-fashion.com/cgi-bin/product.cgi?prodid=WLU55\ these are great on}

\link{http://www.wallis-fashion.com/cgi-bin/product.cgi?prodid=WLW04\ and this}

a great t shirt adn a pair of ballet pumps.

all black Blush

'why do you always wear black?' a quote from which play and what is the answer???

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Bozza · 29/03/2006 14:59

I'm sure it was teflon. Just happened to notice I was going through with some pjs to take back.

I use M&S sales to stock up on undies and usually get treated to ones from figleaves by DH.

Senoracod · 29/03/2006 19:42

t here was s entence abotu wallsi int odays fashion it the times

Senoracod · 29/03/2006 19:43

"Dress success


For those still coming to terms with the sinking status of the wrap dress, aid is at hand. Kimono styles, Audrey dresses (chic, high-waisted like the ones in Breakfast at Tiffany’s) and sleeveless sundresses and shirtdresses that can be worn over T-shirts and thin jumpers or unbuttoned and belted over a skirt or trousers are all around us.
In theory, high-waisted dresses are super-flattering, elongating the legs and skimming hips and tummies. Topshop has lots and at Principles and Wallis, vying to become the destination for great fashion for grown-ups, there’s also a great selection.


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beetroot · 29/03/2006 19:48

i keep hearing about it everywhere at the mment.

my best mate i like the clothe becasue i am old and she woudl never go into wallis as sh eis far to trendy Grin

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Senoracod · 29/03/2006 19:48

that makes no sense

a boring day on mn then

i haev been in court till 5 30 Shock
feel frazzled

anniemac · 30/03/2006 09:32

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beetroot · 30/03/2006 09:36

I know Cod. I taek her fashiln expertise and then ignore Grin

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Senoracod · 31/03/2006 09:02

also beet articl in the times today about somerstet being so tredny

beetroot · 31/03/2006 17:14

was it written by a farmer?????

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Senoracod · 31/03/2006 20:06

no no lots of trendy types loungina round

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