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I Had A Good Chuckle At The Style Mag for Men In The S.T. This Week..

44 replies

Fimbo · 02/10/2006 13:35

Sir Geldof de Bob didn't look any better. Dh would probably wear a couple of the work shirts and shoes and thats it.

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iota · 02/10/2006 13:37

wot? dh doesn't wear trousers?

Fimbo · 02/10/2006 13:51

LOL-MMMm that would be a nice look on the bus wouldn't it!

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Gobbledispook · 02/10/2006 13:59

Oh I was really peed off it was a men's issue. What the feck?! I need my style dose at the weekend!

FIMBOnABroomstick · 02/10/2006 14:00

Yes, how very dare they!! [indignant emoticion]

LiliClouseau · 02/10/2006 14:03

on the other hand I was pleased to find my new Gap cardigan featured in the saturday Times mag, but why did it say it cost £60 when I don't think it was more than £40?
I did point it out to dh though.....

nailpolish · 02/10/2006 14:09

yes i get annoyed at the mens issue

i actually thought Sir Bob looks rather sexy

but then, men who are potential great dads are always sexy to me

FIMBOnABroomstick · 02/10/2006 14:11

SirBob makes make want to vomit {Sorry NP!)

nailpolish · 02/10/2006 14:11

but hes such a good dad!

beckybrastraps · 02/10/2006 14:12

The "fathers and sons" - unspeakable.

nailpolish · 02/10/2006 14:12

god im so broody

thats where it stems from

nailpolish · 02/10/2006 14:12

they wre all quite strange looking didnt you think becky?

aDAdOnMumsnet · 02/10/2006 14:13

I wish they didn't bother with those style for men issues either in any mag, because all the clothes they come up with are rubbish anyway! And they still can't come up with a decent pair of trousers for men that is remotely interesting.

nailpolish · 02/10/2006 14:13

or maybe it was just the styling

nailpolish · 02/10/2006 14:13

LOL my dh said that "where do they FIND these clothes?"

FIMBOnABroomstick · 02/10/2006 14:16

My dh was phsl at the trousers with the turn ups that stopped on the ankle.

beckybrastraps · 02/10/2006 14:17

DH's eyebrows couldn't have been raised any higher. Jeremy Milne's son....

Where do they find these children?

Is it really like that in London?!

aDAdOnMumsnet · 02/10/2006 14:18

What you mean he doesn't want to be wearing a beige chunky knit cardigan this year either?! I know how he feels.

beckybrastraps · 02/10/2006 14:18

I'm really not sure I'd want dh to wear "interesting" trousers.

Gobbledispook · 02/10/2006 14:19

Ha ha - true, true. Dh wouldn't be seen dead in most of the stuff in there

I liked the father and son comments - there was one son said of his dad 'he speaks french so I can't understand him' and his dad said something funny too but I can't remember it

oh that's interesting then!

aDAdOnMumsnet · 02/10/2006 14:22

By interesting i didn't mean really wacky golf-style trousers or anything. Just something that wasn't beige, black, blue or brown. Beyond jeans, men's trousers suck.

beckybrastraps · 02/10/2006 14:24

Sadly, beyond "beige, black, blue or brown" trousers, they do start to look like you're trying too hard. Interesting is NOT a good look trousers-wise. Sorry. Top half maybe...

aDAdOnMumsnet · 02/10/2006 14:29

Well I agree kind of, I suppose I am moaning that it's just rather boring isn't it.

Women have an array of things to choose from, dress, skirt, trousers, leggings, different colours, patterns...

cupcakes · 02/10/2006 14:34

hmmm. Interesting men's trousers? Sounds like you're going down the path of Boden 'fun' tartan and pink cords.

LiliLaTigresse · 02/10/2006 14:36

there's always this or this , or even this

plenty of choice really aDAdOnMumsnet

fartmeistergeneral · 02/10/2006 14:37

I didn't even realise it was a men's issue!!!!!! Shows how much attention I pay!

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