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susannah and trinny - where they get it wrong

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cod · 11/08/2005 17:01

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cod · 11/08/2005 17:02

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Lio · 11/08/2005 17:06

Hee hee just posted on other style thread about their advice for wrap tops for big boobs - just makes mine look even more enormous. Also major mistake in assuming that people care as much as they do, e.g am aware of wearing v ugly T-shirt today but don't really mind. My (single) friend would say that's because I have snagged dh and don't have to make an effort any more

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CountessDracula · 11/08/2005 17:08

black and colour wossat then?

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puff · 11/08/2005 17:34

Do they recommend one button jackets then? Make me look like a matron.

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puff · 11/08/2005 17:35

btw, is "norks" mn slang for breasts?

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bundle · 11/08/2005 17:38

CD, Never Wear Colour With Black (trinny & Susannah's mantra)

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FrenchGirl · 11/08/2005 17:39

well coddy I quite agree with them on black and colour you see...
however, dress over trousers is an abomination.
I think with big boobs you shouldn't do the button of the jacket up, and then you'd be fine?
saw a disgusting picture of Trinny wearing foul white lace dress the other day and wondered why she thought it looked flattering
they're both mad
although I watch their shows
and often agree with their choices

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bundle · 11/08/2005 17:39

T&S also cannot do casual, they put everyone in "tailoring" (hate that word)

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bundle · 11/08/2005 17:39

dress + trousers fine by me

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cod · 11/08/2005 17:42

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turquoise · 11/08/2005 18:24

US have a fabulous gay man/bitchy woman combo doing the same formula, and some of the people they make over are truly jawdropping as only yanks can be.
T & S are always right IMO except dresses over trousers, and even though I know they're right I am wearing cropped trousers.

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Caligula · 11/08/2005 18:25

T&S are my gurus

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Caligula · 11/08/2005 18:25

(Along with Bree, Kim and Aggie and Laurence Llewllyn Bowen)

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cod · 11/08/2005 18:26

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cod · 11/08/2005 18:26

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Caligula · 11/08/2005 18:26

OK I was joking about Lawrence - I was!

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snafu · 11/08/2005 18:27

Black and colour does look naff. Doesn't stop me wearing it though.

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Pruni · 11/08/2005 18:28

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cod · 11/08/2005 18:30

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bundle · 11/08/2005 18:30

pruni isn't that navy and black?? (yuk)

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snafu · 11/08/2005 18:31

Mmm, black and fuschia? Eeek!

But I have a lovely long black skirt that I often wear with a green vest top - broken up with a large leather belt though, sneaky - and it looks super.

Well, I think so [deluded emoticon]

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bundle · 11/08/2005 18:31

sorry I meant navy and colour (eg pink, my worst nightmare)

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cod · 11/08/2005 18:31

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cod · 11/08/2005 18:32

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bundle · 11/08/2005 18:32

green goes with everything - look at flowers

sorry navy/pink is yuk yuk yuk.

in fact navy and anythig

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