What not to wear
gscrym · 27/09/2004 21:45
Did anyone else see this tonight?
I thought at the end the two women looked really nice, didn't like some of the stuff they picked. That wasn't what concerned me. I haven't watched this very often, but is it common practice for Susannah to whip the knickers of someone because she doesn't like a knicker line? Is it also usual for Trinny to reduce someone to tears for disagreeing with her. I really felt for the women who had the triplets. I might be a little over sensitive but if some women ripped my knickers off, I would feel as if I had been sexually assaulted.
I know people go on these programmes having seen them before so should know what to expect but for someone to be left feeling wretched after a couple of days shopping, surely there's something wrong.
DelGirl · 27/09/2004 21:49
I can't stand that programme, or them, They get way too personal for my liking and yes, if it was me, I would feel as if i'd been assaulted. I can't say i'm into fashion much, I just wear what I feel happy in, sod anyone else but I don't think thay're that great either.
gscrym · 27/09/2004 22:02
They took great exception to the women with the triplets (feel terrible, can't remember her name) said that they did fashion.
I've lived in combats and t-shirts since I had DS. Heels scare me and if I wear anything that's just below the knee, I look like a footballer in drag. I think they would take one look at my wardrobe and chuck a match and petrol in there.
roisin · 27/09/2004 22:10
I've only seen this a couple of times, and was appalled by it, and had no desire to see it again. (I didn't see it tonight!)
But I actually had a dream the other night that they turned up on my doorstep and they were really shocked when I politely declined to participate in their programme ...!
Surely they must have 9 people do that for every one who agrees to go through with it?!
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