Glad rags

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Glad rags

Postby skip » 14 Sep 2010, 18:43

Whatcha wearin'?
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Re: Glad rags

Postby TwinklinGDecorations » 14 Sep 2010, 18:52

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=7519839&l=026f4d0b13&id=727240643 Bumped into some others on the way to the party - not sure who is Darth Vader and who is the Storm Trooper though - come on - own up..................................

(I'll look a little more relaxed once the bubbles do their magic!!)
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Re: Glad rags

Postby KatGoldLIN » 14 Sep 2010, 18:57

I'm dressed as Joan Crawford as depicted by Faye Dunaway in Mommy Dearest, without the wire coat hanger.
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Re: Glad rags

Postby blackberrycrimble » 14 Sep 2010, 18:59

Ah! Perfect, we have one of those darth vader helmets around somewhere, will dig it out.
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Re: Glad rags

Postby Piegea » 14 Sep 2010, 19:41

Jammies, a slightly sour smelling muslin (nice) and a very warm squirmy baby.
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Re: Glad rags

Postby TwinklinGDecorations » 14 Sep 2010, 19:42

Feet starting to ache in those heels (although they are officially the best shoes in the whole world ever) - wish I'd come as Chewbacca (or however you spell it) now in some big furry slippers!

Pagea - i'm sure you wouldn't have it any other way but if you could be wearing anything you wanted right now - what would it be?
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Re: Glad rags

Postby 3KiwiChicks » 14 Sep 2010, 19:43

a sexy number...... granny pink breastfeeding nighty with DH's dressing gown. Sipping a coffee and trying to see if I can justify a cookie for breakfast..... it is a party after all! :bsmile
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Re: Glad rags

Postby Piegea » 14 Sep 2010, 19:58

Dark blue silk pjs. Am going to buy some when my babies aren't babies anymore :D

Other than that, um, a really stylish swishy dress, maybe jersey or linen, with some long boots.
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Re: Glad rags

Postby Rosie_t_Riveter » 14 Sep 2010, 20:04

Some lovely NEW clothes from White Stuff. I love their stuff. All of it.
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Re: Glad rags

Postby EvilMumLady » 14 Sep 2010, 20:26

Pagea2 wrote:Jammies, a slightly sour smelling muslin (nice) and a very warm squirmy baby.


It's so embarassing when you turn up at a party with the same outfit as someone else :oops:

Or maybe it's the Regional costume of Suffolk :wink:
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Re: Glad rags

Postby Piegea » 15 Sep 2010, 01:50

EML - where in Suffolk are you?
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Re: Glad rags

Postby EvilMumLady » 15 Sep 2010, 18:07

We live in Haverhill ( I really must have done something bad in my past life!). Whereabouts are you?
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Re: Glad rags

Postby Piegea » 15 Sep 2010, 18:38

Bury. Never been to haverhill, is it that bad?
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Re: Glad rags

Postby EvilMumLady » 15 Sep 2010, 18:57

oooh Bury, just up the road :D

No, Haverhill isn't that terrible really. It does have it's less desirable areas, but doesn't everywhere?
The shops are useless so we tend to do either Bury or cambridge of a weekend.
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