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Some great input here. Of course, like most women I know, she will go all Foo on me and just wear what she wants to anyway. But keep the comments coming. There may be force in numbers. Thanks.
Quote: Originally Posted by Motorsport226 Not necessarily a bad thing But a woman needs one hell of a figure to pull that off. -226 She can pull it off, I'm happy to report.
I wonder if he may be standing a little stiffly, particularly in the legs. I find myself doing that when I do the mirror checkout. Rob
Vox, I smile from time to time reading this site. I rarely laugh out loud like I just did reading your last posts. And for the record, I'm Canadian and Calvinist - I think that adds something to my post. Rob
Yes, she pretty much assumed a good portion of the posters here would be pigs (just like her husband!). Thanks for the input.
Spoo, She'd love the Hermes and Van Cleef, no doubt. Quite frankly, I surprised she asked me to post on SF since she thinks I half crazy for reading this site so often. Rob
My wife has asked for SF opinions on what she should wear for after work fundraisers/cocktail parties. After work for her, at this point, means after working inside the home. She's 40, 5'3" and wears size 0 or 2 depending. The events usually run from 5:30 to 7:30 and may have us heading out for dinner and drinks afterwards. The events are usually downtown, although there's one coming up at a country club. I would normally just wear the business suit I went to work...
Quote: Originally Posted by Mr. Moo Very Moo-like. Aside from the fact that it looks good. Rob
Quote: Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum I wouldn't make it a habit, but I've washed wool trousers once or twice without noticable ill effect. I spilt red wine down them and the dry-cleaner said they would not be able to get it out; I washed them with some of that Vanish Oxy Action stuff and they're good as new. If you're using normal washing powder/liquid, make sure it's non-Bio. I would never even consider putting them in a dryer...
And Krauthammer is the best op-ed writer out there, as far as I'm concerned. No one has yet to respond to the substance of his latest piece.
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