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Pretty banging jumper this one - colour is oatmeal with flecks - The jumper is a thick knit and is lovely and warm in winter. It's a size medium, but as with thick wool jumpers there's a lot of give so I would say it could fit a large. The length from back centre top to bottom is approx 28", across the shoulders is approx 19", from arm pit to arm pit is approx 21" and the sleeve length from the armpit is approx 23". Only worn once by me - so pretty much new. Price is...
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Gorgeous fair isle pattern jumper. This is by trendy Belgian brand Morrison, on their Howlin' label (see here for more info about the brand http://www.morrison.be/about-us). These jumpers are only sold in a few exclusive shops in the UK and it cost over £200. The jumper is a thick knit and is lovely and warm in winter. It's a size medium, but as with thick wool jumpers there's a lot of give so I would say it could easily fit a large as well. The length from back...
Gorgeous fair isle pattern jumper. This is by trendy Belgian brand Morrison, on their Howlin' label (see here for more info about the brand http://www.morrison.be/about-us). These jumpers are only sold in a few exclusive shops in the UK and it cost over £200. The jumper is a thick knit and is lovely and warm in winter. It's a size medium, but as with thick wool jumpers there's a lot of give so I would say it could easily fit a large as well. The length from back...
Does anyone have any experience with this lot: http://secretsales.com/home/ Cheap / discounted goods? They apparently source last seasons goods from suppliers and have limited run sales (usually 7 days). They seem legit - registered company / VAT number - although they have abysmal reviews online, some even saying they're flogging fake gear. Was wondering if anyone here has any experience?
No they don't. French culture, French values or nothing. France isn't the United States.
You're simply wrong. Fraternity & equality are essential facets of French culture and value; that's completely entwined in the Napoleonic Code. The French Government concluded that these types of Islamic dress were divisional - hence unfraternal and polarising - ergo they legislated against it. As I say, it isn't 'unfrench'.
It wasn't at all. The French government concluded that this garment, as an expression of overt religiosity, was divisional in nature and hence an anathema to French values. That isn't exactly an 'unfrench' conclusion.
Because it's religiously enjoined.My opinion is irrelevant.
The French Republic embodies irreligiousity at best, or anti-clericalism at worse. The Burka ban was a manifestation of that.
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