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post #1 of 8
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My good lady has finally asked me what the hell I spend all my time doing on the net, so I have had to explain to her technologically challenged brain exactly what a forum is, and how this one gives me the advice I have been putting into practice for the last few months. The next question was "Is there a women's one too?" I thought a female equivalent had been mentioned on the forum somewhere, but I have searched to no avail. Can anyone recommend any women's style/fashion/clothes forums to keep Mrs Nonk happy?
post #2 of 8
The women's forums tend to be more fashion and much less detail oriented. I hesitate to make any generalizations based on this. The most popular one I've seen is www.thefashionspot.com - and the discussions there are not erudite, to be very generous.
post #3 of 8
Don't even bother telling her about the fashionspot. I haven't found an equivalent to the Style Forum for women in English yet. It's fairly hopeless. Maybe a search in other languages, if your lady speaks a language other than English?
post #4 of 8
try to get her intersted in sites that don't encourage the spening of money, other wise you will be sorry
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try to get her intersted in sites that don't encourage the spening of money, other wise you will be sorry
Hopefully, she earns and spends her own money.
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Don't even bother telling her about the fashionspot. I haven't found an equivalent to the Style Forum for women in English yet. It's fairly hopeless. Maybe a search in other languages, if your lady speaks a language other than English?
Do us a favor and don't find a women's SF equivalent in English, because then we won't be getting your input here any longer.
post #7 of 8
www.luxuryfashion.com is probably one of the better women's forums out there. Though they dont always talk about high end stuff like SF does.
post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the responses, despite the warnings about the potential cost (good point.) I will pass on the information. Unfortunately Mrs Nonk was born in Scotland, to mixed Welsh and English parentage and was raised in Northamptonshire, so her language ability is limited to a rough approximation of English only.
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