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May 25, 2007

Lisa Armstrong on M&S

This might be a touch ungallant but time marches on for all of us:

I may find myself held to ransom by my own enthusiasm here, but at Marks & Spencer’s preview of its autumn/winter collections yesterday I saw a number of items that I might actually wear.

Congratulations on reaching a certain level of maturity Ms. Armstrong. It's not that M&S has created vastly better clothes, it's that their styles require one to be a certain age before one appreciates them.

One you have obviously reached (and I roared past some years ago).

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I can recommend their 99p pork pie.

Posted by: dearieme | May 25, 2007 1:54:07 PM

Reminds me of Victoria Wood saying that you know you have reached middle age when you look in a Scholl shoe shop window and think "mmmm they look comfortable".

Tim adds: Damn....does everyone have to know where I've stolen my jokes from?

Grr, Grr, :-)

Posted by: Deirdre | May 25, 2007 9:12:16 PM