Thursday, 13 November 2008

DRESS DOWN DAY

We received the following permission from our marketing department today:

"If desired, you may dress down tomorrow for Children in Need for a fee of £2.00

Please note that this is purely optional."

The question is, would anyone notice if I dressed down? I think not!

And finally….. wrinkled was not one of the things I wanted to be when I grew up.

12 comments:

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Love it! I'd look like a tired old tramp if I dressed down!

CJ xx

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

I suppose you could "dress up".

Love your comments at the end of your posts. Keep them coming - please.

A x

Maggie May said...

Children at school are dressing in National costumes of any other country. My granddaughters are going in kimonos.
If I dressed DOWN, I would be very rough & ready as no one ever dresses up at school.

rosiero said...

I agree. I wear suitable-for-muddy-walks-in-the-park-with-the-dog-couture rather than haute couture. "Dressing down" would be wearing my painting and decorating clothes. Ha

jay said...

I don't think I could dress down... unless maybe I visited a skip first! LOL!

menopausaloldbag (MOB) said...

Bag lady here. If I dressed down people in third world countries would look like they had been dressed in haute couture if lined up beside me.

Retiredandcrazy said...

Me too CJ! My colleagues are all so uptodate, but there again they are much, much younger!

Retiredandcrazy said...

Anne, I wouldn't know how to dress up if I tried!

Retiredandcrazy said...

I could do national costume Maggie, how about a sari? I could do that with a tablecloth! And I'm not dissing the sari, I love it! You have to be so careful now incase the PC brigade are about.

Retiredandcrazy said...

I don't even have paint and decorating clothes Rosiero.

Retiredandcrazy said...

You keep out of my skip Jay

Retiredandcrazy said...

Bag lady MOB? You are one up on me!