Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by lynne h (22 Aug 08 11:32)

Oh Lynne, the dilemas of what to wear. Black is always acceptable in my view but I have found that the cocktail style outfit is worn more often in the Med than the longer outfits and yes colours are certainly in fashion but so is black. Gives you an excuse to go to the shops and have a look and maybe buy something new. Regards. Ida.

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lynneg26 - replied to Neil and Ida Down (22 Aug 08 13:13)

Thanks Ida for the reply.

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Dover - Answered a Question by lynne h (22 Aug 08 12:23)

The majority of people still wear black at several different lengths, colours are worn by the younger females, blues, greens and stripes etc. However its what ever you feel comfortable in, and more importantly what you can boogie away in.

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lynneg26 - replied to Dover (22 Aug 08 13:12)

Thanks for the reply. My friend and I are going away for a girly holiday as part as the celebrations for our 50th Birthdays, hers in Oct , mine November.Suppose I better get plently of boogieing in to keep the weight off to cancel the effects of the amount we will eat!!! . Thanks for your help.

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