foundation garment shortage

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In Reading town its Jacksons

In Tiverton town its Banbury’s

A family run store, named after the family.  Selling everything in tiny departments on split-level floors arranged with a maze-like series of turns and staircases. These stores are Tardis-like, seeming small from the outside then corridor after staircase after turn they get larger and larger.  The staff are normally experienced people with well structured hairstyles or quirky youngters. All are personable.  When leaving the Wendy house this morning I was in the middle of scat-fest.  Things I forgot to bring with my included, pants, watch,  tops to wear.  Banbury’s was just the place to temporarily solve my foundation garment shortage

While searching for the cleverly hidden underware department I stumbles across a Linen top with a print reminiscent of the fabulous Finnish Marimekko Unnikko print.  Yummy.

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  1. Scarlet writes:

    I hate forgetting my pants… it makes the whole day quite miserable… and a bit chaffing. Thank goodness for handy knicker shops!
    Sx

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  2. Madame Defarge writes:

    One always has to watch for the appearance of the foundation garment monster. I’m glad to hear of your journey back from the edge.

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  3. Kevin writes:

    How stressful: having to acclimatise yourself to a new set of whalebones while on holiday.

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