clothing

  1. Yildez Datca

    Warm winter clothing appeal.

    Some members may remember the project to knit warm winter hats for Syrian refugee children in the Diyarbakir camp. It has been ongoing for 2 winters now, and the Datca ladies are still knitting. However, the organisation I've been working with is no longer running transports, just too dangerous...
  2. C

    Ladies' Clothing for sale

    Short, cream,buttonless, linen jacket Size 14 - Rocha John Rocha - hardly worn. 30 tl Cherry red viscose top , round-necked with sequin detail on the neckline. Size 12 - Rocha John Rocha - never worn - 30 tl Sage green, 100% cotton trousers with straight/drawstring leg. Size 12,31"...
  3. Mag

    Clothing for March

    Coming to Turgutreis last week in March for 10 days. Forecast 17 degrees during the day dropping to 10 at night, but quite sunny. What type of clothing should I bring? Won't be a pleasure trip this time so can't see us being outdoors too much. Thanks
  4. J

    Womens online clothing delivering to Turkey

    Hi everyone Can anyone recommend a good, fairly cheap womens clothing company that deliver to Turkey, I already know about next, everything5pounds.com and markafoni just wondering if there are any others that don't take too long to arrive. Thanks Jo :p
  5. B

    Fines for bad clothing!!!!!!!!!

    My sartorial fines: Trousers around your bottom? That'll be £25. Skirt too short? £20 ? Telegraph Blogs I hope nobody takes up this bloke's suggestion, it could cost me a fortune. Not "the trousers too low" one, I might add. Or socks with sandals...
  6. Mushtaq

    50% off fashion clothing

    A friend has just started a new website and is offering 50% all orders for a while to introduce his brand and website. Please take a look 16sixty
  7. L

    What clothing to wear in February??

    Hi What clothing do I need to bring with me for 3 weeks in February in Turunc?? Waterproof jacket? thick trousers? any help and advise would be most welcome. Many thanks - Joan :438qr:
  8. Pennie

    clothing

    I'm sorry, call me old fashioned or a prude but somethings really pee me off. Went to Akbuk market this morning, gloriously sunny day and lo and behold the tourists are out in mass. Brilliant, I thinks, the market keepers will do well today. Imagine my horror when I pass 7 british women (not all...
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