Ladies' white (and otherwise) dresses

Monica Bielke

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Hi Robb,

> For the men, when not occasionally in waist-upward penguinesque
formal, we have short-sleeved light-green shirts with button-down
shoulder glove strips to which we've added dark-green velour stripes
(loops that fit onto the shoulder strips), which match the darker
women's dresses.

I love green personally. Unfortunately, others in our demo group have a
penchant for purple :-\. (not that I don't like purple, you understand,
just that it's difficult to coordinate with many common tartans).

What I wanted to ask you, and others, is where does one find a good
supplier of those light-green shirts?
I really like them and I'd like to introduce them to the demo group
here - most of whom have no clue what I'm going on about :-).

> We cannot confirm that "it's not easy being green"; contrarywise,
we've received multiple compliments thereupon.

Your groups' demo attire sounds lovely to me!

Monica Bielke
Thistle & Ghillies Scottish Country Dancers, Boise, Idaho

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