Yes a middle-aged mum CAN steal her teenager"s clothes (and it works the other way too!)
Yes a middle-aged mum CAN steal her teenager”s clothes (and it works the other way too!)
11:20 PM on 27th July 2011
MUM: I think I look pretty good in this outfit, and those crop trousers work better with heels. The T-shirt isn’t too young and funky to be ridiculous. LOIS: Mum looks good in this outfit – she wears the trousers more than me.
MUM:I always envy Lois in this outfit in the summer — there’s no way I’d have the confidence for that boob tube, so Lois wins again. It does double up as a lovely skirt, though. LOIS: I like this on Mum as a skirt best — she’s free to borrow/have it whenever she wants.
MUM: This definitely looks better on Lois. That won’t stop me stealing it to mooch around the supermarket, though. LOIS: I know you love to borrow it, but sorry, Mum, you look a bit daft in this.
MUM:This is one we fight over, but I think it’s too grown-up for a teenager. LOIS: I do like this coat – although it probably looks best on Mum. I’m not going to stop borrowing it, though.
MUM: I think I suit this dress better than Lois, as I have the curves to fill it, plus it’s a bit too formal for a young girl. LOIS: I’m not too keen on this dress — pink is not my favourite colour. I might wear it for a wedding with a funky cardigan, though. I concede it suits Mum best.
MUM: This looks best on Lois as a dress, as she has the youth (and the legs) to carry it off. I’d only wear it over trousers. LOIS: Thisis great in the summer with my gladiator sandals. I’d probably only wear it on holiday when I’ve got a tan. I think that it suits Mum best.