In my first Fashion for Fogeys I displayed an uncanny ability to wear beige stylishly. On this occasion I take it a step further by dispensing with beige all together. What I must stress here is that it isn’t neccessary for old fogey’s to wear dull colours at all. This is never truer than when the sun is shining. Bright colours are not only for winter, young people or laplanders: anyone can wear them at any time of year in whatever weather. Take me for example: I like Spain. I like the Spanish flag too. Both are bright and cheerful. I cheer for their national football team and their riders in Moto GP and international motocross because they make me happy. Bright colours are happy colours. So I am not ashamed, in any way, to appear in public places dressed like this…
So I do. And you can do the same. It just doesn’t have to be red and yellow. Wear whatever colours you bloody like: South Africa’s are rather strident. Just make it bright and cheerful. And what’s more – as a bonus – you’re less likely to get knocked down by a bus too!
7 thoughts on “Tooty’s Fashion For Fogeys 2”
yes, f3 will be all the rage during fashion week this year –
I’m certain of it – as long as enough people read this blog!
Oooh yes this is definitely you,I love it..How tall are you Tooty?
It’s been a couple of years since I was last measured, but I was surprised to find that I’m still six feet and half an inch, which is what I was at twenty-one. Not quite sure how that can be so; but the Doctor’s measure doesn’t lie.
The black cloth thing hanging behind you looks kind of like a cape, making you look kind of like a superhero!
Damnation – I’ve accidentally given away my alter-ego: Iberian Peninsularman! Did you spot my side-kick hiding behind my leg? It’s Louie Chihuahuadog!