Pennod 9 Cwpwrdd Dillad


Pennod 9

Bydd Ann Sandbrook, Osi a Hilary Osmond a Gwen Siôn yn agor eu cypyrddau dillad yr wythnos hon. Ann Sandbrook, Gwen Siôn and Osi and Hilary Osmond will reveal the content of the...


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-In this programme,

-a bit of glamour in rural Wales...

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-..and a touch of romance by the sea

-with a creative, colourful couple.

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-First, a belly dancing class

-in Pontardawe.

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-Welcome to Cwpwrdd Dillad.

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-During the day, I'm a hairdresser.

-At night, I'm a belly dancer.

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-You need the three B's -

-boobs, bum and bottle!

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-Ann has been belly dancing

-for years.

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-She teaches almost every night

-and she organises shows for charity.

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-She travels as far as Cairo

-to have costumes made...

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-..both for her

-and for her troupe - The Divas.

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-Why did you take up belly dancing?

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-Why did you take up belly dancing?

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-I needed to keep fit.

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-I was at a strange age.

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-I went to a few keep fit classes.

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-There were men there

-wearing Lycra and I hated it!

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-I heard about a belly dancing class

-and I enjoy dancing, so I tried it.

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-I took to it

-and it's very addictive.

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-Once you dress up

-in all the sparkles, it's great.

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-What do you wear when you dance?

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-You wear skirts and coin belts,

-called shakiras.

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-They jingle

-when you wiggle your body.

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-When you gain more experience,

-you get a whole outfit...

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-..that includes

-a sparkly skirt and bra.

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-When you dance,

-you need a solid bra.

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-When you lift your arms,

-everything shifts...

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-..so it must fit you properly.

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-You also wear coordinating shoes.

-The colours are fabulous.

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-Do you feel sexy when you wear them?

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-Do you feel sexy when you wear them?

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-Yes - brilliant! It's fab.

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-Ann, I'm privileged to be here.

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-You don't allow many people up here.

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-You don't allow many people up here.

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-I allow no-one up here!

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-You're the only one.

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-It doesn't look like an attic

-in Pontardawe.

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-It looks like a bazaar in Cairo!

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-It's incredible.

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-I've never seen so many sequins

-in my life.

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-Do you have a favourite?

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-Do you have a favourite?

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-I'm fond of this one.

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-The sequins on the dress

-make it really heavy.

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-You can see through it.

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-This is incredible!

-They're like metal.

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-They're solid.

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-Yes,

-there's a bra built into this one.

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-The dress wraps around the body

-and zips up at the back.

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-This holds you in.

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-This holds you in.

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-You mustn't spill out of it.

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-Do you wear these to dance?

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-Yes, you wear one

-that matches your costume.

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-It goes on, like so.

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-I feel like a queen.

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-I've just spotted something!

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-Do you wear this?

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-Yes, it's quite possible to wear it.

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-You wear fabric underneath it

-and it goes on, like so.

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-You look like Madonna!

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-Why is there a pair

-of red dragon knickers up here?

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-We did a show

-and I was wearing my full costume.

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-I wanted to have fun,

-so I tucked my skirt in my bloomers.

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-When I turned around,

-people saw the Wales flag.

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-You love being on stage, don't you?

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-Yes.

-I don't care what anyone thinks!

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-I'm up there to have fun.

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-What did your husband say when

-you first took up belly-dancing?

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-I didn't tell him, at first.

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-I went to a class in Cardiff and

-I wore a long coat, over my costume.

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-He'd ask, "Where have you been?"

-and I'd reply, "Keep fit."

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-This went on for six months

-until I came home one night...

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-..and he said I was wearing strange

-clothes for a keep fit class!

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-He knew what was under the coat,

-so I told him where I was going.

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-I thought he'd say I was crackers!

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-I keep everything,

-including my pair of yellow wellies!

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-I've had them for years.

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-We performed at a festival

-in Pontardawe last year.

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-I wore my belly-dancing costume

-and my yellow wellies.

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-Everyone asked me,

-"Where did you have those wellies?"

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-I keep everything.

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-How does it feel to be on stage,

-in your wonderful costume?

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-Do you feel like a different person?

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-Yes, I forget about everything else.

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-You're wearing your costume and once

-the music starts, you go for it.

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-When I dance, I forget who I am.

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-Some ladies

-are normally very quiet...

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-..but, once they put on the costume,

-they're different people.

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-I love the clothes.

-They give me such pleasure.

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-I love them.

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-How would you feel

-if you lost all these clothes?

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-If I lost them,

-I'd head to Cairo to buy some more!

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-You'd book a flight to Cairo!

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-Gwen Sion works for

-a public relations company...

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-..and she recently moved

-from Cardiff to Cwm y Glo.

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-She did some ballet dancing,

-as a girl...

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-..as you can see from her wardrobe.

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-I danced a lot

-until I was 18 years old.

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-Ballet clothes

-certainly influenced my dress sense.

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-I like clothes that fit me well.

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-I'm fond of different fabrics

-like satin, silk and netting.

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-Those are what catch my eye

-when I'm shopping.

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-It's all about the silhouette

-you get with those types of fabrics.

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-When you're in a dance studio,

-you look in the mirror regularly.

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-I'm quite a shy person but

-I'm confident about my reflection.

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-I'm used to looking at arm movements

-and so on, as I dance.

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-You must make sure

-it's positioned correctly.

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-Once those shoes are on,

-you escape to a different place.

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-It's a wonderful place to be.

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-I've never seen so many issues

-of Vogue magazine in my life!

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-They go back a few years.

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-Have you always read Vogue

-and bought fashion magazines?

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-For me, Vogue is the fashion bible.

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-That's the starting point.

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-It's then adapted

-to create high street fashion.

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-I think my style is quite simple.

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-I'm quite small, so I like to wear

-clothes that fit me properly.

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-I rarely wear patterns.

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-I tend to wear blocks of colour.

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-I wear a lot of dresses.

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-If I'm going out, I'll wear a dress,

-more often than not.

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-Since you moved from the city

-to the countryside...

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-..have you compromised your style?

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-..have you compromised your style?

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-No, not at all.

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-That may sound strange because

-I do live in a rural area.

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-I don't see it like that.

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-This place is really wild

-but it's also beautiful.

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-The stunning landscape

-hasn't changed the way I dress.

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-I may not get the opportunity to

-wear glamorous clothes often here...

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-..but I'm not about to pack them

-all away and start wearing jeans.

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-I haven't changed.

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-I still want to look like this.

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-I don't worry about

-what people think of me.

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-I've started to find my own style,

-to a certain extent.

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-I've accepted the fact I'm a woman

-who likes feminine things.

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-I don't fight it any more.

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-I like nice fabrics,

-like satin and silk.

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-It must feel nice and look nice.

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-I really like the feel of cashmere.

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-There's a variety of colours

-in your wardrobe.

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-That shade of blue looks fantastic

-with your eyes.

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-It isn't a colour

-I'd normally choose.

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-I tried it on

-and I really liked the colour.

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-I wore it to a friend's wedding.

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-There are a few newer dresses here.

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-This is something

-Sarah Jessica Parker would wear.

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-It brings back

-some wonderful memories.

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-I wore it on my hen night.

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-I got married recently.

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-I've also worn it

-to a couple of my friends' weddings.

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-This is a good-time dress

-and I knew that when I bought it.

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-How could you have anything but

-a good time in this dress?

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-I hope

-this will always be a happy dress.

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-Let's talk about your work.

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-You work in public relations, so you

-must dress appropriately for work.

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-I think the way people dress

-for work is fascinating.

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-There is no dress code

-for the company's staff...

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-..but I feel more confident and more

-in the zone if I dress smartly.

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-It's a business that values image

-and first impressions count.

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-I believe it's important

-to dress for the job you want...

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-..rather than for the job you have.

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-It shows

-you take your career seriously...

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-..and I hope

-it's a means of aiming higher.

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-The shape of this dress

-reminds me of the 1950s styles.

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-Yes. The 1950s style suits my shape.

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-If you're quite small, you must be

-sure to wear things that fit you...

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-..or you get swamped.

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-There's a bit of detail here,

-then it just falls beautifully.

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-It isn't a colour I'd

-normally choose but it works for me.

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-I really like the detail

-at the bottom of the dress.

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-As you can see, I like spots!

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-I can see a lot of polka dots

-in your wardrobe.

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-Yes.

-It comes back to the 1950s style.

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-The pattern isn't too busy.

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-It's just an extra touch,

-which works with the other colours.

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-I don't think

-I'm obsessed with clothes.

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-I have a sense of perspective

-and I know clothes are clothes.

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-I think they enrich your life.

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-If clothes add something

-to your life, you should embrace it.

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-Some people may think

-I dress up too much...

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-..but it makes me happy,

-so I'll carry on regardless.

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-Give me two more years

-and maybe I'll have changed my mind.

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-It's better to be overdressed

-than underdressed!

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-Yes, and I'll stick with

-my fancy clothes, for now.

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-Osi and Hilary Osmond

-are a creative couple.

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-Osi is an artist

-and Hilary is a piano teacher.

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-They adore each other

-and they adore their clothes.

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-Hilary, can you define your style?

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-Romantic and old-fashioned.

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-I always enjoyed dressing up

-when I was a little girl.

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-We had lots of dressing-up clothes

-when I was growing up.

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-Are you a romantic person?

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-Are you a romantic person?

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-Yes.

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-Would you agree, Osi?

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-Would you agree, Osi?

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-Yes, very much so.

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-We're both romantics.

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-What about your style, Osi?

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-I went from Huckleberry Finn boy

-to grammar school boy, with a tie...

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-..to teddy boy, almost overnight.

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-Elvis Presley burst onto the scene

-when I was 11 or 12.

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-It's a mixture

-of the elegant thug bohemian.

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-It's an interesting blend.

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-My grandfather was well-travelled.

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-He was a diplomat and he lived in

-South America and in Mexico.

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-He enjoyed buying clothes

-and I wear those clothes.

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-Those clothes are a way of

-connecting with your family history.

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-Yes, it's like being hugged.

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-Do you dress to please each other?

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-Do you dress to please each other?

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-Yes, of course.

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-If you say so!

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-We don't go shopping together.

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-No, that's true.

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-This is your colourful

-dressing area and this is great!

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-Red trousers and a yellow shirt.

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-Yes. I feel like a fruit salad!

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-You're like a ray of sunshine.

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-Pink, turquoise, blue, red...

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-Pink, turquoise, blue, red...

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-..cerise!

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-Do you feel happy

-when you wear them?

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-Yes. We need colour

-in this drab country.

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-We live such grey lives.

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-When I wear bright colours,

-I feel elevated.

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-The colour creates something.

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-I get an amazing sensation

-in my mind.

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-I like the colour red,

-as you've gathered.

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-I use a lot of pigment

-when I'm painting...

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-..and I love wearing bright colours.

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-I love pinky-red trousers.

-They're elevating.

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-This is a fantastic, old wardrobe.

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-Just like the clothes, the wardrobe

-came from my mother's house.

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-Let's start with

-this amazing outfit.

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-It came from Mexico.

-It's called a 'huipile'.

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-People who live in the hot areas

-of Mexico wear these.

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-The embroidery is stunning.

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-Something like this was perfect

-when I was a hippy.

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-Were you really a hippy?

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-You're still a hippy, at heart!

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-I always wear beads.

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-I put them together myself but the

-beads come from all over the world.

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-When my friends go away

-on exotic holidays...

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-..I ask them

-to bring back some beads for me.

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-These came from Sudan.

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-I have a vast collection.

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-They all mean something to me.

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-Hilary likes beads

-because it's like a second smile.

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-It doesn't matter how she feels,

-she projects a smile.

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-Lipstick is also important to her.

-If she loses a lipstick, look out!

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-It's like a terrorist alert!

-A security alert!

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-I do like nice shoes

-and I have a modest collection!

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-I have one pair

-that belonged to my grandmother.

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-They came from Cuba and they're

-too small for me but they're pretty.

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-Crocodile skin shoes.

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-I also own

-lots of colourful espadrilles.

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-I wear a lot of black and

-it's nice to have colourful shoes.

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-Do you feel different

-when you wear red shoes?

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-Yes. I think every woman feels

-different when she wears red shoes!

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-Every female likes red shoes -

-girls and women alike.

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-I like this Danish sweater.

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-I held an exhibition...

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-..in a part of Denmark

-where the weather changes quickly.

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-The boys said,

-"Come on! Choose a sweater."

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-It's spotty.

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-It's dappled,

-just like the Welsh landscape.

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-I feel comforted and creative

-when I wear this.

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-I wear it and I want to go out with

-watercolours and a sketch book...

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-..and study the landscape.

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-He needs to keep warm

-when he paints outside.

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-When I see him in his jumper,

-I know he's going out to create.

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-I like sharing the experience

-and seeing what he studies.

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-Are clothes a luxury

-or are they practical, too?

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-They're usually a luxury but

-we all need practical clothes, too.

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-I'm not great

-with practical clothes...

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-..but we wear special garments when

-we do some gardening in the rain.

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-We bought them in Marrakech.

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-They're long djellabas, with hoods.

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-They're waterproof, so we can

-do some gardening when it's raining.

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-They're great!

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-Your suits are all quite dark.

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-Yes, they contrast with my shirts.

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-I'm happy to wear a suit

-but not a collar and tie.

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-I won't wear a white shirt,

-or a striped shirt...

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-..like people wear

-in banks and businesses.

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-This is a special suit.

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-It was reduced from 600 to 30!

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-The hand tailoring is fantastic.

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-It's a light, wool cloth

-which you can wear in the summer.

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-It's off the peg

-but it fits like a glove.

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-These came from Bolivia. They're

-part of my grandfather's collection.

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-It's colourful

-and I've worn it many times.

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-How do you feel about your clothes?

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-Are you sentimental about them?

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-Are you sentimental about them?

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-Yes. They're like old friends.

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-I'm always glad to see them

-and glad to wear them.

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-Osi, are you equally sentimental?

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-Osi, are you equally sentimental?

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-No, not quite.

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-I don't care if other people say

-it's ridiculous...

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-..if I feel comfortable and happy

-in something...

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-..I want to wear it forever.

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-It's with you throughout your life.

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-You're dressed when you have

-many of life's experiences.

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-You have experiences

-when you're undressed, too...

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-..but let's not talk about those!

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-S4C subtitles by Eirlys A Jones

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Bydd Ann Sandbrook, Osi a Hilary Osmond a Gwen Siôn yn agor eu cypyrddau dillad yr wythnos hon. Ann Sandbrook, Gwen Siôn and Osi and Hilary Osmond will reveal the content of their wardrobes.