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Dillad kitsch perchennog salon gwallt Dion Padan yn Lerpwl, ffrogiau hafaidd Fflur Edwards a steil greddfol glam Linda Morus. Kitsch clothes, innate glamour and a host of summer...


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-In this programme, the owner

-of a salon for whom fashion is fun.

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-A student who loves girly clothes.

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-And a music teacher who loves to be

-the centre of attention.

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-Welcome to Cwpwrdd Dillad.

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-I hate looking like everyone else.

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-I'm a hairdresser

-and I like to think I'm unique.

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-I've been here for five years.

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-Everyone tries to outdo each other

-in the fashion stakes in Liverpool.

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-Everyone dresses up to go out.

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-That happens a lot more

-than in other cities.

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-Men are as fashion-conscious

-as women here.

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-I have my own salon and being

-a hairdresser is all about image.

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-Nobody in the shop wears a uniform.

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-They wear their own clothes.

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-What you wear should reflect

-the kind of person you are.

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-I like to be bright,

-so I don't wear dark clothes.

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-I like reds and blues.

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-I love to stand out.

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-I think it reflects who you are.

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-What you're wearing

-expresses how you feel that day.

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-I'm wearing grey!

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-What does that say about me?

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-Watch it!

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-This is where I keep my T-shirts.

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-They're colour coordinated.

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-When I get up in the morning,

-I choose which colour to wear.

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-I have loads of T-shirts

-with cartoons on them.

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-I have ones

-with logos printed on them.

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-This Coca-Cola T-shirt

-is quite retro.

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-I have a Mr Incredible shirt here.

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-I hear your bed linen

-is incredible, too!

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-Yes, a glow-in-the-dark

-Mr Incredible duvet set.

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-I bought it in Hong Kong.

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-# Where does your trip begin?

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-# Trying things

-which aren't available

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-# It's part of your life

-but it wasn't part of the plan... #

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-I really like 1980s stuff.

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-A lot of fashion disasters

-happened in the 1980s...

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-..but we now look back and see

-that some things were cool, too.

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-I look at pop music, bands

-and fashion.

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-Everything goes around in cycles and

-1980s trends are making a comeback.

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-Those are great! I really like

-these fantastic trainers.

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-They're so colourful.

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-They're so colourful.

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-I love trainers and I live in them.

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-That's why I own

-so many pairs of them.

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-I had these made for me

-at Nike Town in London.

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-You can

-design your own trainers there.

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-You choose the style

-and the colours.

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-That's so cool!

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-You chose all of this?

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-Yes, I chose all of it.

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-You choose your colours and they

-send it to you within a month.

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-Your name's on them!

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-That's handy if you leave them

-at the swimming baths!

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-I have a thing

-for Reebok Pump trainers.

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-I have three pairs of them.

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-These are

-the Miami Vice special edition.

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-You put them on, then pump them up?

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-You put them on, then pump them up?

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-Yes, they support your feet.

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-Do you need three pairs?

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-Do you need three pairs?

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-Yes, and they're all from eBay!

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-Male fashion and male grooming have

-changed a lot in the past decade.

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-Men feel similar pressure to women.

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-The designers now produce

-a lot more men's clothes.

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-Louis Vuitton make man bags.

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-Everyone's spotted a new market.

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-They're pushing it.

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-There's pressure on men

-to look the part.

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-I'm happy with the way I look.

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-I'm happy with my body

-and with the way I dress.

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-I now tend to buy classic designs

-which are made to last.

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-Are those bags genuine or fakes?

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-They're genuine

-and they cost a fortune!

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-My one bag a year treat.

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-Which is the newest of them?

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-The Fendi weekend bag,

-which I bought last Christmas.

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-I love that bag but I love

-my Louis Vuitton bag even more!

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-I bought it in Milan

-and it's one of the collection bags.

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-I adore it!

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-How much did it cost?

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-How much did it cost?

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-Over 1,000.

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-Honestly?

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-Aren't you scared to take it out,

-in case someone grabs it from you?

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-No, I hold on for dear life!

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-I like going to vintage shops

-in Liverpool and in Camden.

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-I know where to go

-to get what I want.

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-I bought most of these shirts

-in second-hand shops.

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-I've bought some really nice shirts,

-like this one.

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-The cowboy style!

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-This is second-hand.

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-The shirt I'm wearing

-belongs to my dad.

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-It's around 40 years old.

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-Fred, the Homepride character.

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-I can't believe it's so old.

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-I can't believe it's so old.

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-It's amazing.

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-What are those red trousers?

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-I bought them years ago.

-They're Gucci jeans.

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-I bought them over six years ago.

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-I don't wear them any more.

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-How much did you pay for them?

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-How much did you pay for them?

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-Around 180.

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-You've had good wear from them.

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-You've had good wear from them.

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-Yes, I've worn them six times!

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-Have you found a place

-where you're confident and happy?

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-Yes, I'm happy because my style

-isn't expensive to maintain.

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-I do buy stuff

-from second-hand and vintage shops.

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-You blow the savings on bags!

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-You blow the savings on bags!

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-Yes, on bags and sunglasses!

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-My wardrobe is full of dresses.

-I don't really wear jeans.

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-Dresses are so easy.

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-It's a single item and you don't

-have to match it with anything else.

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-You can glam it up with jewellery

-or a nice pair of shoes.

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-Dresses dominate my wardrobe!

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-I don't know if it makes me boring

-but I like pretty, girly things.

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-I've never veered towards

-any other style.

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-People say your clothes

-reflect your personality.

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-Yes and I think that's true.

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-My wardrobe is colourful

-and I'm a lively person.

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-Wearing bright colours

-brightens up my day.

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-I hope it cheers up

-other people, too.

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-This flowery dress

-is definitely one of my favourites.

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-It's such fun!

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-I bought it a month ago

-to go on a girls' holiday to Turkey.

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-I wanted something comfortable

-and fun.

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-I love the elastic

-at the bottom of the dress.

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-It complements my shape quite well.

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-This print and these colours

-are very fashionable.

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-Yes. These are pretty colours.

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-This dress worked really well.

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-It's good for clubbing

-and as daywear, too.

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-Yes, I wore it with flat sandals

-during the day.

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-I like to keep everything.

-I hate throwing things away.

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-I don't wear the clothes in the

-left hand section of my wardrobe.

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-My mother goes mad and she asks me

-to have a clearout once a year.

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-I like to keep things

-in case they come back into fashion.

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-This green dress was given to me

-by my grandmother.

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-My grandmother bought it

-to go to a party...

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-..but, for some reason, she ended up

-never wearing this dress.

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-She gave this dress to me

-and I think it's really pretty.

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-I'd wear it with a belt and

-a pair of flat gladiator sandals.

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-I'd even wear it with leggings

-to modernise it.

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-You'll take this dress to a party

-on behalf of your grandmother!

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-I study Theatre Design

-at Nottingham Trent.

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-It's a creative subject.

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-Costume design

-is one of my strong points.

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-Theatre costumes

-must be big and dramatic.

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-The audience

-must be able to see everything.

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-Small, pretty details are pointless.

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-The opposite of the dresses

-you wear every day!

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-Yes, it's the opposite of my taste!

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-I go for simple, pretty things you'd

-never wear on the theatre stage.

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-This is

-a theatrical-looking garment.

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-This is the dress I made

-during my Art Foundation course.

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-I took Blodeuwedd as my theme.

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-I screen-printed trees

-along the bottom of the dress.

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-I needed another layer, so

-I borrowed my grandad's waistcoat...

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-..and I printed

-a picture of tree on it.

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-Your grandfather and I

-dress similarly!

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-I can't help but notice

-this lovely pink skirt.

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-Your room is pink, your wardrobe

-is pink and this skirt is pink too!

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-We had to design a garment

-as part of our GCSE course.

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-I decided to make this tutu

-because it's fun...

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-..and I wanted to work with net.

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-I used a couple of layers of net.

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-It must be hard work to create

-something with this many layers.

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-It's quite thick but I managed

-to sew it in the end.

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-You'll never get rid of this.

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-How do you see your style developing

-as you get older?

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-I can't see it developing at all!

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-I'll always buy nice little dresses

-and ignore jeans and trousers.

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-I don't think I'll change much.

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-Clothes give me confidence.

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-If I feel good about myself...

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-..I'm a better mother

-and a better wife.

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-I'm a better everything!

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-You have six children, you work

-full-time and you look fantastic.

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-You look too young

-to be a mother of six!

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-Thank you, Nia.

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-Have you always

-been interested in clothes?

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-Yes, I've always

-been interested in clothes.

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-I started to take an interest

-in myself after I had the children.

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-I started to take more of an

-interest in clothes and my image.

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-I didn't want to let myself go.

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-That's interesting.

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-Most people who start a family...

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-..find they have less time

-to spend on themselves.

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-You must have made a huge effort.

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-Yes, I did. You're quite right.

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-It was important for me to feel good

-when I was with the children.

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-I wanted to feel good about myself.

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-Having children changed me.

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-How much of a say does Dewi, your

-husband, have in the way you look?

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-When Dewi first saw me...

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-..he wasn't very impressed

-with the way I dressed!

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-He said to himself,

-"She's got a pretty face.

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-"I can do something

-about the clothes!"

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-He tried to change me, Nia,

-and it helped me.

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-He thought I was old-fashioned.

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-You married him regardless!

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-You married him regardless!

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-Yes. What a fool!

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-This is a leopard print dress.

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-I wear this when I want to feel

-like me, like Linda...

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-..not simply someone's mother.

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-I'd wear it

-on a weekend away with Dewi.

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-I like the fabric

-and I love the figure-hugging style.

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-There are no big slits in it,

-so it's a nice dress.

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-I look forward to wearing it soon.

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-I love an excuse to dress up.

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-Do your daughters

-have an opinion about what you wear?

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-They tell me if I wear

-something that's wrong for me.

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-I have a pair of check trousers

-which they hate!

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-When I wear them, they say...

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-.."Mum, don't wear

-those farmer trousers to school.

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-"Anywhere else but not to school!"

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-Do you wear them?

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-Do you wear them?

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-Yes - I ignore them!

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-How important is it for you

-to be smartly dressed...

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-..when you're conducting a choir?

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-It's very important.

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-I buy something really nice

-to wear at the Eisteddfod each year.

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-The Eisteddfod

-is very important to me.

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-I go to Manchester

-to find something nice.

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-Is it superstition?

-Is it linked to luck?

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-No, it gives me self-confidence

-and I feel good.

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-My pupils like to stand there

-and see Mrs Morus dressed nicely.

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-They enjoy it, too.

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-My clothes budget varies

-according to the occasion.

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-I bought this

-for this year's Eisteddfod.

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-I wore it with these shoes.

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-They were

-a big hit with the children!

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-Weren't you scared of falling?

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-No, the platform

-makes them comfortable.

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-I thought it was a brave choice!

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-Are designer labels

-important to you?

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-Not at all.

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-I love this dress, for example.

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-I paid

-something like 10 for this one.

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-I really love to wear this dress.

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-It depends on the occasion.

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-Are you aware

-of the attention you get?

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-Yes and I love it!

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-I really enjoy wearing

-figure-hugging dresses to go out.

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-Why not?

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-Tell me about your make-up.

-You like make-up, don't you?

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-I know I wear too much make-up

-but I love it!

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-I'll never leave the house

-without make-up.

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-When I'm swimming, I hold my head

-above the water to save my lipstick!

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-That's me

-and I won't change for anyone.

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-There's a lot of pressure on women,

-more so than men, to stay young.

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-There's pressure

-to get rid of wrinkles.

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-Yes but I have no money

-for things like Botox!

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-Women are undeniably under pressure.

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-Women are undeniably under pressure.

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-Yes, that's definitely true.

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-It's hard when you have a job

-where people look at you every day.

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-I stand in front of a class

-and in front of choirs.

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-I don't mind, as long as

-I feel happy in my clothes.

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-I'm 45 and I'm edging closer

-to the big five-oh!

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-I may be panicking a little!

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-It hit me like a brick

-when I was 40.

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-It was a terrible feeling.

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-I now have a greater awareness

-of clothes and of myself...

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-..than I had in my 20s and 30s.

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-What about

-when you reach your 50th birthday?

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-I'll be terrible! Don't mention it.

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-You'll throw a big party

-and wear a new dress.

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-No, I'm really dreading being 50.

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-Will you change your look again?

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-Yes, I'll have to change my look

-when I'm 50.

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-I'll definitely be in the suits

-and the linen jackets.

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-I'll have to make the most of now.

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Dillad kitsch perchennog salon gwallt Dion Padan yn Lerpwl, ffrogiau hafaidd Fflur Edwards a steil greddfol glam Linda Morus. Kitsch clothes, innate glamour and a host of summer dresses.