Aertex


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a trademark for a loosely woven cotton fabric that is used to make shirts and underwear

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Philip Armstrong, who, with his partner, Tony Burke, dressed WAGS including Coleen, Danielle Lloyd and Charlie Adam's girlfriend, Sophie-Leigh Anderson, said: "Coleen is a massive supporter of our brand and she chose a fullcircle skirt dress made out of aertex fabric from our spring and summer 2012 collection.
We all had satchels in those days and kit bags containing in my case a crumpled Aertex shirt, a pair of shorts and a hockey stick.
That was over 50 years ago at my co-educational grammar school when I couldn't help notice that a girl in 4C looked startlingly attractive in those knickers and white Aertex blouse as she tried to hit a tennis ball on the courts just outside the music room.
Itook off my Aertex vest and pink mohair earmuffs and strode towards the stone buildings that flank the course.
Topshop has a range of Aertex clothing to choose from or go to Next for the zip neck mesh hooded top at pounds 14.
Sporting white and pink aertex shirts with the Wimbledon logo and a fluorescent tennis ball on the zip, the corresponding sleeves will keep Lanson Black Label Brut NV, France (PS33.
Now I'm older, I'm somewhat more agile, but I'm about as graceful as the Aertex shirt and nylon shorts of schooldays
Superman wears sleek red briefs over his blue tights, whereas Major would wear Marks and Sparks Aertex Y-fronts over a dark grey suit.
Suitable for ages two-12 years (two-four years, pounds 20, five-12, pounds 22) it's in good old fashioned Aertex in yellow or a toffee colour.
Like most of the girls at my school, I used to loathe being made to put on Aertex blouses and mini-skirts and run round a hockey pitch on a freezing winter day.
Diana reveals a spiteful side to her tongue when she says: "He had ghastly aertex pyjamas that were simply hideous, so I bought him a silk pair.
In the 1930s female players would have worn knee-length pleated shorts, Aertex blouses and pumps
Why can't female police officers be offered a summer dress, or vicars an Aertex cassock?
Pretty materials are the traditional fabrics of childhood; the ginghams, the cotton lawns, the Aertex in pastel colours and the broderie anglaise.
Was it a white pleated skirt and Aertex top which you eventually grew into, or did you have to make do with your sister's hand-me-down tennis dress?