The Jacket is dead, long live the waistcoat

When our Swedish link Diocese were visiting on Friday someone was snapping photos whilst all the staff were coffee-ing together in the meeting room. I’ve just discovered this photo of me chatting with my opposite number from Växjö.
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This is an important photo as it’s the first media imprint of my new waistcoat!
For the last five years my jacket of choice has been one I picked up for £5 from Oxfam. I was very attached to this garment and wore it frequently, in ‘fact’ there is a 94% chance you’ve seen me in it (see previous guide to statistics). However I have been banned from wearing it as it has got a little on the scruffy side (actually a lot on the scruffy side) and was, I guess, potentially dangerous to wear approaching November 5th.
A trawl of the charity shops last week failed to elicit its spiritual successor, however for the princely sum of £3, this rather dapper waistcoat became mine.

9 Replies to “The Jacket is dead, long live the waistcoat”

  1. Yes and that High Street brand is making a takeover bid for some of your managers … I am seriously embarrassed as a share holder,I think I will write and complain.

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