Savvy Style – Princess Cool

It’s 1.22am, and here is the moment readers of Savvy Style – Bag a Princess! have all been waiting for. Put down the red carpet for a very important guest! Cameras at the ready …


Let me introduce you to our late arrival, held up by a wardrobe malfunction, on the eve of her engagement to the richest hunk on the planet …


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My, oh my – what a stunning dress, and legs (please note that the leggings, rather than the legs can be purchased from ‘Love Leggings’! The large hands are rather unfortunate, but one can’t have it all, can one?

And who cares about the hands, when the wearer just oozes style of sophistication?



And if, as I suspect, you have fallen in love with the dress, you can make one yourself with just two bin bags, and a couple of packs of coloured tissue paper from Bargain Buys!

Can’t be bothered?

That’s okay as well. Look no further – Jay Cool is on hand to make make a duplicate copy for you! Keeping in mind the cost of Jay Cool’s labour and originality, the price will be steep, but at £200 you can’t go wrong – it’s still half the price of Princess Beatrice’s engagement number and, once worn, you’ll never have to wear it again for the sake of the environment. It’s the perfect item for upcycling into a hold-it-all-in bin bag!

Not there yet? Need a little more convincing. Take this!


And this …




Still not sure? Probably for the best! These dresses are forecast to be so popular that they’ll all be sold out within the next half hour anyway. So she who prevaricates is lost!

And remember – you always have the option of the back-up plan …



Just be sure to use a needle and thread, rather than a stapler, unless, on your next outing, you are happy to have the stapler stuck fast to your gorgeous new dress!

Engagement sorted. All done and dusted. Just wait for the wedding dress!

Copyright owned by Jay Cool, 2nd September 2019


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Freelance writer and descendant of the cave dweller and outlaw, Humphrey Kynaston. Banished from Shropshire for my eccentricity, I have made my home in Suffolk. I write poetry, short stories, travel journals, comedy gig reviews and non-fiction articles. My wish is to write my way back into the heart of my birth land. All writing commissions (and free holidays in Shropshire!) considered.

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