SSPX advice on the sales


A notice that I saw in the porch of St Nicolas du Chardonnet (my translation):
The season of the sales is a good time to make sensible and economical purchases.

Ladies who, for praiseworthy motives of thrift, have kept skirts from their childhood, might profit from the sales to obtain, at a good price, clothes corresponding to their adult measurements.

In other words, the dress of majorettes is not welcome at Saint-Nicolas; which is not to say that they should dress as men ...

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