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Dear Nana B One wonders if one would be so terribly kind as to lend assistance to a rather trifling matter that seems to have arisen with ones wardrobe. Ones favourite brown corduroy flares are starting to become rather faded and thread bare, especially in ones undercarriage region. Now dearest, I’m not one for discarding a jolly good pair of slacks in place of a new pair when there isn’t much need, but one fears that the collapsing of ones undercarriage could lead to some awfully embarrassing situations. Could you possibly offer some advice at your earliest please? Richard Cashman, London

Believe it or not this is an age-old problem dating back to the days of ‘Billy the Kid’ and ‘Butch Cassidy’. My advice for you kind Sir is to look back to the cowboys for inspiration. Find yourself an old garment and create your very own patch-work chaps, just like the cowboys did back in the day! If you’re not the best with a needle and cotton head down to your local haberdashery and they’ll patch that crotch up for as cheap as chips! Your undercarriage region is a very delicate place and can never have too much protection so proceed with haste kid, time is a wasting! Nana B x

Dear Nana B As a man people say I’m not allowed to wear ‘jeggings’ but I wear them in secret. My question is will people accept me if i stroll into town wearing my beloved jeggings? Jon James, Exeter Well Poppet I think jeggings are brilliant. They’re triple As - affordable, adaptable and certainly acceptable! If Russell Brand can wear leggings and David Beckham can wear skirts, you my little flower pot can wear jeggings! Throw on a long baggy kaftan and lots of pretty necklaces to complete the look - think ‘hippy-glam rocker’ my darling little bud! Nana B x

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