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As my post about swimwear got some interesting comments, I though how about your favorite out fits/s. I know one of mine is my blue poodle skirt outfit, I  get a lot of very positive comments when I wear it.  OK so I live in the past, as I do a lot of historical reenactments from the 1800's (love civil war dresses) onwards.

Must post more about me sometime.


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I have never worn one of those old dresses, either civil war (US) or Victorian, but I love the styles. As you do re-enactments, you may know there are people about who make the old dresses. I do a bit of sewing but it would be a major project for me. Something I would love to do though :) 

My favourite is a short tartan skirt I have. It has a bit of weight so hangs nicely. It works well at this time of year!

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I don't have any one favorite piece of clothing or look.  I do try to dress nicely and tend to buy things that are made well and last.  If it doesn't fit well, I will tailor it because I strongly dislike ill fitting clothes.  I'm not into fad type clothing that goes out of fashion quickly as it's a waste of money.


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