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Ann W

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I keep finding myself all dressed up with no place to go, so I thought I'd start a thread to show off whatever outfit or fashion piece people are feeling good about and want to share.  I'll go first...

 

(somebody tell that lady to act her age) ?

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3 hours ago, Ann W said:

(somebody tell that lady to act her age)

 

Why? You look great. Personally, I'm wearing my warm, fluffy pajamas because it's 5:30am and I have nowhere to be today.

 

Hugs!

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8 hours ago, Ann W said:

(somebody tell that lady to act her age)

 

No one thinks I could ever get to be my age so I don't have to act it.  Enjoy wearing what you want to!!  I just have on a knit pullover and flannel lounge pants. 

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That's pretty stylish Ann.

I have my "Holly Hobbie" skirt and a nice thick sweater.  I've been too lazy to light a fire.

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White high collard blouse and a dark grey pant suit, just got back from church.The rest of the day well it's getting cold out maybe just my flannel pj's and my robe

 

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Should have called this one "Pajama Party".  After all, it is a beautiful autumn Sunday.

I admit, I did my crack-of-dawn grocery shopping, and now I'm back in bed in my most comfy sleeping outfit.  (it's still cute though)

I do think I'm going to keep getting dressed up for teletherapy, so that's at least one outfit per week to figure out.

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I managed to get dressed and out for some shopping. I went pretty basic. It's cold, windy and a little rainy today. My thighs seem a little chunkier than I remember.

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T-shirt  (loose and billowy), socks and yoga pants. I am NOT venturing out today unless the house catches fire - I have a looming exhibition deadline for a piece of artwork that I have not even started.

Paint me frantic!

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Wasn’t feeling the greatest today so I needed up going rather goth/witch with a basic black tshirt and black skirt. And the one time I did go to the store today even my mask was black. 

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Brilliant thread...we sure have some beautiful ladies with great taste roaming around this place. Wow!

 

Thanks for sharing,

Susan R?

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Now we're talking!  You all look so great.  I even like hearing the descriptions without pictures.  I had my outfit all picked out for therapy today, but then I went shopping at Goodwill, so we'll see.

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Today my spouse told me that this outfit didn't, well fit. So I got a new look.

 

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OK, so my eyes are closed. It's still a good look for me. ?

 

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She was correct.  For one, the colors are all wrong!   And the slippers don't go with the top.

 

Just my $0.03

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4 hours ago, Aidan5 said:

As per usual I am wearing a hoodie with shorts. Maybe someone should teach me something about fashion...

 

You're a dude. I think you're on point unless you're dressing up for something. Maybe too cold for shorts (it is here, It was too cold for my leggings if I was going to be outside). You're fine.

 

4 hours ago, Jani said:

She was correct.  For one, the colors are all wrong!   And the slippers don't go with the top.

 

Just my $0.03

 

Madness! That color combo works fine. The other one (we bought two) might have worked a little better (it's more of a dark lavender), but this one got worn and I didn't want to wash them both this week. I agree about the slippers but it's cold. I put on my ankle boots before I left the house.

 

4 hours ago, Aidan5 said:

@Jackie C. I think your smile makes the fit work :)) 

 

 

Aww, thanks sweetie!

 

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PJs. I rarely have to leave my house these days. I don't like going in public anyway and now with pandemic, I don't need an excuse to just stay at home. I love being nice and comfy at home, so I am almost always in my PJs.

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@Aidan5 is on the money @Jackie C.. That smile is seriously awesome.

 

Aidan, I don't know if you are serious about diversifying your outfits, but if you are just swap your shorts for jeans and get some geeky t-shirts (relating to your real quirks) and you are all set. I just got a couple long sleeve t-shirts from redbubble I can't wait to wear. I love it when my t-shirts reflect my geekiness.

 

Today I'm working from home, so just black sweats and grey fleece. What can I say, I'm cold.

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I get advice from my spouse too @Jackie C.. It's not always welcome but at least she makes me think about not wearing my skirts to short lol.

 

I too am in PJ's at the moment @Mickey. It can sometimes be mid morning before I make a move and get dressed.

 

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I'm getting my Christmas Card ready, so have been wearing my Mrs Christmas outfit and taking dozens of photo's until I get the right one for the virtual card sorted!

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