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Ann W

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25 minutes ago, Elizabeth Star said:

It’s my comfort color. 
 

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No comment on you in other colours, but you look stunning 💖

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Black leggings, cozy grey turtleneck sweater and black slippers with grey fuzzies.  What's it like working from home?  I have a slipper allowance.

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Today I'm going with skirt and blouse, and all the good stuff underneath. 

 

 

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Everyone looks great.

Still hibernating but the sun is out and snow is melting.

 

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11 hours ago, Maddee said:

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Very mystic and mysterious look.  

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Had to break out the corset  and give the girls a test run! Turned a lot of heads the other day!

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26 minutes ago, Emily Michele said:

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Had to break out the corset  and give the girls a test run! Turned a lot of heads the other day!

I bet!  The girls look great BTW.

I bought a similar red corset the other week but haven't been able to wear in public.  I figure this summer with a cropped jean or leather jacket. It's way too cold for that right now. lol

 

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Well did my makeup up today. Tried a couple new techniques that I need a lot more practice with. But all in all not to bad.

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Remember Justine less is more.

Nice bewbs Bri but you are such a show off LOLOL

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6 hours ago, Elizabeth Star said:

Borrowed a top out of my partner’s closet today. 

 

I don't think I like that on you. The sleeves are awesome, but the actual top is too boxy. Maybe if you wore it with a faux belt to accent your waist?

 

Hugs!

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2 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

 

I don't think I like that on you. The sleeves are awesome, but the actual top is too boxy. Maybe if you wore it with a faux belt to accent your waist?

 

Hugs!

I'm not sure about it either. It is, in general a nice top with the textures and sleeves but it doesn't "do" anything for you. It sure looks comfy though.  

On a side note- your hair looks great! Did you have it cut and colored by a pro? the color looks perfect for your face. 

 

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6 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

 

I don't think I like that on you. The sleeves are awesome, but the actual top is too boxy. Maybe if you wore it with a faux belt to accent your waist?

 

Hugs!

A belt..hmmm. That's a thought. I might need to go shopping.

3 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

I'm not sure about it either. It is, in general a nice top with the textures and sleeves but it doesn't "do" anything for you. It sure looks comfy though.  

On a side note- your hair looks great! Did you have it cut and colored by a pro? the color looks perfect for your face. 

 

It was comfy and warm. I haven't had anything done with my hair recently. I do have it done by a pro (she's also our friend) but it's actually just faded.

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Getting ready to go out to eat. Meeting my oldest boys best friend and his Mom. New top and pants. I added a small infinity necklace after I took this picture. I tried highlighting and contouring for practice but it didn’t turn out very well. Definitely need a lot more practice and maybe a better shadow palette to work from

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1 minute ago, JustineM said:

Getting ready to go out to eat. Meeting my oldest boys best friend and his Mom. New top and pants. I added a small infinity necklace after I took this picture. I tried highlighting and contouring for practice but it didn’t turn out very well. Definitely need a lot more practice and maybe a better shadow palette to work from

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You look lovely 

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3 hours ago, JustineM said:

Getting ready to go out to eat. Meeting my oldest boys best friend and his Mom. New top and pants. I added a small infinity necklace after I took this picture. I tried highlighting and contouring for practice but it didn’t turn out very well. Definitely need a lot more practice and maybe a better shadow palette to work from

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you have fabulous cheeks!

 

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16 minutes ago, Erica Gabriel said:

I got all gussied up just to go to Costco. 

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You look great Erica, 

 

Just tell us you’re going shopping 🛍 let our minds wonder, and ponder the shops you visit. Think of the big box department stores, as wonderful malls and boutiques, with a common cart to harvest your pampered needs. 
 

Shop on girl!👗👠👢👡👛🛍

 

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Well, the group I work with knows about my transition now...and it's not a problem.  That's a big relief, but the stage is no place to hide.  Now I have a whole new world of "how to dress for work" to figure out.  I kinda went with the kitchen sink approach last night.

btw...you're all looking wonderful, and happy...love that!  💗

 

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7 hours ago, Ann W said:

Well, the group I work with knows about my transition now...and it's not a problem.  That's a big relief, but the stage is no place to hide.  Now I have a whole new world of "how to dress for work" to figure out.  I kinda went with the kitchen sink approach last night.

btw...you're all looking wonderful, and happy...love that!  💗

 

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You look amazing! 🎸:angel:

 

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