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My hottie farmer pic

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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Looking good Charlize!  

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Off to do another open house today. At least this time it is one for sale vs rent.  Who knows, maybe I will make some money this weekend. haha.  Anyways, this is Tommy Bahamas shift dress I got at the outlet store for $40 or so. (marked down from $140)

Pairing it up with a gold rimmed turquoise sea shell pendant and naturalizer pumps.  I have to stuff a little tissue paper in the toes to keep my feet from coming out.  I will start the day with some slip on loafers or something as I set up the showing then switch to the pumps to greet people.  I feel very much a "mature lady" in this outfit.  

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5 minutes ago, Bri2020 said:

Pairing it up with a gold rimmed turquoise sea shell pendant and naturalizer pumps.  I have to stuff a little tissue paper in the toes to keep my feet from coming out.  I will start the day with some slip on loafers or something as I set up the showing then switch to the pumps to greet people.  I feel very much a "mature lady" in this outfit.

 

Love it! I'd add a belt though to give your waist a little more definition, but that's me. 

 

Today I'm wearing... Pajamas. Staying in and being a slug today.

 

Hugs!

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I know my outfit is a little redundant but now I've included more pentagram 😉.

 

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On 6/18/2022 at 8:43 AM, Charlize said:

My hottie farmer pic

Looks great Charlize, I love the denim maxi dress.

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2 hours ago, Mmindy said:

Looks great Charlize, I love the denim maxi dress.

Agreed.

 

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Today my schedule allowed me to attend my weekly therapy session in person, rather than remotely. So I wore something I've had since we'll before my wife and I separated 14 months ago. What was really special was what happened when the session was over and I walked out of her (therapist, not wife) office. Another counselor, male, the therapist's trans daughter (office assistant), and the next client (whom I didn't even see, as she was around the corner behind me) all said, "Wow, she looks beautiful!" Coulda knocked me over with a feather. Knocked me off stride so that I forgot to ask the daughter if she would take my picture. There's usually no one else there, and I'll have her do that so that I can have a momento of the first time I wear a certain something. So here is my attempt at a self portrait.

 

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2 hours ago, Hannah Renee said:

Today my schedule allowed me to attend my weekly therapy session in person, rather than remotely. So I wore something I've had since we'll before my wife and I separated 14 months ago. What was really special was what happened when the session was over and I walked out of her (therapist, not wife) office. Another counselor, male, the therapist's trans daughter (office assistant), and the next client (whom I didn't even see, as she was around the corner behind me) all said, "Wow, she looks beautiful!" Coulda knocked me over with a feather. Knocked me off stride so that I forgot to ask the daughter if she would take my picture. There's usually no one else there, and I'll have her do that so that I can have a momento of the first time I wear a certain something. So here is my attempt at a self portrait.

 

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That looks really good on you.

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I wore one of my all black outfits today and also a change of venues, my back yard.

 

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1 hour ago, Elizabeth Star said:

That looks really good on you.

Thanks, Lizzy. And I'd love to be able to wear the styles you do, but I don't think I have the right figure. Yet.

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Nice @Elizabeth Star! That looks really good on you!

 

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Ready to go to the Waco transgender support meeting a couple of Saturdays ago

 

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1 hour ago, Billie75B said:

Ready to go to the Waco transgender support meeting a couple of Saturdays ago

 

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Love the T-shirt!!!

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An open button up, a long skirt, and a compression bra on display. 

Definitely one of my more "bold" outfits but I've been told I look like Steve Harrington from Stranger Things, so I like it.

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Not the usual "what are you wearing" post, but here it is, courtesy of my daughter. Something so simple, yet really brings out the woman. Can't stop staring.

 

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20 minutes ago, Hannah Renee said:

Not the usual "what are you wearing" post, but here it is, courtesy of my daughter. Something so simple, yet really brings out the woman. Can't stop staring.

I know the feeling!  Wherever I'm 'boy-mode' (virtually all the time) I take great solace in the fact that I have pretty painted toes and Sensual Amber body lotion on.

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I went out to lunch with a new friend today. Thought I would change things up a bit, but not too much.

 

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9 hours ago, Hannah Renee said:

Not the usual "what are you wearing" post, but here it is, courtesy of my daughter. Something so simple, yet really brings out the woman. Can't stop staring.

 

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I don't blame you for staring. BEAUTIFUL TOENAILS!!!

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Don't post much on here cause I mostly just wear the same kinda stuff most of the time.

I've been getting up early these days and walking a trail by the river.  I try to get down there around sunup.  There aren't many people down there that time of day - and it's still relatively cool.

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12 hours ago, Elizabeth Star said:

I went out to lunch with a new friend today. Thought I would change things up a bit, but not too much.

 

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I love the shirt!

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Good afternoon,

 

Everyone looks wonderful.

 

Best wishes, stay positive, and motivated.

 

Thank you for sharing your clothing ideas,

 

Mindy🐛🏳️‍⚧️🦋

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2 hours ago, Jaycie said:

First time posting this thread, I hope I look ok!! I bought this skirt for myself for my birthday last week and wanted to share how awesome and feminine skirts make a girl feel!!!

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You look amazing 💖

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