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@StephieGurl Santa Fe is on the list as a top city for LGBTQ+ friendly and believe they lived up to the reputation as we were treated with total respect. @Bri2020we had a blast, this is the first vacation that truly enjoyed and finally being me not the fake guy.

 

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This my shortest dress or skirt, and I am going to wear it to get my mail at my place. I am at my gfs and her friend a fundamentalist Christian will takeIMG_20220915_135358.thumb.jpg.c87ad6af964a83ec87e954c318c4774f.jpg me to my place to get the mail.

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7 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

You two you like you are having a great time @Billie75B

 

Yesterday I picked up this formal dress from someone in the neighborhood. I say "someone" because I don't actually know her. However, there is a project called "buy nothing" that is set up as hyper local on facebook.  The deal is someone organizes a group for the small area you live in and instead of blinding donating or throwing things away, you post it in the group and see if a neighbor needs it.  You see everything from a pack of sodas that someone bought but didn't realize it's the kind no one in the house will drink all the way to major furniture.  Anyways, sometimes a gem like this comes along. I think this will be a xmas party dress this year.  

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Wow that really is a nice find! Looks great!

 

Today I went for the first time to get my makeup done. When I came home a parcel waited so I did jump in. Need to practice tucking but I'm really happy with the style 😊

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36 minutes ago, Maddee said:

Trying on stuff at goodwillC786F918-7470-4B01-AD7E-666A162F5BAC.thumb.jpeg.a44c041784d2b633ed7120b5919ae24e.jpeg7A1CC299-73F4-4D41-9A37-DBE4190D96B4.thumb.jpeg.59387e1e3d74e57db980a1faa6960920.jpeg

Nice , I like the patterned dress 👗 

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1 hour ago, Maddee said:

Trying on stuff at goodwillC786F918-7470-4B01-AD7E-666A162F5BAC.thumb.jpeg.a44c041784d2b633ed7120b5919ae24e.jpeg7A1CC299-73F4-4D41-9A37-DBE4190D96B4.thumb.jpeg.59387e1e3d74e57db980a1faa6960920.jpeg

Lookin' good!

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@Cyndee

@Marcie Jensen

Thank you beautiful ladies😊

 

Didn’t buy anything.

it will be some time before the mid swelling goes away and I know for sure what size I am.  🌈🌈

 

Let’s talk about dresses!

Fitting into them.   

Iif they look good around the waist and hips they are  so often too tight to close around the shoulders hey??

 

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1 hour ago, Maddee said:

they are  so often too tight to close around the shoulders hey??

Yeah, this happens.  I suppose it's one reason (or the reason) I try to go a size larger than I'm supposed to need.  Sleeves can be too tight as well.

Some websites have sizing charts that you can use to get an idea what you can get away with.

But for me, shoes are just impossible to find.

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16 hours ago, Maddee said:

Let’s talk about dresses!

Fitting into them.   

Iif they look good around the waist and hips they are  so often too tight to close around the shoulders hey??

 

Too true. @Ivymakes some excellent points. FOr me, it's worse with blazers and jackets--I have to go up a couple of sizes, and shoes are nearly impossible to find in my size. (I wear a size 14 in women's shoes.) 

Torrid is a good source for dresses, especially for us bigger girls, as are SHEIN and ROSWE if you shop online.

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Finding a dress that fits perfect is next to impossible. Loved the black one Maddee.

 

The past two days I have been living in a bathing suit since I got a new paddleboard. We have gorgeous weather in the forecast all the way to my surgery date so I plan on avoiding covid by staying on the water.  

This is a new bikini top with an old skirt suit bottom. first pic was from last evening, the second is me just sunbathing on the board in the middle of the lake this morning.

Tomorrow will be a different lake for a sunrise paddle. Plan on getting out in the twilight just before dawn and doing a morning sunrise salutation  

 

 

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Since I graduated from medical to regular bras I though I wear one of my signature outfits for the day with my favorite black knee high boots.

 

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48 minutes ago, Elizabeth Star said:

one of my signature outfits for the day with my favorite black knee high boots.

Not what I'd wear to the Food Lion, but I can dig it.

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12 hours ago, Elizabeth Star said:

Since I graduated from medical to regular bras I though I wear one of my signature outfits for the day with my favorite black knee high boots.

 

Looking fantastic Liz!

 

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Liz, congrats on "graduating" to a normal bra. The boobs look great.  

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Cool weather today, so tried a new (for me) look. Glad to be wearing leggings again. Never expected to have such an affinity for them.

 

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Wearing the closest thing I have to purple, dress-wise....

(School colours 💖)

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I attended a masquerade fund raiser last night so this is me trying to dress up.

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8 hours ago, Elizabeth Star said:

attended a masquerade fund raiser last night so this is me trying to dress up.

 

You appear to have successfully dressed up. Not your usual, but you look great!

 

Hugs!

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Sorry no pic, but I wore my plaid pink wool long skirt with a black shirt and hat. I was in booties too. I believe this is the first time I wore it out. I probably bought it last fall.  My partner and I both like the way it looks.

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12 hours ago, Elizabeth Star said:

I attended a masquerade fund raiser last night so this is me trying to dress up.

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Wow. Yes, dressed up!
I like the layery look and the sleeve.

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My fashion benefactor dropped off a load of jumpers and dresses that the rich lady she house sits for was giving away. Almost all still had tags on them and none less that $100. I would totally judge her rampant materialism more if I didn't benefits so much from her wanton consumerism. lol. I didn't have the energy to try them all on but here is a few. You do not want to see what I am actually wearing most of the day with all of the post op swelling I am having. lol

 

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