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Ann W

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Working at home today (I always work at home - COVID or no COVID!). Hoping this displays as first time I've tried posting photo in a thread here. 

 

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Nothing that sounds as fun as @Petra Jane do we get to see Mrs Christmas? but I have my counselling after lunch today and even though it is a phone call and not a video call. the last few times I have decided to try to make a point to be myself at it. One of the things I am looking forward to is building an actual every day wardrobe when I can go shopping with my friends as DeeDee. (also sorry, I used my daughters mirror for the light but it needs a good clean!)

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You ladies are so beautiful.  @Niamh that's a great picture...the room is part of your outfit.  Same goes for @Emily michelle, love the outfit and the bathroom.

 

Super cute @DeeDee...your smile makes it so!

 

Speaking of smiles @Jackie C., I especially like the leggings.  A fashion youtuber I was watching pointed out that you can layer pantyhose and leggings to be warmer than pants.

 

I dream of chunkier thighs @ElizabethStar...like those boots, and @Sally Stone, I kinda knew I could count on you to look fabulous.  I had a shopping day too.  Shockingly, I spent $63.00 at Goodwill...but I got 17 items!  So now I'm getting dressed up just work here all alone.

 

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6 hours ago, DeeDee said:

do we get to see Mrs Christmas?

Slightly early, but here you go!

 

 

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:applause::applause::applause:I would have been happy to wait, but can I say that it was well worth the effort to get the right shot Petra, you look fantastic! ?And very in keeping with 2020 too.

 

@Niamh you must have posted at almost the same time as me today, but that is a great picture - you do look lovely.

 

Aww, thanks @Ann W, you are very sweet, and $3-$4 per item seems pretty reasonable compared to some of the prices I've seen things go for in the equivalent charity shops over here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, Ann W said:

Shockingly, I spent $63.00 at Goodwill...but I got 17 items! 

That is so easy to do!  Especially when you can find so many nice things!  

 

Nice photo Petra.

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Now Petra has put me in the mood.  Great card!

 

Hugs,

 

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Wow. Everyone looks great. Being I am not going out today. I am in my raspberry short sleep set. However I did change into T shirt for my appointment.

 

@Petra JaneYou got Christmas 2020 down girl. Mask and all.

 

Hugs to all.

 

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It's a lovely card Petra Jane. It's making me think. Yesterday I prepared some blank cards for painting up as Christmas cards. Our art group has a 'secret santa' in which we each send a hand painted or drawn card to another member. I am not sure if it will be on this year as we are not meeting due to lockdown at the moment but I am going ahead with making some. A self portrait may be interesting :)

 

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Today I thinking jegging, hoodie (with ruching on the sides) and faux sued ankle boots. Sometimes my outfits look better in my head than the mirror so it may change.

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Just my go-to cold weather stay-home outfit.  Long skirt, thick sweater.

Someone gave me some of the fabric they make sweatshirts from.  I used my very modest sewing skills to make a couple of heavy petticoats that work pretty well at adding a warm layer.

(takes a long time to get this old house warmed up in the morning)

 

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Hei alle sammen 

at the moment, I am in some old, comfortable, mismatched jammies as I work on my novel. But later, I will shower and put on a dress, drive over to Jitter Bean for a 16 oz double red eye, come home and spend an hour and a half with my campus trans support group and then put in a couple more hours of writing. 
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On 11/20/2020 at 2:14 AM, ElizabethStar said:

Sometimes my outfits look better in my head than the mirror so it may change.

Right?

You know those scenes in movies were the woman tries on a bunch of outfits in the mirror before going out?  I sooo get that now.

 

In fact, I have nowhere to go, but it's Saturday night, I've been shopping and I feel like getting fancy.

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1 hour ago, Ann W said:

You know those scenes in movies were the woman tries on a bunch of outfits in the mirror before going out?  I sooo get that now.

Exactly right. I tried on 3 different outfits today, just to get groceries. Then when I was at the store I regretted my decision. Now I know why cis-women ask their partner if they look OK....every 7 minutes.

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It was cold and rainy here in Indy, so after an early afternoon visit to Planet Fitness I showered, shaved, and lotioned my body. Then I put on spandex tights, and eventually a warm oversized hoodie. 

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The green goes really well with your hair @ElizabethStar  

I am in leggings and a green tee today and the only difference between today and yesterday afternoon is that the tracksuit bottoms are only around just in case I need to speak to the postie in a hurry. 

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You ladies all look absolutely fabulous.

 

Today I am wearing the luxury edition of head to toe dark navy blue provided by Garda CL. With fashionably heavy accessories by Bulletsafe and Galls. Lol

 

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