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Jackie C.

Nice! Though personally, I like to show off my arms. I was looking at that outfit and thinking, "Goddess, she's going to freeze!" then I remembered you're in Virginia. Though we're actually having a "warm" day today. The high is 25.

 

I like those colors. My spouse wears that combination a lot.

 

Now you've got me thinking I need a couple of camis in my wardrobe...

 

Hugs!

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1 hour ago, Jackie C. said:

Now you've got me thinking I need a couple of camis in my wardrobe...

 

I'm such a bad influence on you! lol. Probably good we're not neighbors or we would always be shopping.

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1 hour ago, Jackie C. said:

 I was looking at that outfit and thinking, "Goddess, she's going to freeze!" then I remembered you're in Virginia.

there is a space heater right next to me. lol

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6 hours ago, ElizabethStar said:

I tried to dress up a little bit more than usual today without going hyper-feminine

It looks very professional and what one might wear to a dinner event.

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2 hours ago, Drayse said:

It looks very professional and what one might wear to a dinner event.

Thank you. I’ll keep that in mind. 
 

5 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

 

Now you've got me thinking I need a couple of camis in my wardrobe...

You can never have enough camis especially if your not afraid to show your shoulders. 

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Elizabeth Star

Feeling really cute today. Don’t tell my wife, I borrowed her jacket. 

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1 hour ago, ElizabethStar said:

Feeling really cute today. Don’t tell my wife, I borrowed her jacket. 

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I love that. Can... can I borrow your wife's jacket?

 

Hugs!

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3 hours ago, ElizabethStar said:

Feeling really cute today. Don’t tell my wife, I borrowed her jacket. 

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You look adorable! I love that jacket on you. And what did  you do to your eyes? Wow! Gorgeous! You must have the biggest grin behind that mask!

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3 hours ago, ElizabethStar said:

Feeling really cute today. Don’t tell my wife, I borrowed her jacket. 

That jacket looks super cute on you too. And I love the eyeliner, it looks like waterline, it makes your eyes look smokey.

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Elizabeth Star

The eyeliner is Lorreal infallible long wear pencil in gray. I bought it on a whim a few weeks ago. The color is very intense and it lasts all day even with the occasional eye rub. Even though the casing is plastic it’s pretty easy to sharpen. 

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On 2/12/2021 at 9:41 AM, ElizabethStar said:

I tried to dress up a little bit more than usual today without going hyper-feminine. 

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Nice skirt!

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13 hours ago, ElizabethStar said:

Feeling really cute today. Don’t tell my wife, I borrowed her jacket.

I absolutely love this jacket. I won’t mention it to your wife but I get to borrow it next! 😉 Seriously though, I’m not sure if I’d look good in it but you sure do. I hope your wife doesn’t see you in it...she might get a little jealous!

 

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I didn't take any selfies yesterday, but wanted to share my outfit choice just the same.  The high temperature was 22 degrees Fahrenheit, so I decided to wear tights again. They were my dense black ones and I paired them with black lace up booties, a red skirt and a powder blue, button-down cardigan. Had to wear my heavy coat while I was out doing errands.  Went to the bookstore, got coffee at Starbucks, grabbed a box of wine and my last errand was a stop at the local florist to get flowers for my wife for Valentines Day.  I wasn't about to let the cold put a damper on my day.

 

Oh, and yesterday I wore black, coffin shaped nails.  I didn't think I'd be fond of black nails not being much into the goth scene, but they actually looked awesome and I got two separate positive comments, so obviously others liked them as well. 

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I don't often comment on what I dress in male mode - but this is probably as valid as when I am Niamh given that I consider myself to be genderfluid. Anyway - even when I am in male mode, I'm never fully presenting as male. My body hair is not there (maybe a few slip through but get picked up in a day or so). I haven't worn male underpants for 18 months - so today I'm wearing red lacy Brazillian style knickers (sorry - not showing those!), and because it's been below 5C I'm wearing tights. In this case patterned fishnet type tights, and because of the little air pockets they create underneath my trousers - my legs have been nice and cosy warm - far better than when I wear opaque or normal tights. On the top I'm in a T-shirt and a fairly unisex fleece. Outside I go in an orange winter weatherproof coat (which again is unisex in style).

 

My wife accepts that having removed nearly all the hair from my body I need tights on my legs to stay warm. She's not overly happy about it, but doesn't make it an issue if I'm outwardly presenting as male on the days we have agreed. I consider myself very lucky that we remain together and she even compliments me when I get my style right on Niamh days.

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I bought a couple more tights and leggings to wear around the house. I can’t believe how comfortable these are.

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Going out to do some shopping with the kids of mine staying with me this weekend. We're off to find some yellow nail polish so that we can finish doing the pan and nonbinary flag colours on my nonbinary kid's fingernails.

 

Happy Valentine's Day, btw.

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5 hours ago, AgnesBardsie said:

I bought a couple more tights and leggings to wear around the house. I can’t believe how comfortable these are.

I've got a couple of leggings, one that's for actual serious wear in public the other for costume. Have some panty hose, but tights are something that I don't have. They definitely look comfortable.

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My Valentines dinner outfit.  I'm very jealous of my wife's dress. lol. I like mine but it's challenging to get "cleavage" at this point which is what that dress kinda needs. lol My dress is a maxi that spits in the middle up to just above the knee so you have to be aware of how you sit. ;)😋

@DrayseI love that whole outfit!

@ElizabethStaryea, you might have to work out a sharing arrangement with your wife on that jacket, it looks great on you. It kinda makes me wish I still rode motorcycles ;)

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One of my employees was purging and gave me a few tops and yoga pants. I decided to wear one for work today. I like the way this one fits.

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3 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

My Valentines dinner outfit.  I'm very jealous of my wife's dress. lol. I like mine but it's challenging to get "cleavage" at this point which is what that dress kinda needs. lol My dress is a maxi that spits in the middle up to just above the knee so you have to be aware of how you sit.

Both you and your wife look wonderful. You are very lucky to have someone who is so supportive. I consider myself lucky that my wife is accepting and allows a degree of freedom to be Niamh for about half of the week (I know many wives are much less tolerant). It's lovely to see you being able to be romantic with your wife (that's a step too far for mine). 

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3 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

My Valentines dinner outfit.  I'm very jealous of my wife's dress. lol. I like mine but it's challenging to get "cleavage" at this point which is what that dress kinda needs. lol My dress is a maxi that spits in the middle up to just above the knee so you have to be aware of how you sit. ;)😋

@DrayseI love that whole outfit!

@ElizabethStaryea, you might have to work out a sharing arrangement with your wife on that jacket, it looks great on you. It kinda makes me wish I still rode motorcycles ;)

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Yo are an adorable couple! 

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1 hour ago, AgnesBardsie said:

You are an adorable couple! 

IKR?  lol

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1 hour ago, Niamh said:

Both you and your wife look wonderful. You are very lucky to have someone who is so supportive. I consider myself lucky that my wife is accepting and allows a degree of freedom to be Niamh for about half of the week (I know many wives are much less tolerant). It's lovely to see you being able to be romantic with your wife (that's a step too far for mine). 

I'm ridiculously lucky for that support and love. She is an amazing woman.  My son was in town and he helped prep dinner and took that photo for us. Then things devolved as more drinks were had and my wife had to prove she was better in heels than me and broke out some 5" heels to race around the table.  I had just run up and down the stairs in mine (2") and my son instigated the whole thing with his comment that he thought I had learned heels faster than my wife. hahaha. It was quite a show.

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