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3 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

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I was actually thinking something along those lines, but I'm nervous. Stupid COVID. I used to be able to try things on in the store, now I have to guess and it's damaging my calm. 😉

 

Hugs!

Talk with a hairstylist about "if I had hair, what would be a great short look for a wig"?  

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@Niamhthat's an amazing look!

 

As promised I wore the new "jeans dress/tunic" I found at the designer consignment place yesterday in the $10 sale.  It's a Michael Kors !  My wife already stole my athleta top SMH. Her response was this is why I'm so happy you transitioned. lol. With her permission I added her to this post to show you what I hope someday to wear myself haha.

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7 hours ago, MisterJax said:

My new jeans with my old scarf. How is everyone?

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That's a pretty bad ass rocker look!  

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2 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

Talk with a hairstylist about "if I had hair, what would be a great short look for a wig"?  

 

Oh, that's a good idea. I can bug Roseanne! Thanks!

 

Hugs!

 

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1 hour ago, Bri2020 said:

That's a pretty bad ass rocker look!  

Kind of looks like Janis Joplin.👍

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8 hours ago, MisterJax said:

My new jeans with my old scarf. How is everyone?

I'm doing very well, thank you, albeit a bit cold atm. lol

Your jeans and scarf are working out well together. Love the outfit!

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Elizabeth Star

I'm still in my pj's. It's 5pm and there's no point in changing.

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1 hour ago, ElizabethStar said:

I'm still in my pj's. It's 5pm and there's no point in changing.

 

I've had days like that. I've also had days when the only reason I got dressed is because I needed to wash my pjs. Today is my one hoodie and a pair of boot-cut jeans. I haven't showered since Thursday and I feel gross. Definitely showering before bed tonight.

 

Hugs! 

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3 hours ago, Jackie C. said:
3 hours ago, ElizabethStar said:

I'm still in my pj's. It's 5pm and there's no point in changing.

 

I've had days like that. I've also had days when the only reason I got dressed is because I needed to wash my pjs. Today is my one hoodie and a pair of boot-cut jeans. I haven't showered since Thursday and I feel gross. Definitely showering before bed tonight.

This is been a lot like my covid life. 

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Linda Marie

I'm dressed as I feel, smile on my face, 

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MisterJax
14 hours ago, Drayse said:

I'm doing very well, thank you, albeit a bit cold atm. lol

Your jeans and scarf are working out well together. Love the outfit!

Thank you! Try to stay warm

 

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LusciousTheLock

I can honestly say I've never had a PJ day haha. I have Border-Collies requiring six walks a day, the first at 4:30 in the morning. I'm so paranoid about beard growth, so its full makeup or nothing. I will admit to not bothering today, just pulling on some man-clothes and kept my hood up, ignoring the world.

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1 hour ago, LusciousTheLock said:

I can honestly say I've never had a PJ day haha. I have Border-Collies requiring six walks a day, the first at 4:30 in the morning. I'm so paranoid about beard growth, so its full makeup or nothing. I will admit to not bothering today, just pulling on some man-clothes and kept my hood up, ignoring the world.

I have an aussie and he is HIGH ENERGY. 20190911_130831.thumb.jpg.8a3ca597ee4a961f3599eab1920cee5f.jpg

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Teri Anne

Love the look Jax.

The jeans are interesting could you post a close up of them?

 

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Well here goes. Joining in on the fun.

This is the outfit i wore on Saturday to the concert we went too.

i didn't feel out of place for the first time ever.

Hugs Robin

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You look great, Robin. I'm jealous that you have some nice boots to go with your outfit too. 😊

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Robin.C
6 hours ago, Drayse said:

You look great, Robin. I'm jealous that you have some nice boots to go with your outfit too. 😊

Drayse, they were secondhand Ebay specials. I did have to redo the heels as they were worn out. A bit of glue and some heel rubber off ebay and they are all good. I think in the end they cost me $45 Aussie dollars.

Since I know nothing about womens fashion brands is Vince Camuto any good ?

They feel great and I loved the fact I didn't have to go through the pain of wearing them in ... LOL

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Elizabeth Star

What are some thoughts about nylons and pantyhose? I have a couple of short skirt outfit ideas in my head and want to wear something nicer than leggings underneath.

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Bri2020
4 hours ago, Robin.C said:

Drayse, they were secondhand Ebay specials. I did have to redo the heels as they were worn out. A bit of glue and some heel rubber off ebay and they are all good. I think in the end they cost me $45 Aussie dollars.

Since I know nothing about womens fashion brands is Vince Camuto any good ?

They feel great and I loved the fact I didn't have to go through the pain of wearing them in ... LOL

I would totally wear that outfit Robin. You look great. I need to jump into the bracelet game. I love yours.  I've borroed some jewelry from my wife since she loves my tastes and gets to steal mine too but none of her bracelets go over my hand/wrists.  I'm on my own there I guess.  Your Camuto boots are considered a good brand. Not an elite brand but when you find them new in reputable stores they sell for around $125-$150 American $. Once they are a year removed you can find them in the outlet stores for $70s US so $90 Aus.  Great find!  I also love the way your sleeves gather on that top.  Well done, I hope we see more of your fashion on this thread 

 

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Bri2020
1 hour ago, ElizabethStar said:

What are some thoughts about nylons and pantyhose? I have a couple of short skirt outfit ideas in my head and want to wear something nicer than leggings underneath.

Absolutely need them in your wardrobe.  I have basic nude and a pair of black that have a little pattern.  I wear control top to help with my belly. Side note, they help keep things in place with tucking without using gaffs. Treat them well and they last a reasonable time. They will inspire you to maintain uncaloused heels   lol

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1 hour ago, ElizabethStar said:

What are some thoughts about nylons and pantyhose? I have a couple of short skirt outfit ideas in my head and want to wear something nicer than leggings underneath.

 

 

Do it Liz. I wager you would rock a little skirt and pantyhose. Maybe some nice heels to complete the image.

 

I do have one reservation. When you say short. How short do you mean? Remember the saying Short enough to be a woman but long enough to be a lady does spring to mind.

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Bri2020
1 hour ago, Maid In Bedlam said:

 

Remember the saying Short enough to be a woman but long enough to be a lady does spring to mind.

One of my wife's biggest concerns when I started getting a woman's wardrobe was "age appropriate". lol. Her spouse support group kept telling her '"Be prepared for her to make teanager clothing choices"   I guess the tendency is since we are newer to the clothing scene and have suppressed ourselves for so long we tend to go "hyperfeminine".  

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Elizabeth Star
1 hour ago, Maid In Bedlam said:

I do have one reservation. When you say short. How short do you mean? Remember the saying Short enough to be a woman but long enough to be a lady does spring to mind.

That's a very good question. It would be mostly with a mid-skirt that hangs about mid-calf. The one I'm wearing a few pages back. I'd like to wear it with booties. I have a pleated mini that hangs about mid-thigh. Realistically, it might be too short for me (I still have something to hid) and last, two t-shirt skirts. I also see some dresses in my future so who knows. Actually, I lied, I have a dress, hanging in my closet. I was given to me, it's a little on the classy side so I don't know when I'd wear it.

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