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Ann W

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Traditional garb of my people. T-shirt (black), long plaid flannel, jeans and fluffy socks. Also my new rivet belt because the old one disintegrated, as favorite belts do.

 

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6 hours ago, Niamh said:

Getting ready for some seasonal style working from home today

Very nice @NiamhJust because someone is working from home doesn't mean they shouldn't look good for the workplace. 

 

I on the other hand will be using the sick day excuse to justify my wearing of black knee-high compression socks, black leggings, and an oversized black hoodie. My footwear is a pair of Minnetoka Moosehide Moccasins. 

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Today, around the house, I'm wearing northern Minnesota pajama bottoms with a design of wolves, moose, rabbits, snowflakes, & pine trees (among other things) printed on them in shades of blue, brown, tan, & green along with a blue pullover cotton shirt and a blue hooded sweatshirt... also fleece-lined suede boots by Minnetonka Moccasins. But earlier when I took our dog out for his midday walk, as well as later, when I take him for his evening stroll, I was / will be wearing... what else... OVERALLS! ?

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Well, I didn't wear any black today. I wore a dark gray t-shirt with a doily pattern skull on it, blue flare jeans and gray Converse Madison Mid-tops. I've been trying to get away from the all black outfits but the little witch is putting up a pretty big fight.

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I... don't remember what color undies I'm wearing today. Navy maybe? I think after my shower I'll put on a pair of boy shorts in one of those air/sea rescue colors you can see from space.

 

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1 hour ago, Jandi said:

 

Well there's always black undies 

 

OK, I did wear one piece of black clothing. ?

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Multiple outfits today. I started out with a purple top and my favorite short skort, then changed into my team bike kit for a long training ride, then back into the previous outfit for walking the dog. The one constant between the too was my favorite purple padded sports bra.

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How I dressed for the laundry mat this morning.  This is me in boy mode by the way.  Less and less male clothes are making the cut these days.  It's all part of my diabolical plan to shape shift right under their noses.20201231_100754.thumb.jpg.15775ff4208f8ee198da67856275505d.jpg

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"Boy mode" or not, I see a woman in that picture. Maybe it's the hat.

 

I had a job interview today so I had a bout of, "Wait, what do women wear on job interviews?" panic. I ended up like this:

 

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Although I was wearing a bra when I was out. I ditched that about an hour ago.

 

Also I apparently showed up at the wrong location. Nobody had any idea I was coming. We had an interview anyway, but we couldn't piece together who called me. The return number was just corporate. Eh, they said they'd let me know Monday.

 

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Thanks! It's new. My spouse was panicking about, "Oh my Goddess! What do I buy her for Christmas?" Then she asked, "Do you want hair?"

 

Of COURSE I wanted hair.

 

I'm currently re-curling and washing one of my other wigs in the kitchen. Hopefully. I haven't tried this technique before but I'm going for a style like I'm wearing in the picture and closer to what it started like in my avatar.

 

The interview was at 10:30am, so about six hours ago. We had fun and they said maybe at the even more remote location. They apparently need help there. I'll know more on Monday.

 

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A short jump to girl mode.  Looks like dinner and a movie again.  I may be alone...but I'm verrry comfortable.

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!  ?

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17 hours ago, Ann W said:

Less and less male clothes are making the cut these days.  It's all part of my diabolical plan to shape shift right under their noses.

That's my Plan too, Ann!  I can't go full out dressed in public yet, but no reason I can't tone down the "male-ness" in the meantime. 

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2 hours ago, KayC said:

That's my Plan too, Ann!  I can't go full out dressed in public yet . . 

        Ditto here! Daughter would probably just "shake her head" if ever caught me in a dress so 'ave concentrated on tops around the house and can wear under a jacket to church instead? Guys in my weekly "men's group" surely know I'm not "the purfect male" but hey all accept, tolerate and, being otherwise solidly "married', often even enjoy this "pseudo girl" in their mist? 

 

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LOL Being so-called "Christian" what other choice do they have?

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I started integrating female clothing in my every day life back in 2008 and it wasn't long where every piece of clothing I wore was from the womens dept.

I haven't worn mens jeans since 2008 and don't plan on ever wearing them again.

 

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1 hour ago, Teri Anne said:

I haven't worn mens jeans since 2008 and don't plan on ever wearing them again.

 

Ick, why would you? They're all coarse and heavy. I tried to put on a pair of my old jeans about a year ago and it felt like wearing a dead fish around my legs.

 

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