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Teri Anne

Everyone is looking awesome today.

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Elizabeth Star

Had lunch with my wife and in-laws. My wife insisted I dress more masculine for the occasion. I chose this outfit and she was happy with it. I was still able to wear some makeup and carried my purse. 

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Linda Marie

Looking great Liz

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Yes @Maddee you do look tired.  Cute but tired.  I love your hair style!  

 

Jani

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Maddee

Thanks @Jani

I keep things in my hair like pens, keys, and phones.

 

More sleep and less sugar could improve anyone's presentation.

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Linda Marie

Not doing much today, just going to be a chill day.

I do love wearing dresses and skirts, love the way they feel on my legs.

 

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2 hours ago, Linda Marie said:

I do love wearing dresses and skirts, love the way they feel on my legs.

Likewise.   I've gotten to wearing pants if I don't need to is annoying to me. 

I do realize most women I see are wearing pants though.

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Teri Anne

Went shopping with my neighbor last evening and she kept me out past dark.

Had this top on with black pants.

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1 hour ago, Teri Anne said:

Went shopping with my neighbor last evening and she kept me out past dark.

Had this top on with black pants.

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Cute!!

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Linda Marie
2 hours ago, Maddee said:

 

Cute!!

You are lovely.

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Teri Anne

Thanks Linda Marie.

The pleated skirt, white top and you look amazing !!

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Susan R

@Elizabeth Star I was wondering if your in-laws know about your transition. Your clothing is androgynous but you still look all girl.

 

@Maddee That’s a VERY cute outfit. Love the Fuchsia colored top against the black.

 

@Linda Marie As always…Those lovely floral summer colors look wonderful on you!

 

@Teri Anne Your top goes so well with your presentation. I absolutely love your hair…it’s gorgeous, girl!

 

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@Teri Anne I love your smile and I am sooo jealous of your hair!  

 

@Elizabeth Star There is no going back now.  I agree with Susan.

 

@Linda Marie Its not quite sandal's weather here.  The heels are just right, not too tall.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Jani said:

I am sooo jealous of your hair!  

Same.

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Teri Anne

Thanks for the kind words ladies I really appreciate every one of them and everyone of you. :)

 

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Bri2020

Hanging with some ladies at the beach this week before heading to Savannah this weekend. Some of us went out for Mani/Pedis. It's still a bit chilly so just wore jeans and long sleeve T-shirt. Having a blast with all of them!

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1 hour ago, Bri2020 said:

Hanging with some ladies at the beach this week before heading to Savannah this weekend. Some of us went out for Mani/Pedis. It's still a bit chilly so just wore jeans and long sleeve T-shirt. Having a blast with all of them!

 

Oh that does look nice. I need to pamper myself more.

 

Hugs!

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Teri Anne

Looks like fun Bri enjoy yourself.

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Elizabeth Star
15 hours ago, Susan R said:

@Elizabeth Star I was wondering if your in-laws know about your transition. Your clothing is androgynous but you still look all girl.

Oh, they know. They're really supportive and have accepted it with any questions or arguments. My MIL has even done a bit of research and has been keeping up with all the recent anti/pro-trans laws.

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Drayse

One of my coworkers keeps talking about going out for a pedicure with me. I really should take her up on the offer, it looks fun. Not that I didn't know that, but...there were material reasons beyond the obvious, to most, toxic masculinity that it didn't happen before now.

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Linda Marie

Today I'm going with my polka dot dress and heels. The picture of me is a lot clearer this time than it was last time.

Also my hair has grown out some more. The pantyhose are suntan, control top with reinforced toe, size B.

 

 

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Elizabeth Star

So....I’m wearing black today. It took a little work but I was able to find a new clothing combination. On another note, I finally got my bell bottoms to the tailor and should be able to show them off next week, they’re not black. 
 

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Teri Anne

Not black? Are you feeling OK?

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