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Elizabeth Star
3 hours ago, Teri Anne said:

Not black? Are you feeling OK?

I have outfits planned, creepy cute outfits.

 

I had to do some yard-work after I got home from the paying job tonight. I chose to wear gray wile playing with a chainsaw. It's weird how my jeans look blue though.

 

 

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12 hours ago, Teri Anne said:

Not black? Are you feeling OK?

 

Obviously they're off-black.

 

Hugs!

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Charlize

Beauty and the beast?  This is the lovely outfit I sometimes wear around the farm.  The coveralls are great as I can saturate them with tick repellant and shed that protection at the door.

 

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I think tunic style tops and tights are my favourite. Especially while it continues to be more like winter in England like today. I also bought a hairband for my wife (due to her hair having grown so much during covid lockdown), but it didn't suit her, and she was happy for me to have it - and thought it worked well on me.

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On 5/12/2021 at 12:49 AM, 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!

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I do love this on many levels - spending time being a woman with other women - what could be better!

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Elizabeth Star

Sometimes I wear dark gray. Made this when I was learning to crochet, before I fully realized I was trans. Denial sweater?

 

 

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Teri Anne

Love the sweater Liz.

I tried to learn to crochet but didn't have the patience for it.

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1 hour ago, Elizabeth Star said:

Denial sweater?

Ya think?

It's pretty nice though.

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Kaltia_Atlas

So I found that since my breasts are not fully developed, and I use breast forms, bras are very difficult to choose. I usually go with some kind of sports bra because they seem to have the most coverage/support. However, I recently went to walmart and found a bikini top that covers everything and holds the forms perfectly. I find I rarely have to adjust anything and its so comfortable!

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Linda Marie

Hi, today I just went with this dress again. I do love wearing dresses and hose and pretty shoes.

I love fussing with my hair and make up. Sadly yard work starts tomorrow and back to the grind.

Anyway I'm having a good day just chilling out in the basement, doing much of nothing.

Love you all and you all look fantastic!

LM♥️

 

 

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Teri Anne

Looking lovely LM.

Kaltia Bras are a constant problem with me too.

Lacey bras are so pretty but the lace chaffs my skin.

Sport bras I wear a lot just because the seem to hold everything in place just fine.

My nice bras I save for special occasions.

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7 hours ago, Linda Marie said:

today I just went with this dress again.

This is a one of your colors Linda Marie. Your dress really looks nice with the shoes too. Hard to match outfits that close without a large collection. You can NEVER have too many pairs.😉

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Elizabeth Star

I’m wearing black today, again. Black: knee boots, leggings and hoodie w/ruching on the sides. I also went with pink and black eyeshadows and 7 earrings, only 2 are matching.  

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Had to run out to the store this morning.  I have a couple of these "lounger" dresses that I wear all the time in warm weather.  The sweater will go once it warms up a little more.

 

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Maddee
On 5/13/2021 at 9:33 AM, Elizabeth Star said:

Sometimes I wear dark gray. Made this when I was learning to crochet, before I fully realized I was trans. Denial sweater?

 

 

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No denial-I like the sweater. 

The fact you made it is plus+

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Elizabeth Star
3 hours ago, Maddee said:

No denial-I like the sweater. 

The fact you made it is plus+

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Thanks Maddee. I have plans to make another one, in black this time. 

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Benji C

Another favorite shirt of mine I got it at hot topic a few weeks ago... it's really comfortable also probably one of the most comfortable shirts I have... it's starting to get really hot and I can only wear sweaters or pants if I'm gonna be inside...

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Robin.C

Well here we go.

This is at midnight after getting back from the Fete and Concert yesterday.

Apologies for the messy kitchen as we had to hurry.

The jeans hide my knee brace as I stuffed my knee again. It's what it is.

Weak and damaged knees, ankles and hips from motorcross (shrug) not competition never good enough for that.

It's really nice to just be treated as me, nobody batted an eye even when I spoke.

There were some cis-women there with more butch voices than I'll ever have 🤪

Winter is a fun time in Australia, lot's of stuff going on.

 

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Robin

 

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Elizabeth Star

Did some more yard work today. Removed 2 stumps and one tree that had fallen and got caught up in another. I made a way different choice with my outfit the time. Here's my after the look.

 

 

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Linda Marie

Today I'm going with a white skirt and heels. It has been a busy weekend but a rewarding weekend. 

Not much going on here in the mountains, which is a good thing compared to what I read in the news.

I would like to say how much I enjoy this site and all the people here. 

 

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Linda Marie

Well it got chilly so I put on a matching sweater and did my nails. I hope I look okay.

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2 hours ago, Linda Marie said:

Well it got chilly so I put on a matching sweater and did my nails. I hope I look okay.

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Gorgeous, Linda Marie. I just bought new socks—Women's size 10. Wahoo!

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Teri Anne

Looking classy as always Linda Marie.:)

 

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Elizabeth Star

I didn’t feel like spending time on outfit today. Just jeans and a t-shirt. 
 

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Bri2020

Just got back from my "Ladies of Football" ladies weekend in Savannah. Thought I would post my outfit choices: Day one was our "meet and greet" where we wore team apparel. Day 2 we toured the city so I wore a sundress and hat. No shoes since about 5 minutes into the tour I stumbled and blew out both my sandals!  2nd night we dressed up so had my black PU pants and wrap top. Last day was a riverboat tour and travel so dressed down with shorts and a tshirt. 

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