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First time buying. Wife got me leggings before but I actually got to shop for clothes. Don't ask me what style I'm going for, I have no clue. I loved every bit of them until I got to the long dresses with the plunging necks. That's the quickest way to remember. 

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On 7/5/2021 at 7:12 AM, Jackie C. said:

Thank you! Now I just need somewhere to wear it. 😉

 

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Wear it anywhere. It's a great evening drink OR going to the market dress!  Welcome to the dress world!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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23 hours ago, Davie said:

@Erica Gabriel

PS: Where would a shopper find such a thing as a kilt?

 

Depends on what you are looking for but lots of options online.  I have a few hand woven wool ones from Scotland- they are outrageously expensive- over $500 each.  UtiliKilts like what Jackie showed are more affordable modern option. I don't like them because they are a pretty harsh/tough material though. 

 

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This is the first time I have ever snuck any is Suzie’s clothing out of the house. Her leather Harley jacket is to small for her and has been pushed to the deep side of the coat closet for several years now. I’ve been loosing weight and just wanted to see if it fit. It does and I’m still 20 or 30 pounds from my target weight. She’s not going to be happy when she’s finds out I’m fitting into her Harley Leathers. 9AAC45A0-B98A-459D-9DA4-560D37597868.thumb.jpeg.cde9f5ce3d5a8ce1846ec1dc728b9634.jpeg27ACB8BB-851A-4978-8989-4895A27E8ABB.thumb.jpeg.6f9212cf8ee113b9c4f6a2693ae63c63.jpeg

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14 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

Depends on what you are looking for but lots of options online.  I have a few hand woven wool ones from Scotland- they are outrageously expensive- over $500 each.  UtiliKilts like what Jackie showed are more affordable modern option. I don't like them because they are a pretty harsh/tough material though. 

 

There are some American kilt makers. I think you get what you pay for. I’d avoid GotKilt since they seem to skimp on their fabric. The utilikilt style is popular especially with the tartan in pleat design. The best place to get hands on with them is at a Celtic or Renaissance Faire.

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3 hours ago, Erica Gabriel said:

There are some American kilt makers. I think you get what you pay for. I’d avoid GotKilt since they seem to skimp on their fabric. The utilikilt style is popular especially with the tartan in pleat design. The best place to get hands on with them is at a Celtic or Renaissance Faire.

Thanks, @Erica Gabriel --Davie

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Needed a "pretty day" so took the time for full makeup and hair blowout. I haven't worn this wrap dress in awhile and I have my "big girl" bra so it fits better. Giving me a preview of BA size!

 

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You look fantastic Bri!

 

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interesting topic. about what we wear. i really don't give much thought to it. i'm pretty casual for the most part. it's really hot now so i mostly wear tank-tops, shorts and flips. not too exciting i'm sure for most of you but that's just my style. thank you. :)

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1 hour ago, April-Showers said:

interesting topic. about what we wear. i really don't give much thought to it. i'm pretty casual for the most part. it's really hot now so i mostly wear tank-tops, shorts and flips. not too exciting i'm sure for most of you but that's just my style. thank you. :)

That's pretty much me when I'm not at work.  

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I get to look better when I leave the farm to go to the bank and grocery shopping. Hugs, Charlize

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Work has been cancelled for the next three days because a county bureaucrat is throwing her weight around. I'm not changing out of my gym clothes until it's time for bed.

 

If you can't read it, my shirt has a velociraptor wearing lipstick and eye makeup. It reads, "Easy, breezy beautiful Clever Girl."

 

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In case you all thought I only do dresses ;). It's casual day today running errands.  Just a simple v-neck T from khols and some jean shorts. 

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On 7/7/2021 at 9:14 AM, Bri2020 said:

Needed a "pretty day" so took the time for full makeup and hair blowout. I haven't worn this wrap dress in awhile and I have my "big girl" bra so it fits better. Giving me a preview of BA size!

 

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@Bri2020 This is a very pretty look for the day. 
 

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4 hours ago, Charlize said:

I get to look better when I leave the farm to go to the bank and grocery shopping. Hugs, Charlize

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Love that dress! You look great as always 

4 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

 

If you can't read it, my shirt has a velociraptor wearing lipstick and eye makeup. It reads, "Easy, breezy beautiful Clever Girl."

 

You are a pretty clever girl so.....  great JP reference!  And I wouldn't change either. Looks like a comfy day.

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1 hour ago, shyla said:

got this dress this weekend

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Oh- that's fun!  Do you just love it or what?  I like the accessories too.

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1 hour ago, Bri2020 said:

Oh- that's fun!  Do you just love it or what?  I like the accessories too.

oh thankyou, i love this one its so comfy, i came out to my grandkids over facetime in this outfit today!!!!

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1 hour ago, shyla said:

got this dress this weekend

 

Ooh! Pretty!

 

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Everybody is looking fabulous in the new pics.

Makes me a bit jealous .

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