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F1156376-7922-4AAC-A42C-AF673BFBD8C0.thumb.jpeg.ead004976fd2a79a1f2c98a81073837d.jpegwhen I’m in the office, my go to choice of clothing is black leggings, heeled ankle boots, cami vest top and tailored coat to match my boots ❤️ Makes me feel glam and feminine .....what’s your go to favourite outfit girls? X 

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Hi Diane, I just love the coral color on the jacket and the boots! ❤️

During the winter, I love my sweater dresses. I'm mot currently out at work or going to my office due to working from home still during the pandemic. But that's happening soon! I did recently buy a skirt suit that I'd hoped to wear to the office when we do go back, but had to return because the fit was off on the jacket.




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My office is actually a farm so jeans are normal.  Once a week I get to go to the market so I try to dress decently then.






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Jackie C.

Yeah, my go-to depends on what I'm doing that day. If I'm going out or I want to feel pretty it's different than if I plan on bumming around the house all day or moving stuff. Usually I'm aiming for "comfortable" and it's jeans, a t-shirt and either my singular hoodie or an oversized flannel shirt over that. If the flannel isn't cutting it, there will be a sweatshirt or a sweater. Hopefully my fox sweater, it's easily my favorite but it's complicated to wash so I don't wear it as much as I otherwise might.



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Carolyn Marie

When I was working I usually wore a pantsuit if I had meetings scheduled, or slacks and a blouse with or without a blazer.  I rarely wore skirts or dresses, but did a few times.  One reason was that I couldn't walk well in heels due to a foot condition.  Wearing flats looked nicer with pants.


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Sally Stone

Well, I don't actually present as a woman when I'm at the office, but I have always worn feminine office attire as my go to outfit when I am presenting as a woman.  Being a girly-girl, I have always loved skirts or dresses and high-heels.  You might think those wardrobe articles aren't compatible with blending in, but I have learned that feminine office attire can be just the ticket for satisfying my inner woman and blending in.  It is never unusual to see women shopping or eating out while wearing office attire.  Perhaps, they are on their lunch break, or they are meeting friends for dinner after work, or they are on their way home from work.  In any case, wearing office attire while out and about is a logical and common occurrence for many women.  So, I wear office attire a lot, because it gives me the perfect alibi for wearing a dress or skirt and high-heels.  Another benefit for wearing feminine office attire is that it can often be quite sexy without being inappropriate.  What's not to love?    

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Before coming out, my wardrobe was limited to what I wore to the club I go to. Most of those clothes were sexy or unusual, including Lolita outfits, short skirts, and flashy dresses. Now that I dress every day for work I have had to completely rebuild my wardrobe, so this is still a work in progress. Mostly, I go for a skirt and blouse. Sometimes, just slacks and a nice sweater.




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Jackie C.
6 hours ago, Kasumi63 said:

so this is still a work in progress.


I think it's always a work in progress. Even when you have enough clothes to get you through a couple of weeks, you still buy bits and pieces here and there when you find something cute in your size.


You're off to a good start though! You look great!



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Linda Marie

Well I work at home now, but I do like this look...310569485_Muchmore.thumb.jpg.5e4f41adccb60fc624145bf7a9437995.jpg

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All great looks ladies!  I basically work as a receptionist at my massage clinic so it's not an "office" setting. I have a lot of freedom because of the culture of the place and the fact that I make the rules ;)


Mostly I wear slacks and a nice casual top but branch out to dresses and skirts every once in a while.  Most of my looks are on the "what are you wearing today" thread.


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