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Rachael

Right now red tank top, pink shorts, and open toed shoes (3" heels. I love heels) . Earlier my new dress arrived  my first it's a mitered stripe multi color sundress. I like the way it fits, feels, and looks. I am on top of the world now! I so want to go out somewhere. 

Thanks for the chance to express my feelings. 

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Guest AshleighP

I've been away for a bit and totally forgot about this thread. I've had more and more chances to dress lately, albeit for short amounts of time. Today it's a green v-neck top, green corduroy mid thigh skirt, low heeled wedge sandals, full makeup, and my new WIG! Just love this new, short hairpiece. My coworker says it suits the shape of my face quite well. Also, cooler for the summer months.

It is a lipstick on the coffee cup kind of morning! Cheers!

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tracy_j

Multi-coloured Paisly pattern skirt and bikini top. It is hot here (~30 degrees) so is ideal to introduce the top, which so far has been accepted well.

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Timber Wolf

Orange short sleeve shirt, black skort (my old school colors), blackout tights, and OOPS! Purple boots. Yes, I put the wrong boots on. Oh well, I guess it doesn't really matter if you're not out and about. It's a cool day here, so I break the summer fassion trend!

 

Lots of love,

Timber Wolf?

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Guest JaneShannon

I haven't been able to dress for a while, but I have had several chances this summer.  Two days ago I slip out of the house and slip into a really cute denim colored mini skirt with pleats on the front.  I put on a white and green stripped top with long sleeves.  I am not sure I would put them together again, but it was nice to be dressed again. 

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Charlize

Today i'm going to be out all day working on the farm.  I'm wearing UPF 50 slacks and shirt and will also have a lovely light colored big brim hat.  Not particularly lady like but necessary.  Yesterday i was wearing a cute jean skirt and blouse for a birthday party.  It's lovely to be able to dress up or down and still feel good about how i look.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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Dakota16

Nothing elaborate today...jeans, red polo with white t-shirt underneath, hair up in a ponytail and black headband

I'm pulling out all the stops today...no makeup either...I hate waking up late...LOL :)

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Guest CLAIRE100

Today I am wearing a light gauze top with a multi collared  broomstick skirt all found last week at a local thrift store, no where to go today so why not just be comfortable

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Jani423

I'm laying around nursing a sore shoulder (pulled muscle) so it's just a tank top, hoodie and capris while I hold the ice bag and relax on Ibuprofen.  ouch!

Jani

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Guest JaneShannon

Last night I was putting away an office bag and found a top I had forgotten about, so today I am wearing it.  It is a black cable knit top with ties on the back and short sleeves.  I paired it with my Black Royal Stewart tarten mini kilt (even has the very cute, but very big safety pin).  To add some fun I am wearing knee high boots with fishnet stockings.  OMG, I am loving the fishnets!!!

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MarcieMarie12

My Boston T-shirt and shorts. Yes I just got home from work and took the bra off.......:lol:

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Guest JaneShannon
1 minute ago, Jani423 said:

I'm laying around nursing a sore shoulder (pulled muscle) so it's just a tank top, hoodie and capris while I hold the ice bag and relax on Ibuprofen.  ouch!

Jani

Sorry to hear your shoulder hurts.  Hope you feel better soon!

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Jani423

:)  me too.  I have to keep reminding myself I'm not 20 any longer...

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Guest CLAIRE100
5 hours ago, Jani423 said:

:)  me too.  I have to keep reminding myself I'm not 20 any longer...

we could only wish

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JodyAnn

Let's get dressed for derby practice. First I'm well hydrated with juiced dill pickles, pulp, juice and two thirds water. This keeps away muscle cramps. I fill my bout jug with water and a touch of pink salt. Next breathable cotton panties, Danskin stretch capris, compression knee socks and my MissBehaved jersey (one of many). Over that my Mueller knee gaskets, McDavid ankle supports and BumSaver padded shorts. Don my sneakers, grab my gear bag and my skate case, then off I go.

At he track, some derby stretches then suit up for battle. Starting with my Deadbolt GrandSlam knee pads. Next I lace on my Jackson Vantage skates with Pilot  F16 Falcon 2.0 plus plates with forged trucks and Bont Royal Assassin urethane/aluminum wheels. (The top shelf stuff required to fly!) Next I lock my skates to my heals with LOLO custom jam straps. I take a deep breath as my adrenaline comes up.

FInally my Bauer Hocky elbow/forarm protectors, slip into my Atom wrist gaurds, don my Triple8 pink derby helmet and white Sisu mouthguard. Skating away for two hours of the best torture you could ever love!

When I get home, I lay on my bed naked and say this prayer. "Now I lay me down to sleep, from my practice I am beat! If I die before I wake, thank you Lord I got to skate. God bless Roller Derby." Giggle. How's that for a bedtime story? LOL!

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Charlize

It's wonderful to have you back JodyAnn.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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Guest JaneShannon

I really like my outfit today!  Matching black lingerie--I love matching looks so planned.  A burgundy top with cappy sleeves, a cowl neckline and rucking down the sides of my tummy.  An ankle length patterned skirt that really goes pretty well with this top.  It has lots of colors I like in it.  Nice sunset colors.  I am wearing Roman(ish) style sandals with a 1 inch heel.  Finally, I have topped it all off with some earrings, a beaded bracelet, and a fairy bell anklet just for fun.  

I am a school teacher, and this is exactly how I see myself dressing for work (maybe someday).

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Guest JaneShannon

I only get to dress for a little bit today.  I am finding I figuring out more and more of my style as a woman.  Today is a stripped, knit skirt with a navy base with pink, bright blue and white strips.  I just realized it is kind of a trans-pride colored skirt.  My top is a bright blue (pretty good match for the bright blue in the skirt) lace top with short sleeves.  

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