Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by thestrangequark, Sep 25, 2013.
Black yoga pants, raspberry pink longsleeved t-shirt, athletic socks and bright pink sneakers.
Much the same as before, except this time with two T-shirts instead of one. It's getting a bit chilly here.
Dark trouser jeans and a teal tunic top.
Nick and Nora nightgown in black with a heart pattern and a red v-neck collar and cuffs.
Jeans and a ruffly, multi-colored, flowered tunic that is pretty but totally not me.
I've got my trusty Yankees hoodie on. Again.
Grey dress slacks and a thin, navy sweater. Went to the theater today.
My dark grey pants, navy maternity top with 3/4 sleeves and ruched sides, navy trouser socks and grey clogs. I don't need the maternity top yet, but my sister gave me a box of clothes and I do need something with a longer sleeve as it's getting cooler and the baby is sucking all the heat out of me.
S/He's using it to warm our hearts.
Rainy weather here recently, and I am not feeling particularly inspired, so it has been mostly dark blue jeans, random long-sleeved shirts, and Levi's denim jacket. You can't go wrong with that.
Took off my work shirt, now I've just got the Jets sweater that I was wearing under it (very cold today) and traditional black khakis.
Jeans and a brown t-shirt with a turquoise print.
A Game of Thrones T-shirt among other things. And a raincoat today.
My bathrobe. It's time to get into real clothes, though, because I have to go out shortly.
'Tis true. This style has held on nearly a century, and I hope it continues!
Today, another great example of the wonders of buying second-hand. My favorite skirt again, a knit top that I found at Value Village for $3.50, leather boots that would have cost $250 new, for which I paid $40 on ebay, barely used. Pink tights which I bought new, because socks/stockings/tights and panties are the only things I won't buy second hand. Belt bought new, but from a discount store. The beautiful Bork! bracelet again (brown reindeer leather with silver wire design) and two silver rings, one with a pearl, one with a pink crystal. I think my waist is disproportionate to the rest of me...it looks like I've cinched my belt too tight in the picture, but it's comfortably loose.
That's not disproportionate! You have a classic hourglass figure.
^Not many clothes are suited to it, though. If only corsets were still in fashion!
1940's and 50's clothes might fit you well, too.
Yeah, that's what I was thinking too. Rita Hayworth would be envious!
Right now, wearing my ratty yoga pants, an old pink V-neck t-shirt and white athletic socks. I know, I'm dreadfully boring. But in a little bit, I intend to wear nothing as I want to get a soak in the tub.
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