Mummykahla - are those Peacock pattern leggings? They are amazing! Oh how I wish I had the guts!
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08-08-2012 21:18 #61
08-08-2012 21:19 #62Senior Member
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08-08-2012 21:25 #63
My style is pajamas . Seriously. Unless I'm going out to the shops or something , then pjs it is . Today I had a shower at 11am and put fresh clean pjs back on . I had a friend coming over but I didn't care and she wouldn't have flinched , she knows I love my pjs.
If going to the shops it's whatever I can find in the mountain of clean clothes on the laundry floor which is usually old track pants and jumper.
If going to a party or function I dress up in heels , leggings or jeans , tight top and cardi or jacket.
08-08-2012 21:31 #64
Work uniform or just comfy clothes such as tights with a jumper, jeans and casual top. If we don't have to leave the house, always pjs of some sort as I don't feel the need to change if I am not going out.
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08-08-2012 21:33 #65
atm trackpants (because it is sooo cold, and i'm usually covered in poo - baby, kangaroo, possum, chicken, duck, thankfully the dogs take their business elsewhere...)
but i'm a rockabilly/punk kinda girl. think red stripe, tragic beautiful clothing
08-08-2012 21:36 #66
08-08-2012 21:37 #67
Well I thought since becoming a mum I felt out of fashion, going from more pinup style (photo attached pre pregnancy) to after reading this the latest fashion of tights/what ever fits at the moment with accessories of smeared food an baby spew lol oh feeling elegant
08-08-2012 21:45 #68
08-08-2012 22:01 #69
I like to wear tunics ordresses with black tights and black cardi. Sometimes with a belt at waist and either thongs or gladiator sandals. It's comfy but still looks good. I rarely wear jeans and a feminine shirt but still own a few just so uncomfy. I would dress different if I was more slender though.
08-08-2012 22:03 #70
Typical me outfits (also just happen to have them on my phone from an old BH thread)
But typical in that I'll usually wear a fairly brightly coloured dress, and little/no accessories. It's pretty no-brainer, black tights/cardi/shoes, same sort of make up most days. But i always feel decently dressy, and it's just as easy as jeans and a t-shirt (easier I think)
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