In the grand tradition of "sleazy" chat rooms from the 90s"
Blue shiny Nike shorts and a very old, worn thin black t-shirt. No shoes no socks.
White shirt, blue linen trousers, blue cardigan and fluffy slippers.
I will be changing them before heading to work.
Punkyfish brushed cotton tartan shirt. Bit warm for today really. Will have to put something else on before I head off out the door.
pink and white fluffy dressing gown.
Snoopy pyjamas.Won't wear them for work though
I'm not going to work in it though!
Ha, cross post with limper, we obviously both felt the need to point out that we're not those weirdos who go to the supermarket in their pjs!
Blue and white jammies
A nice crisp white shirt, maroon diagonal striped tie, trousers in a light grey sharkskin fabric and conventional black shoes.
I feel the need to point out that I am going to work I do not dress like this for fun.
Not much, but more than I would normally be wearing at this time of day, because I have company
black Lymm 10k tshirt, red spotty jama bottoms. The "benefits" of loafing.
Baggy blue jeans and a hot pink t-shirt that says 'Though she be but little she is fierce'
An air of contentedness
Canary yellow shirt, horizon blue stay crease action slacks, cap, polaroids, tan string backed driving gloves, it's a look that says I'm in control of my vehicle.
Or more accurately, decathlon shortish sport socks, denim knee length shorts, white t-shirt with blue stripes from Sainsburys.
Green vest, linen skirt.
I have taken my sandals off under my desk.
Adidas black shorts, vest top with Beach Italia printed all over and an old burgundy t-shirt from the Wellington 10 on top of that because I got cold,
I got dressed...and then undressed to try on my dress (to make sure it still fits - no running in 2 weeks and eating loads was worrying me - it does still fit) and then back into normal clothes, jeans and my old Theakstons bar t shirt.
Chanel No 5.
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