Thursday, September 17, 2015

My Expanding Wardrobe

Sans Bra
The four dresses I ordered from JustFab arrived and to my surprise, they all fit. They are all revealing more or less, so I will have to make sure I have bras in my wardrobe that will work with each dress. 

Otherwise, I will have to go bra-less.

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I went to Wally Mart yesterday to buy panties and camis. (I usually wear panties and camis under my male disguise.)

I bought two packages of each.

At home after work, I opened the packages of panties and to my dismay, they shorted me one pair of panties.

Next, I opened the packages of camis and to my surprise, there was an extra cami.

Even Stephanie!

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At home, there is next to no discussion about the other woman (me). My wife and daughter have accepted her and there is not much more to say. So it always surprises me when my wife or daughter broach the subject out of the blue.

My wife has been going through her dearly departed mother's stuff and last evening, she offered some of my mother-in-law's stuff to me. Three necklaces and a black cape.

I graciously accepted the offer and added the items to my wardrobe.

As I mentioned earlier, my mother-in-law was a fashionista and she spared no expense on her wardrobe, so the necklaces are not junk jewelry and the cape did not come from Wally Mart.
I can't wait to wear them.

Source: Boston Proper
Wearing Boston Proper.

Davy Jone
Davy Jones femulates in an episode of television's The Monkees (1966-1968).


  1. I have acquired a couple of backless evening dresses, and I suspect that I will have to go braless when I wear them. I am, however, nervous about the security of "the girls" may I ask the rather personal question of how you manage?

    1. I own a bustier, which has a low back that will work with most backless evening dresses. I have used it for strapless dresses or for dresses with unusual necklines that would reveal too much bra strap. I was at Fantasia Fair in the photo above when I went braless because I forgot to pack my bustier. The dress itself supported my girls without a problem.

  2. That was a very nice of your wife to offer you some of her mother's items. My wife offered me some of her aunts clothes after she died in 1981. I still have one some piece of jewelry. I do not wear it often but its nice for remembering and paying tribute to a nice lady. Even though she did not know Susan. Its more about history and passing items forward,

  3. The prospect of needing to add specialty bras to the wardrobe is not a bad thing.
    When my Mother in law passed 8 years ago she did leave some jewelry...including some clip on earrings. She did not have pierced ears but my wife does. We still have the earrings and if I can get a sanctioned evening out perhaps I can wear them.