Cornish11 wrote:You are my fashion soul mate !
You like ankle-covering boots, waistcoats, fatigues and now I notice from another thread flat caps.
All things I regularly wear and heartily approve of.
(Not to mention your bubbles attire - which I approve of even more !)
I have a faithful flat cap that I wear when I walk my westie dog down the country lane nearby to where I live. Currently have medium/longuish hair,together with chiselled face outline which suits it perfectly ( also helps to cover up when having a bad hair day !)
A sexy woman in a flat cap and waistcoat certainly does it for me. A sexy woman in a flatcap and bubbles....well lets not go there
Cornish11 wrote:With regards velvet items, I am afraid there we do differ. Do not possess any. Velvet not a good look on a man, though can look very nice on a woman. Anna Friel recently pictured in a velvet outfit being a good example. Not adverse to 'tipping the velvet' ...
Reference to chiselled look was a rather clumsy attempt to say flat caps do not suit all face types but can look great on right person.
Better you have someone place it on your head whilst in bath, less chance of it getting wet, more fun and appreciation guaranteed !
P.s Just out of interest what kind of dog do you have ?
Mac wrote:Just t-shirt, p@nties, socks and slippers. All day until evening unless I go outside.
H. Franklin Layne wrote:Mac wrote:Just t-shirt, p@nties, socks and slippers. All day until evening unless I go outside.
Skipping the steel toed boots and Carhartt work pants, then?
jinjin wrote:Orange wig, Black hair band, Red miniskirt dress, Nude stay-ups, Red flats
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