OOTD: Share Your Looks!

#361

:heart: she’s knit about half the sweaters I own.

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#362

free hoodie with purchase of conference

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#363

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#364

Belt or singlet out? Also, why aren’t women’s shirts made long enough to tuck in?!
The Look: Local Govt Workshop, PhD Student Edition

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#365

I’d go no-belt french tuck. Love those pants on you too.

#366

I vote belt and tuck, but yes! LOVE the look!!

#367

I like them both, but the belt looks slightly fancier? Not fancier, but more dressed somehow.

#368

Far too late to make a difference bit the belt and tuck look dressier/fancy!

#369

I suspected the belt & tuck were fancier. I just don’t like the way my outer shirt lifts up when I move my arms! Need to get a good shirt pattern so I can make my own.

#370

I call this look “Sometimes I wear high vis safety gear and pretend to do actual work” and I’m holding my arm like that to cover my company name and own name from all you stalkers.

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#371

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#372

Can you do it in a more self-gropey fashion? We’re trying to start a trend.

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#373

Today’s office outfit - I started wearing my dresses more lately - still feel a little overdressed as it’s a mostly casual environment

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#374

This is my official “giving a talk about video games” outfit. (Shirt is a pico-8 reference; hoodie has subtle line art of Super Mario 3 characters on it.) Why yes I AM using an NES-style controller to advance my slides; I’m very proud of this bit and use it as often as I can.

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#375


This shirt is stained (oil) but it’s soft and I love it.

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#376

Oh wow that is COOL.

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#377

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#378

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#379

I have clothes on. The artwork behind me does not.

Problem with new hair: much of my very colorful wardrobe clashes with a my hair.

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#380

Continuing today’s teal theme… an outfit for my teal chunky necklace

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