Since I am retired, clothes don't mean the same as when I was working and had to greet the public every day. I am really a 'plain Jane' type of girl. I have never worn make-up and I guess the reason I didn't, was because when I became a teenager, all the girls were wearing eye shadow, eye liner, powder, etc., and I just never had 'time enough to fool with all that stuff. I was blessed with no pimples and when I did try to wear some of all that, I got some. lol
I have naturally curly hair. I hated it when I was young, and even had it straightened a time or two, but also found out that wasn't for me. So you can see how plain I am!
Now, give me a t-shirt, jeans or shorts, and I am right at home. When I dress up, so to speak, it is a plain dress or skirt and some kind of fancy top, of which I have few. I don't wear pants to church, so save my dresses and skirts for that. I also think in the south maybe we are a little more relaxed in our 'dress code'.
As a nurse, I wore uniforms - white, with nursing cap. As an insurance agent, I could wear anything I wanted, except jeans and t-shirts with writing on them. Thus, my title today!
Due to Jim's health, we don't go out as much as we used to, so we both prefer comfort.
Our church has a directory of members, and we are updating it. We are having our picture taken this Sunday after service, so if decent, I will share that one with you. You have seen the picture below many times, but again you can see how casual we are most of the time.