What will I wear today?

I have spent a good half hour trying to decide what to wear today. Nothing fancy as the day will be spent cooking, preparing food for a party, ironing, cleaning windows and dancing with the vacuum & duster. All these activities will be interspersed with resting periods of crochet.

So I am looking for something suitable to don and flounce about in while I work. You know, work clothes. Fresh & clean, not worried about little spillages, yet smart enough if an unexpected Toyboy should land on my doorstep! No way do I want to spoil my image!!

I have so little to choose from these days and it is all my own fault:

Hanger sculpture

Hanger sculpture

This hanger sculpture is actual evidence of a recent brutal clear out of my wardrobes. All sorted, cleaned and gone to charity or for recycling. The only problem is that I forgot to keep an outfit or two for mucky housework!

I suppose if I am stuck, I could always wear my pyjamas turned inside out!!

 

13 thoughts on “What will I wear today?

    1. Grannymar Post author

      I bundles about 75% of those hangers up and gave them to a charity shop The were thrilled to get them.

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  1. dunnasead.co

    a worn-out pillowcase made into a poncho, and a skirt out of knitted old plastic bag strips? (I saw something similar once at a street fashion show for very young designers!)

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  2. cedar51

    I am often seen in my pj’s – last weekend, when unexpected family came by – but they knew I was more in bed – so these ones that are red with white hearts all over, don’t look too bad…the top was more ordinary, a red/brown longsleeved sports top (now a designated indoor dud)…

    many of clothing has got to a point where it’s nearly all “home based” and I really need to buy some new duds, but everytime I got look – I can’t decide…or they have some detail I don’t want or need…(wish my sewing skills has returned, still lost in the myths of time)…

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    1. cedar51

      you get buy one of those long aprons…that covered everything – the sort that go over your head…in fetching colours, so no one notices exactly what is underneath, too busy looking at your in your gorgeous pinny

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    2. Grannymar Post author

      I get up to put the kettle on first thing in the morning and often attend to some unfinished chore, moving from one thing to another and before I know it, it is lunchtime and I am still in my pj’s. Yet when I was in paid employment, I bounced out of bed and into the shower every morning before 6a.m. Then dressed fed and the war paint on I was ready to leave before eight O’ clock.

      I do have two long PVC aprons that have given faithful service for years. Maybe I should make a house-coat like the ones my grandmother donned over her day clothes to do house work. Then it would not matter what was on underneath!

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      1. cedar51

        and under said “housecoat” you could be naked – just make sure it’s buttoned right down…or one of those long zips :-)

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