A month where we stand between the clearance of Halloween gubbins and the smoke from Bonfire Night drifts away. The clocks have gone back, so the dark creeps closer into the day. Time then perhaps, to make the most of time outside and get an eyeful of the light when possible. That and enjoy the cosy styles that would stifle in warmer months.
Shall we take a look through Novembers of yesteryear? 🙂
The opening graphic of a recoloured graphic brings me a wry smile when I see it. Not just for the sight subversion, but as a kid who liked comics (2000AD if you’re curious), so seeing something that’s inclusive -even if I tweaked the original – is reassuring. Plus, there’s often truth in comedy. I wasn’t like other boys and if we’re taking about truth: it took me quite a while to accept that.
L19 and L18: I look like I’ve come from the office. Aren’t folk who crossdress supposed to be killer heels and miniskirts? 😛 So I have to hand in my permit card if I’m caught wearing trousers? 😉 Truth be told, I am fine with trousers in Lynn mode. At least, provided that they don’t look or feel blokey. Cropped, wide, or skinny and I’m fine, but boyfriend/mum jeans are a no from me.
Nearly a year apart and yet similar outfits in 17 and 16. I think the latter was out in Leicester. Was the short boot trend really for years ago? Funny how some things keep going. Mind you, stylish with a shorter skirt and certainly easier to walk in than heels, so perhaps that explains the longevity.
The dress in 15 was a gift by the Ever Lovely Mrs J and I think it needs to be gotten out of the cupboard again. Not 100% sure about the wig in this snap, but lessons learned eh? 🙂
In biker mode in 14 and it seems there was repeat of 12 to 13. I think the former was on a night out. For 11, that’s the classic photo frame plus sheet that we used back in the day. Killer heels and a short skirt? Looks like I’m living the dream 😁