i'm a pj girl

Canada
August 26, 2007 7:26am CST
i'm going back to college and i have two placements at two different museums. so now i've been shopping for dressier clothes for work and i got a pair of heals which i barely ever wear stuff like that. it's killing my feet. i'm not the type to dress up i'm mostly a pj girl. i've been a stay at home mom for 4 years now and i'm used to staying in my pj's most of the day. anyway do you like dressing up and do you like being casual?
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@carmelanirel (20979)
• United States
28 Aug 07
I am much more comfortable in jeans and t-shirt, but once in a while I like to dress up.
@maddysmommy (16236)
• United States
28 Aug 07
I know the feeling. I have only been a stay at home for a year and a half and boy did my dresscode change from working full-time to jeans and t-shirt and even shorts or track suits. So much more comfortable when taking care of children. I prefer at most to wear jeans and if I have to, I will dress up if I am suppose to. If not, then its just jeans and top.
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@crazynurse (7489)
• United States
27 Aug 07
I teach college nursing. Therefore on some days I am at the hospital in nursing uniforms while other days I am in 'business casual' attire in the classroom. On my days at home (we get one day a week at home to grade papers and prepare lectures) I love to just hang in my PJs or some equally comfortable sweats or something! I enjoy being casual, but it is a bit fun to dress up at times too! I really enjoy the occassional dress up evening out...when I dress up that much it feels so special!
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@I_LUV_U (2519)
• India
29 Aug 07
I like being casual. I'm a simple man, not very look conscious, but have a decent dressing sense. I just make sure that i'm looking neat, that's good enough for me. I don't like showing off. My priorities are different.
@sizzle3000 (3040)
• United States
29 Aug 07
Just because you need dressier clothes doesn't mean you have to be uncomfortable. They make very nice shoes with low heals and archsupports in them. I should know I used to wear four to six inch heals because I am only five four and I always wanted to be taller. Any way I messed up my ankle and have not been able to wear heals that are that high. I will also tell you that wedges are back in style and they are easier to walk in than a thin heal. You can also get some very nice dress pants as well. A skirt that can be worn with several different blouses works too. I wore a uniform for twenty years that made me look like a man so on my days off believe me I dress up a little. I also like to wear skirts any time. It is the fancy dress thing that gets me. I would not do good at a fancy dinner or club because I just would not fit in. I am so glad that you are doing so well and wish you continued success.