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After a break of 6 weeks I finally had some time to dress, an hour and a half home alone. I try to get as much done as I can in a short session without rushing things. So I took my time, its important to relax and enjoy what girl-time you get.
I had a couple of items I’d bought which I wanted to try on. So I put on a pair of my new satin white panties to match my best bra, then a new ribbon strap white full slip. I was so pleased to have a set of matching silky and feminine underwear.
I put on a pair of natural tan tights then my new olive green and burgundy tartan pleated skirt; then a white embroidered top. I slipped on my recently acquired black ballerina pumps. Then a step back to see how I looked in the mirror. Oh my ! How good I looked – I was overcome by a mix of emotions – very sad as I could not keep the outfit on all day but happy and delighted at the same time; I almost felt like crying but not quite. I sat down for a bit to gather myself. When I felt a bit better I looked at my new shoes and cheered up a bit – I spent about half an hour around the house to wear the shoes in a bit (it’ll be a while before I can wear them when I go out). I still felt a little melancholy.
It was a lovely sunny day and I didn’t feel like staying in so I decided to go out for a walk. I put my handbag ready by the back door then changed my outfit to a straight denim skirt, a blue small pattern blue floral top and some navy flats. So out I went, slipped out the side gate onto the footpath and crossed the road; I had a pleasant short walk via the housing estate to the small local park and back – about 15minutes. Once out and walking about enjoying the sunshine I felt so much better – delighted and contented.
My hour and a half seemed to flash by …afterwards I felt really good – a positive contented feeling that lasted the rest of the day.
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