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Personal Dress Code

December 14 2003 at 10:04 PM
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Glenda  (no login)
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While I believe in the ideals of bra / top freedom we do have to take into consideration time and place within our cultural settings while we are trying to change our culture acceptance (or maybe, I am just not confident enough to do whatever I want just anywhere(?)).

I am bra-free 100% of the time ... at church (and weddings, funerals, etc.) it is least obvious because I am more formally dressed; and at an informal church settings I would be more selective in what I would wear but would still not wear anything under. At work, with very thin material and see-thru, I wear a camisole, otherwise nothing under. All other circustances it's nothing under except a camisole for see-thru. When I am ecorted by my husband, anywhere, I am at my most confident and anything could happen.

Does anyone else have self imposed guidlines?

 
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  1. You said it wonderfully ..... - Anudist on Dec 14, 2003
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  3. Personal dress code - Kelli on Dec 15, 2003
    1. kelli rereading your post - kath on Dec 20, 2003
     
  4. Personal Dress Code - Mike on Dec 15, 2003
    1. Personal Dress Code - Glenda on Dec 15, 2003
      1. Personal Dress Code - Mike on Dec 15, 2003
     
  5. Re: Personal Dress Code - Mona on Dec 16, 2003
    1. Personal Dress Code - Mike on Dec 17, 2003
    2. Gofing and breasts - John Bayko on Dec 17, 2003
     
  6. simple rules and future - kath on Dec 17, 2003
    1. Re: simple rules and future - Glenda on Dec 17, 2003
      1. camis - kath on Dec 17, 2003
        1. Re: camis - Glenda on Dec 17, 2003
    2. Yay!!!! - michaela on Dec 17, 2003
      1. Re: Yay!!!! - kath on Dec 17, 2003
     
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