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On ‎4‎/‎8‎/‎2019 at 2:13 PM, swedeheeler said:

If i came into your office and asked for job, would you hire me? ;)

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Would hire you on the spot....

4 hours ago, bambam said:

I love this look.

Me too, just the sort of look I would love to achieve...Masculine and super confident.

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3 minutes ago, Bootslover29 said:

Today's look

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excellent work!

If my opinion is worth anything - I love it. Ornamented toe too? And clock heels are on trend too !

Knee high hosiery - stockings are uncomfortable under pants? I reckon go bare feet too - would look great as well.

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I tried to match your outfits! 

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2 hours ago, Pierre1961 said:

I tried to match your outfits! 

 

Almost as good as mine ;)

That beats me up how small my shoes looks comparing to yours. Did you take your normal size? And whats your size?

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My normal size is EU 43. I took 44 and it fits perfectly. 

But i prefer yours as mines look à bit too large. 

And I also prefer your jacket,shorter than mine. And your jean also. Mine is too long. 

In my eyes you are the winner 

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Thank you Pierre. Looks like I have to shove them on with bigger socks and more stretching spray to get them even better. It helped a lot yesterday :)

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Big socks work but can be painful. Maybe thin ones first. 

I use to wet the inside  of the shoes with warm water. It works perfectly. But with Suede leather I wonder. If the water goes through,then some marks could appear. So? 

time will do its job. 

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Posted (edited)

I used stretch spray and some socks yesterday, helped a lot :)

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8 hours ago, Bootslover29 said:

Today's look

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Pretty darn decent! Those shoes look seriously sharp!

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Thanks for the coments!

I'm used to wear stockings because I often change my outfit during the day. I drive a lot and is more comfortable in skirt.

Variation with the same trousers and heels

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Or with a skirt and oxford

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On 4/8/2019 at 11:13 AM, swedeheeler said:

If i came into your office and asked for job, would you hire me? ;)

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Late to the game but here goes. I don’t yet know if I would hire you. I’m an engineer (now retired) so I would investigate your education, experience, and learned/retained technical skills. I’d also investigate your willingness and propensity to work collaboratively. As to attire - is it clean and well-fitting, and at least somewhat coordinated (yours looks like it is.)

That is all!

Logjam

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4 hours ago, Bootslover29 said:

Thanks for the coments!

I'm used to wear stockings because I often change my outfit during the day. I drive a lot and is more comfortable in skirt.

Variation with the same trousers and heels

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Or with a skirt and oxford

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I’m a huge fan of the trousers look!

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7 hours ago, Logjam said:

Late to the game but here goes. I don’t yet know if I would hire you. I’m an engineer (now retired) so I would investigate your education, experience, and learned/retained technical skills. I’d also investigate your willingness and propensity to work collaboratively. As to attire - is it clean and well-fitting, and at least somewhat coordinated (yours looks like it is.)

That is all!

Logjam

Well as a answer to that I'd say that I work as a contractor, stupid 'nuff to understand how things work :biggrin: as my occupation demands me to know electricity, piping, thermodynamics and mechanics.

And not forgotten. Thank @pebblesf, @bambam and @CAT for the comments :)

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8 hours ago, swedeheeler said:

Well as a answer to that I'd say that I work as a contractor, stupid 'nuff to understand how things work :biggrin: as my occupation demands me to know electricity, piping, thermodynamics and mechanics.

And not forgotten. Thank @pebblesf, @bambam and @CAT for the comments :)

Well then - - You could work in the steel industry - - but they still wouldn't hire you if you showed up as in your picture.

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On 4/11/2019 at 1:47 PM, Bootslover29 said:

Thanks for the coments!

I'm used to wear stockings because I often change my outfit during the day. I drive a lot and is more comfortable in skirt.

Variation with the same trousers and heels

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Or with a skirt and oxford

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=> Always perfect

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So I am trying a few new looks. Here is the elana pant with 37 inseam from Alloy. A Lululemon long sleeve jacket over a Nike dry fit top. What do you think. 

Pleaser Spectator platform booties 5 inch heel. Outfit is very comfy 

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Another with a skirt instead of pants

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