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Dressing Up, Dressing Down

Am I dressed too casual?


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Visitor Comments: 52

(50) Anonymous, April 24, 2012 5:18 AM

I agree.

Where we live, people often make fun of some of the Walmart customers for showing up to the store in weird and slovenly get ups. Many women, even older women and heavy women, go around with sweats or skimpy outfits with lots of tattoes or piercings. Their bodies are hanging out for the world to see and truthfuly, most of the world would prefer to see a little less.

(49) Kathe, February 24, 2012 2:56 PM

Lori, I just love your clothes so I was a little disappointed to see what outfit you were wearing! Yes, I vote too casual, but only because I enjoy seeing other people's clothing to get ideas for my own. You have a beautiful wardrobe!

(48) Jack (Yaakov), February 22, 2012 2:59 PM


Yes, your daughter is right! Casually down the tubes we do.

(47) Christopher, February 16, 2012 6:34 PM

Comfort Counts

People are just to quick to judge others from the outside when it's what's on the inside that actually counts. I dress comfortably and modestly and if someone wants to point their finger in judgment at me that's fine. They still have three more pointing back at their self. If they don't like me just because of my clothes than they have more problems than I do. By the way, you look marvelous in th video. Thanks for sharing.

(46) Donna, February 16, 2012 5:09 AM

Casual Dress, or Not?

I feel that we have become too casual in dress, manners, addressing our elders, and our various governing people. People have little respect for others, their property, their government, and/or even for life. Not teaching children"to respect their elders," children have no concept of Respect for a HIGHER BEING to whom we OWE respect and awe and we treat HIM casually too!!

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