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Change clothes and go

Hi All,

I’m an effort to have more of a life I have been going out after work at least once a week. It’s been great as I get to meet my new man, and I also getting to live a little! (Yay for living). As part of that I don’t always want to be out wearing my work clothes. Although they are comfortable and I do dress well for work, it’s nice to relax and wear something fresh. Makes you feel like you have put effort in, and can get out of the clothes you’ve been wearing and working in all day. This means I have to be proactive with what clothes I take (I don’t like creases) and where I can get changed into said clothes.

I have therefore mastered the art of the quick change in the toilets. Not the most glamourous place to get changed, but it’s effective. Thankfully there are clean toilets in the places where I work, which helps a lot as I don’t like smelly toilets (I will turn around and hold it all in!). It’s not too difficult to get changed in a cubicle either. You may get some strange looks as people walk in and see you doing your hair (I’m sorry you don’t look this good), but other than that it’s been fine. It also gives an opportunity to have what I call a ‘sluts shower.’ This includes some antiseptic wipes that you use to basically freshen up the sweaty areas of the day (I’m looking at you here balls and pits). It really does make you feel like you have made an effort, which is the most important thing. Also you don’t have to worry about smelling bad, which is a turn off in my books. Unless you are my new man, where his man smell is just amazing! I carry some essential toiletries to help with the rest. If you don’t have an atomiser of your signature spray you should definitely get one, it’s so handy. Also some good hand cream to get away dry hands and make you feel fresh too.

Once finished I can relax, re-pack my bag and I’m ready to go for a night on the town. I make things easier by wearing the same belt, carrying light shoes and wearing the same jacket. It surprisingly keeps things easy to carry on the trains in the morning, and I don’t have to lug it round all night either. This has worked for summer, but as the days get colder I will have to get more and more inventive with my outfits to reduce bulk and still look good. Or I could do the easy thing and just sashay from work as is, but I like to mix it up a little too.

I look forward to more nights out and more outfits to put together that won’t crease in my bag :).

A
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