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Clothing for Male to Female Transvestites

Clothes are a double-edged sword, in that they can be the most exciting part of cross-dressing and also one of the most intimidating. Women's sizes aren't measured in the same way that men's are, so before you can do anything you'll need to figure out what size you are. From there, you'll have to find styles and colors that are flattering and make you look feminine. This guide will walk you through the basics.

Sizing

The sizes for women's clothing will differ depending on where you are. Keep that in mind if you find a dress you lust for being sold in an American size when you only know your UK size.

Luckily, charts are available for sizing and figuring all of this out. A good investment for any transvestite is a cloth measuring tape. Your bust, waist, and hips are the most important measurements when it comes to buying women's clothing, though your height is going to factor in as well.

Keep in mind that you'll want to get your bust measurement while you're wearing a bra and whatever prosthetic breasts you intend on wearing. Getting a blouse that fits your flat chest won't do you much good if you want to go out with a well-stuffed bra. The same can be said for your waist if you intend to wear a girdle or some other sort of waist-cinching device.

Styles

Now that you know what size to wear, it's a matter of finding the clothes you want, right? Not quite. There's a little more to it than that and this is a big reason why when women go shopping they like to try everything on first.

Because women's clothing is meant to accentuate a feminine figure, it's important to ensure that the clothes you get are going to accentuate your figure properly. Blouses and dresses with V-shaped necklines will help make your shoulders look narrower and draw attention to your chest. Stripes are generally good to avoid, as horizontal ones on your upper body will make you look wider, while vertical ones will exaggerate your height.

Waistlines that sit low on your hips will elongate your torso and make your hips look narrow, which may be great if you're short and plump but in other cases will simply be unflattering. A long, sleek look that is forgiving of height and an angular body can be achieved by choosing blouses or jackets that come down to crotch level. Not only does this mask the width of your waist, but it will help imply a bit more curve to your hips and backside.

What styles you're comfortable with and that look good on you are likely things you'll figure out over a great deal of time and some trial and error. Sometimes what seems like the perfect outfit in theory ends up looking awful. Simply trying on lots of clothes and experimenting will help you get through this learning period. If you have a friend with an eye for female fashions who'd be willing to help out, you could save yourself a lot of trouble.

One thing to keep in mind is that women's magazines and blogs will often have articles about how to mask certain body flaws by choosing the right clothes. These can be absolutely invaluable for you and new ones will always be on top of current fashions.

Other Tips

Accessories are often overlooked, but they're one of the best things you can do for completing an outfit. Bracelets, earrings, a scarf, or a well chosen hat can transform your look into an eye-catching bit of glamor. Remember that jewelry can add a subtle and very feminine look to any outfit. It can also be very versatile, as you can mix and match different sets for going with new outfits.

The one item that will complete any look, however, is your handbag. Find at least one that appeals and can be used with multiple outfits, but it would be better to have several. There is nothing more iconic of a woman out on the town for a night of fun than that handbag clutched in her well-manicured hand.



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