If you enjoy crossdressing or embracing your feminine side as a transgender woman, you probably love the feeling of being all dolled up!
There are endless options for expressing your feminine style – whether your look is girly girl, classic, bombshell, or something entirely unique.
However, it’s essential to know what to avoid wearing.
Whether you dress as a woman full time or just occasionally, here are 7 things not to wear when presenting yourself as a woman.
1. A Too-Short Skirt That Rides Up
Most crossdressers and transgender women have gorgeous legs that look amazing in short skirts and dresses.
But if your skirt is so short that you have to constantly tug to keep it from riding up, it’s a definite NO. There’s nothing more distracting than seeing an otherwise attractive woman struggling with her clothes.
2. A Poor Quality Wig
Your hair is one of the first things people notice about you. If you wear a cheap or worn-out looking wig, you’ll likely attract the wrong kind of attention.
To avoid this, invest in a high-quality wig and take good care of it. This way, you can ensure that you always make a positive impression with your hair.
3. Ill-Fitting Undies
Ill-fitting bras and panties aren’t just uncomfortable; they can create unsightly bulges and wrinkles under your clothes. Who wants that?
Believe it or not, about 80% of women wear the wrong bra size. So, there’s a good chance you might be wearing an ill-fitting bra too.
But don’t worry, you can find your proper bra size with some helpful tips. Check out this article for guidance: How to Find Your MTF Bra Size (Transgender/Crossdressing Tips).
4. Too Much Perfume
The perfect perfume can make you feel irresistibly feminine, but it shouldn’t be so strong that it becomes overpowering to others.
A simple rule of thumb is to apply 2 spritzes to 1-2 areas of your body, like your wrists and neck – never exceeding a total of 5 spritzes.
5. Shoes You Can’t Walk In
Sexy stilettos are a surefire way to look and feel gorgeous – but only if you can walk in them! If you have trouble walking in heels, try these tips:
- Stick with heels 3” or lower
- Wear shoes with thicker heels (skinny heels are much harder to balance in)
- Avoid thick platforms
6. Too Much Makeup
When it comes to makeup, less is more. A soft, natural look is always more feminine and flattering than overdoing it.
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7. Worn Out Clothes or Accessories
It’s hard to feel like a poised and polished woman in scuffed shoes or a stretched out bra.
Take a good look at your clothes, undies, and accessories and either repair, donate, or toss anything past its prime.
While I’m not a big believer in fashion rules, I think we can all agree that these items do nothing to enhance your feminine image.
So what do you think of my list? Is there anything else you would add? I’d love to hear from you, so please share in the comments below!
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