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Shopping…If It’s Hard For Them, It’s Hard For Us
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The Average American woman (and it’s about the same for the British) wears a size 14 or 16, the range where plus size begins. Now I know a few of us girls can fit into a size 8 or 10, but you are the lucky ones. Just look at the pics on any of our […]

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One Dress for all Occasions
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Yes there is a dress that will take you from casual to classy with minimum effort, one where you can create infinite styles for all occasions with a little imagination and a few helpful how tos, the so called Convertible (or Infinity) dress. Take a hint from Kate Middleton and learn how to reuse a […]

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White in Winter is Chic
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There’s something romantic about the sight of snow; its bright, light-reflecting nature makes all of this cold uplifting (almost). So take it as inspiration to tap into a winter white mood, and an opportunity to dress up in the cold. While it may feel counterintuitive to the no-white-after-Labor-Day rule (which we don’t believe in, anyway), […]

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How To Fake a Smaller Waist
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The impression of a smaller waist is essential to the most favored hourglass figure, so if you are a fortunate 20-30-40 year old somethings lady that can squeeze into a size 8 to 10 dress, read no further. However many of us are not so fortunate and we have figures with some tummy on us […]

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How To Dress Sexy on Valentine’s Day
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Crossdressers hardly need to learn to dress sexily, but if you want to do it with a little bit of class, then read on. When going out for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner, you want to look sexy, but not too exposed?  Here are some tips to look alluring, not desperate at 40, 50 and beyond […]

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Add Some Feminine Charm to Look Girly
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Although we don’t always admit it, most crossdressers would rather err on the side of looking girly than not. After all, are we not trying to achieve that feminine charm that resides in our minds?  Some of the current trends have that air of toughness about them (studs, menswear, the military look and even minimalism), […]

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A Medieval Bra – The Missing Link
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Originally published in the Guardian This morning, millions of women got up and put on a bra – push-up, plunge, balconette, in myriad colors and shapes (see All About Bras). What you do with your breasts when dressing is a question women have dealt with for a good 100,000 years, as long as we’ve worn […]

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The Best Street Style Looks From 2013
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From fashion editors to bloggers, street style ensembles have fast become the new catwalks. Check out 25 of the best looks of 2013 according to Marie Claire. Actually, some of these looks I wouldn’t be caught dead in and others, well, just not me. But a few are cute or chic and of are a […]

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Some Thoughts on the Best Dress for your Body
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This article was originally written by a bridal shop but adapted here for the unique challenges of the transgender woman. Shopping for a dress is fun but it can be overwhelming too. Knowing basic dress silhouettes and body types and understanding how they flatter your figure will help. Remember: How you feel in that dress […]

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Mermaids in Fashion
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The history of mermaids dates back to 1000 BC. They were prevalent in Greek mythology. They are in 16th century British folklore and there are stories throughout both Eastern and Western Europe, so it’s no wonder that these fantasies perpetuate throughout time. We have the statute of the Littlest Mermaid at the entrance to Copenhagen […]

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Put On Your Pants, Ladies
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When one of the girls in the TSNE (Tri-Ess New England) group commented that 70% of women wear slacks all the time, I challenged her on the statistic. She admitted to it being just her personal observation. My interest was piqued though because CDs constantly complain that women are not feminine enough. Then one of […]

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Looking Tomboy Chic
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Candy and I may love the “girly” look, but it’s not for everyone. My friend, Patty, for instance, is just not the type. She would look silly, or worse, if she tried…not her personality. So what is a girl to do if paper dolls and frilly skirts aren’t your forte. Well, you may be in […]

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I’m 87 and Love Miniskirts
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There’s  a new video called Fabulous Fashionistas produced in the UK, and based on a BBC Channel 4 program by the same name. This  brilliant, not-to-be-missed show stars six inspirational women whose average age is 80. It’s Director, Sue Bourne,  has an impressive track-record to include a series on law-breaking pensioners called Bus Pass Bandits and […]

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So You Want to be “Girly”
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One of my subscribers, Candy Kowal, actually got me to thinking in this direction when she posted an article, Just for the Love of Being Girly, in the members Suite of Sister House. Isn’t this what so much of cross-dressing is all about,  looking feminine. Not all the current trends will lead you in that […]

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What’s the Right Necklace for Your Neckline
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Reprint from Imogene Lamport of InsideOutStyl Blog and her always professional expertise on putting things together.   Different necklines look better with certain necklace styles. Turtle necks – best with longer necklaces Crew necks – best with short necklaces such as necklace ‘collar’ or bib styles Scoop necks – fill in the space with multiple […]

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How To Create Great Outfits With Fall Trends
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Reah Norman is a plus-size blogger that I recently started to follow and she actually works in the fashion industry as a stylist’ As a plus-size stylist, she understands more than many how clothes should come together and how to accessorize for the best effect. She solves one of the more difficult issues for most […]

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