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I am about to go on an epic adventure. I have never told anyone about cross dressing then everyone on this site. I love to crossdress but I have like no clothes lol. This weekend I told my sister I had this big bet that I had to dress up in panties with nice girly shoes and wear a cute outfit and make up. She believed me so now I am going to the mall to try on clothes and get a nice outfit. I really love buttons and collars. I cant wait to find one. Any advice to how I should wear it? Please comment and if anyone has any free old dresses that are very cute please talk to me about them !!!

CANT WAIT LOL MY very first time = )

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