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Stuff You Always Wanted To Wear But Haven't


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Guest Joanna Phipps
Okay, I guess this shows how far I've come in the past year . . . I've been kind of fixated on Trinity in the Matrix Reloaded, especially in her assault on the Agents' building where Morpheus was being held in TM, and the motorcycle highway scene in reloaded. I don't have a Ducati, but I did just order a made to measure leather "catsuit" on Ebay this week, it will be here in about a month. I totally can't wait until the weather's just right, and I can slip on the suit, some breast forms to fill it out properly, some high-heeled boots, and go for a two-wheel ride en femme, leather-fetish style.

I've looked at, and even tried on some party dresses at Marshall's, but haven't yet found the right one (best time to go is after the New Years' holiday, when they get the remainder shipments in - I like being girly just as much as getting leathered up :^) I'll write when the suit comes in, hopefully I did all the measuring correctly!!

Kisses, KM

ooooo now i can think of some additions to that which might get some men drooling.. but the site is PG 13, pm me if you want to know

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Guest brenda lee
I always wanted to dress up like Sailor Mecury from Sailor Moon. She's so cute.

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Miss Amy , I have always wanted to wear a formal gown ,nice shoes, super ear rings and my hair done up .LOL BrendaLee

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Guest Diana Prince

I would say that I wish I would be able to dress up like wonder woman, but that one has been covered. As far as things I would like to wear but haven't... it would be a ballerina. I have always found their outfits extremely sexy.

Diana Prince (<-- wonder woman) :)

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Sailor Mercury--adorable! She's one of my favorite scouts.

-lesigh- as for me, I'm the opposite... I've always wanted an amazing, classified-out tuxedo like, well, Tuxedo Kamen had XD

But they are so expensive.

My wish list used to be 'lab coat,' but I have one now. Nhnnnh~ joy.

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I always wanted to wear all camo...with combat boots...a-and and an eye patch... I think because I have an obsession with camouflauge and I love pirates and because I want to look like a tard.

Oh yuss~

XD

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Guest Diana Prince

Actually I just thought of another one. I have always wanted to dress like a NFL cheerleader. I love how they always have silky tights on and the short skirts. The problem I have is that no costumes I have found are even close. Which brings me to a question for everyone, does anyone know of a place where you can get authentic looking NFL cheerleader costumes?

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For me it was a Wedding dress for the longest time, till I finally got to wear one, it was great WOW! I loved it, I was spinning around in it. yay!

Presently I really want wear one of those Large Dresses they wore during the Elizabethan era and to be made up too with the makeup and hair and all.. oh someday, someday..

Vivian

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I always wanted to wear a wedding dress, it has to be the most womanly outfit any girl wants eventually. Actually, I have always fantasized about being a bride at a weeding. Walking down the aisle, "I dos" and the beautiful setting, the atmosphere of love, peace, and serenity, everything about it is so fantastic!

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Guest Steph S.

I don't know if anyone has seen the new dresses available from Suddenly Femme, but they have a couple that are AWESOME!!!! Too bad my body doesn't look like theirs to pull it off! :D

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Guest Cassie S.

ive always worshiped jenny lewis's fashion sense- dresses that could easily be paper doll dresses but far more amazing in real life...and boots...amazing boots with wild leggings.

also im looking for that perfect princess outfit (shutupshutupshutup) not too crazy like something in disney movies. something practical that keeps the poof and frills lol

idk...i also secretly idolize how some of my friends dress....

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Guest Emily H
I've always wanted to wear a prom dress....big, poofy, and sexy. Even way back in high school, I remember going to the prom in a tux and just staring at all the girls all night long just like the rest of the boys. However, I was not only checking out all the beautiful girls, but I was also dreaming about which, of all the dresses I was looking at, would look the best on me!

Also, I would love to be able to wear a swimsuit and look feminine doing it. I have a reoccurring dream where I am wearing a cute schimmering blue one-piece swimsuit climbing out of a pool with water running out of my hair and down my body as I strut across the deck, gently towel off, lay back in a chair and catch some rays while everyone else walks by and admires my outfit and, of course, me! I then fall asleep under the warm sun and wake up to find myself as, well, me....lying in my own bed wondering "what if?" Hmmm, makes me want to go take a nap!

Oh my... girl,we think exactly alike!

~Andrea

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I've always had a bit of a thing for the original women's Star Trek uniforms. I love the mini-dress and the boots. I'm not actually that big a Star Trek fan either

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Guest SilverDragon

Hmm... Depends on if you can insure I'll look good in it...

If I do... defenitley a school girl outfit. Not the fetish super-short skirt v-neck top you find in anime but the real deal kind. Blue (or purple, but it has to have a good color scheme) plaid short(er) (but not scandilous) skirt and a matching polo. Tights if its cold. No tights if its breezy though (XD). Thong or bikini panties underneath. White bra. White ankle socks and black flats.

That would be fun.

If I don't.. good luck getting me out of the closet in that getup.

xD

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Guest Emily H
Hmm... Depends on if you can insure I'll look good in it...

If I do... defenitley a school girl outfit. Not the fetish super-short skirt v-neck top you find in anime but the real deal kind. Blue (or purple, but it has to have a good color scheme) plaid short(er) (but not scandilous) skirt and a matching polo. Tights if its cold. No tights if its breezy though (XD). Thong or bikini panties underneath. White bra. White ankle socks and black flats.

That would be fun.

If I don't.. good luck getting me out of the closet in that getup.

xD

*sighs* Ah, to live life as an average school girl...I'm with you on that getup!

~Andrea

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Guest Adalia

Actually I just thought of another one. I have always wanted to dress like a NFL cheerleader. I love how they always have silky tights on and the short skirts. The problem I have is that no costumes I have found are even close. Which brings me to a question for everyone, does anyone know of a place where you can get authentic looking NFL cheerleader costumes?

I want to dress like a cheerleader as well and have for many years and when I see a cheerleader i get so jealous even more jealous than when I see women in other types of outfits involving mini skirts/dresses

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Has to be a French Maid outfit. Frilly petticoat, stockings, bustier.... I love the look. I just might have to buy one.

I have one more. I can't believe this, but I have never owned a bustier with garter straps! I just love the bustier but never bought one, so.... I just got off line at VS and will have my bustier with stockings in a few days!

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Guest GwenMichelle

For me I have always wanted to wear a ballerina outfit, like either the sugar plum fairy from The Nutcracker or the swan princess from Swan Lake!

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when I was younger about from like 6yr to 12yr n still a bit today I really wanted to be a ballerina/take ballet classes(the girl way) but obviously it wasn't possible for me. ='[

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Just once I wanna dress up like an evil alice from alice in wonderland jusr darker :3 that or just gothic in general, the boots, stockings the baggy pants and the tight pink and black striped shirt under the black blouse :P just feel dark tonight.

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Guest emma15

Although I'm new to crossdressing (more like finally comfortable enough to do it :rolleyes: ) I wish I had to body to pull off the outfit Britney Spears wears in Me Against the Music....I guess now would be a good time to admit that I have an obsession with fedoras and like hats, whether I'm in guy mode or girl mode.

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