Jump to content
  • Welcome to the TransPulse Forums!

    We offer a safe, inclusive community for transgender and gender non-conforming folks, as well as their loved ones, to find support and information.  Join today!

What are you wearing today?


Ann W

Recommended Posts

5 minutes ago, Hannah Renee said:

Guess I'll pile on @Lennethas well. Love the look. Next Friday I will have my first hairdresser experience. Haven't cut my hair at all in 2 years.

 

I don't have any pictures of what I'm wearing today, since I'm on day 3 of 4 having to wear non transgender visibility clothing. Depressing, actually.


Well I hope you love it!  And @Elizabeth Star, I took a page from your style book!

 

E30E0720-7780-4AA8-9206-4FA5675AF044.thumb.jpeg.b10c7c54b6da0d23f23258d86e3929a4.jpeg

 

0EB52F5E-E35C-491D-8581-CE82FE6D917D.thumb.jpeg.a03b183317438898bc404f17f55fa289.jpeg

 

FCAA52FD-E6DB-4409-8107-BEE669280D8D.thumb.jpeg.52400e0c6eee04c1ca7b13018f262a63.jpeg

Link to comment
  • Replies 4.5k
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

  • Bri2020

    518

  • Elizabeth Star

    463

  • Jackie C.

    446

  • Teri Anne

    417

Top Posters In This Topic

Posted Images

4 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

Agreed lenneth, your hair look like it frames your face well compared to some of the before pics.  How was your experience?  I LOVE getting my hair cut. The whole growing it out thing for the last couple years has meant only 2 trips a year to the salon though.  I do have one next week.  YEA

Katie- those shoes are adorbs!

Would look great with capris or shorts as well.

For as much hair as I have, there is a noticeable thinning in the back up by the crown. I can mask it with a messy bun or if I style it just right but alas, I started HRT a couple years to late. the FFS helped with the receding temples.  I don't think my hair has continued to thin though.  I've considered whether it's worth it to do a light hair transplant procedure. I benefit from being tall so most people wouldn't notice anyways.

 


It does fame it more!  My stylist did that on purpose and layered the back more.  She did fight to straighten it, but it’s easier to lean into the curls now.  I am much happier!  Thank you!

Link to comment
10 minutes ago, Lenneth said:


Well I hope you love it!  And @Elizabeth Star, I took a page from your style book!

 

E30E0720-7780-4AA8-9206-4FA5675AF044.thumb.jpeg.b10c7c54b6da0d23f23258d86e3929a4.jpeg

 

0EB52F5E-E35C-491D-8581-CE82FE6D917D.thumb.jpeg.a03b183317438898bc404f17f55fa289.jpeg

 

FCAA52FD-E6DB-4409-8107-BEE669280D8D.thumb.jpeg.52400e0c6eee04c1ca7b13018f262a63.jpeg

OMG!! I love them! I wish I could find more cute boots in my size.

Link to comment

I literally just threw his together to go visit a friend after work. I stopped at a smoke shop on the way over. As I was walking across the parking lot a random car stopped next to me and woman who was driving said she was obsessed with my outfit.  When I was in the shop the cashier complimented me on my outfit as well. Although I think she may have also been hitting on me.as well. I'm still a little too dense to pick up on these things. Regardless, I got two unsolicited compliments in less then 5 minutes.

 

 

IMG_6338.jpeg

Link to comment
14 hours ago, Ticket For Epic said:

Well, I did it, I shaved the mask I've worn for almost 19 years!  I have sooooo much more nose than I remember!!!  Lol

That’s great! Remember that you will always be your own worst critic. I promise you won’t miss the Bearded Mask. 
 

Hugs,

 

Mindy🐛🏳️‍⚧️🦋

Link to comment

@Lenneth @Elizabeth Star Gorgeous boots!  Both of you!!  I've been having a real problem finding shoes in my size...  that I like.

14 minutes ago, Mmindy said:

Remember that you will always be your own worst critic. I

We are indeed!  Thanks I needed the reminder.  All I see is NOSE!...  and brow ridge.   I was however, pleasantly surprised by my chin and jaw line, I hadn't realized how much I was shaping my face with the beard.

Link to comment
14 hours ago, Ticket For Epic said:

Well, I did it, I shaved the mask I've worn for almost 19 years! 

That was me too.  It was a big deal to me at the time.

Kept some of the hair to burn from time to time when I feel the need.

Link to comment
15 hours ago, Elizabeth Star said:

I literally just threw his together to go visit a friend after work. I stopped at a smoke shop on the way over. As I was walking across the parking lot a random car stopped next to me and woman who was driving said she was obsessed with my outfit.  When I was in the shop the cashier complimented me on my outfit as well. Although I think she may have also been hitting on me.as well. I'm still a little too dense to pick up on these things. Regardless, I got two unsolicited compliments in less then 5 minutes.

 

 

IMG_6338.jpeg

 

See?  You got style!   I got some compliments on my boots, but for just "throwing that together" I'd say you've got a gift.  I love the casual "bad girl" look you have going on there too.  Sort of a "Yeah, I'm cool and I know it" vibe.

Link to comment
4 hours ago, Ticket For Epic said:

@Lenneth @Elizabeth Star Gorgeous boots!  Both of you!!  I've been having a real problem finding shoes in my size...  that I like.

We are indeed!  Thanks I needed the reminder.  All I see is NOSE!...  and brow ridge.   I was however, pleasantly surprised by my chin and jaw line, I hadn't realized how much I was shaping my face with the beard.

 

Shaving mine off was a big step.  I'd had it since I was a teenager.  I'd shaved it from time to time but more just to see what I looked like without it rather than wanting to get rid of it.  As a teen I looked much younger than I am which was a blow to my ego and problematic when trying to attend certain events.  I grew the beard so people saw me as older.  I remember thinking if I was afab, my breasts would have done that without hair being on my face.  But I got so used to it it became a part of the whole "male" persona.  The battle to keep it off while I try to get more permanent solutions is a hard one, but worth it, I feel.  I'm glad you took the step and I'm totally behind you!

Link to comment

heading out to see a sister trio band called "Joseph". I got this crushed wool "moto" jacket the other day when I went to the consignment shop.  Wearing a mock wrap plunging top underneath. I love it when my hair comes out exactly the way I wanted it. That is not always a given with this mane. lol

IMG_3057.thumb.jpg.d3743d98d3e4448c81a6c9bc6d3c846b.jpg

Link to comment
6 minutes ago, Bri2020 said:

heading out to see a sister trio band called "Joseph". I got this crushed wool "moto" jacket the other day when I went to the consignment shop.  Wearing a mock wrap plunging top underneath. I love it when my hair comes out exactly the way I wanted it. That is not always a given with this mane. lol

IMG_3057.thumb.jpg.d3743d98d3e4448c81a6c9bc6d3c846b.jpg

Another asymmetric statement. I love the look, very feminine and chic, in my view. I haven't yet been able to fully embrace the waves and kinks in my hair just yet. I'm anxious to see what the stylist can come up on Friday.

Link to comment
51 minutes ago, Bri2020 said:

heading out to see a sister trio band called "Joseph". I got this crushed wool "moto" jacket the other day when I went to the consignment shop.  Wearing a mock wrap plunging top underneath. I love it when my hair comes out exactly the way I wanted it. That is not always a given with this mane. lol

IMG_3057.thumb.jpg.d3743d98d3e4448c81a6c9bc6d3c846b.jpg

 

Cute jacket & nice tagine!

Link to comment

Trivia night fundraiser event.

 

Our tables’ theme was “garden tea party”

 

we scored middle-low of the pack in trivia, but we had great food!!

 

16CF0E20-7E07-428A-B77D-6F68F0A32F55.jpeg

Link to comment
1 hour ago, Maddee said:

Trivia night fundraiser event.

 

Our tables’ theme was “garden tea party”

 

we scored middle-low of the pack in trivia, but we had great food!!

 

16CF0E20-7E07-428A-B77D-6F68F0A32F55.jpeg

You scored top tier on your outfit though! You look amazing!

Link to comment

Spent the day road tripping with my local bestie down the Chesapeake coast to pick up a 20 ft boat trailer with my SUV for him. Wore this outfit plus my cute fleece coat as needed. Got down there and the seller was ultra cool, had some nice questions and we were all talking boats and planes and fun stuff for like an hour. Not uncomfortable at all, even working on the trailer without getting dirty lol.

 

What blew me away, was when I was driving home with the deal closed and in tow my friend told me the story of the deal. He was talking with the guy a couple days prior and said "just so you know, my mechanic friend is transgender. If that offends you I will be willing to call the deal off with no hard feelings. If it does not bother you, then we will see you saturday." The seller responded, "I appreciate your honesty and of course you both are welcome with me. How's about taking the price from $800 down to $600 because I don't want to have to deal with the rednecks that would be inline for it otherwise."

 

That made an already fun day even better :)💯

51948850928_6ac9aa824e_o.jpg

Link to comment
2 hours ago, Maddee said:

Trivia night fundraiser event.

 

Our tables’ theme was “garden tea party”

 

we scored middle-low of the pack in trivia, but we had great food!!

 

16CF0E20-7E07-428A-B77D-6F68F0A32F55.jpeg

You look absolutely stunning ❤️

Link to comment

Out at my favorite snack bar in Naha, Okinawa, Japan. The bottles in the back are called, "Keeps." Regular customers--like me!--all have their own bottle. You pour your own drinks, and only pay for the bottle. When I'm lucky, I'm invited to other people's table and can drink from their keep. Actually, that happens a lot. LOL.

 

IMG_6415.thumb.jpg.d2c799f7bcc43d8075810ff2e11c1ecd.jpgIMG_6411.thumb.jpeg.6504f9e4fe58c8b0d9b23c201ddac206.jpegIMG_6409.thumb.jpeg.7466e05d379583fa83cc1a3d97914d25.jpeg

Link to comment

OMG...my boobs are here.  (so awesome!)

IMG_20220403_014347263.thumb.jpg.943364832612d9c8c097fc493bf49e30.jpg

 

Tonight was the first time I went on stage with my body really showing.  I started with a turtleneck on, but it got too hot, so off it went, and I just leaned into it and gave my best girl on guitar performance.  My fear just dropped away and I had such a great time.  Nothing but good vibes!  This is going to be so much fun moving forward.  My band is doing really well, and nobody has a problem with my super power.  It feels like all my dreams are coming true.  I still breakdown and cry sometimes, but it's all worth it.

IMG_20220403_012903213.thumb.jpg.83ba8feb15079a0f80197d58e16652f5.jpgIMG_20220403_013800896.thumb.jpg.4415f9a30e75b8d37e61273e98b74be6.jpg

Link to comment

Not today 

but this is what I wore yesterday at work (only in the Radar.

20220317_124813.jpg

20220209_124603.jpg

Link to comment
8 hours ago, SaraB said:

How's about taking the price from $800 down to $600 because I don't want to have to deal with the rednecks that would be inline for it otherwise."

 

That made an already fun day even better :)💯

51948850928_6ac9aa824e_o.jpg

That's a great story and I love that top! Yea, down by the bay there are a lot of redneck -censored-. I don't live far from there.

7 hours ago, Kasumi63 said:

Out at my favorite snack bar in Naha, Okinawa, Japan. The bottles in the back are called, "Keeps." Regular customers--like me!--all have their own bottle. You pour your own drinks, and only pay for the bottle. When I'm lucky, I'm invited to other people's table and can drink from their keep. Actually, that happens a lot. LOL.

 

IMG_6415.thumb.jpg.d2c799f7bcc43d8075810ff2e11c1ecd.jpgIMG_6411.thumb.jpeg.6504f9e4fe58c8b0d9b23c201ddac206.jpegIMG_6409.thumb.jpeg.7466e05d379583fa83cc1a3d97914d25.jpeg

ON FIRE!!! I'm sure you get drinks bought for you in that dress!

1 hour ago, Ann W said:

OMG...my boobs are here.  (so awesome!)

IMG_20220403_014347263.thumb.jpg.943364832612d9c8c097fc493bf49e30.jpg

 

Tonight was the first time I went on stage with my body really showing.  I started with a turtleneck on, but it got too hot, so off it went, and I just leaned into it and gave my best girl on guitar performance.  My fear just dropped away and I had such a great time.  Nothing but good vibes!  This is going to be so much fun moving forward.  My band is doing really well, and nobody has a problem with my super power.  It feels like all my dreams are coming true.  I still breakdown and cry sometimes, but it's all worth it.

 

Ann, this makes me cry.  It wasn't long ago you had you "real you wardrobe" locked up. You've come a long way in the last 2 years! When you band starts road tripping to the east coast I want to know!

Link to comment
2 hours ago, Mr Wilma said:

Not today 

but this is what I wore yesterday at work (only in the Radar.

20220317_124813.jpg20220209_124603.jpg

OMG so retro and sexy!

 

Link to comment
1 hour ago, Bri2020 said:

OMG so retro and sexy!

 

Thank you Bri2020 , I think retro is my age niche...lol

Link to comment
13 hours ago, Maddee said:

Trivia night fundraiser event.

 

Our tables’ theme was “garden tea party”

 

we scored middle-low of the pack in trivia, but we had great food!!

 

16CF0E20-7E07-428A-B77D-6F68F0A32F55.jpeg

Wow Maddee! You look wonderful. 

Hugs

 

11 hours ago, SaraB said:

What blew me away, was when I was driving home with the deal closed and in tow my friend told me the story of the deal. He was talking with the guy a couple days prior and said "just so you know, my mechanic friend is transgender. If that offends you I will be willing to call the deal off with no hard feelings. If it does not bother you, then we will see you saturday." The seller responded, "I appreciate your honesty and of course you both are welcome with me. How's about taking the price from $800 down to $600 because I don't want to have to deal with the rednecks that would be inline for it otherwise."

 

That made an already fun day even better

That’s great SaraB. You look fantastic too. 
 

Mindy🐛🏳️‍⚧️

Link to comment

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Who's Online   7 Members, 0 Anonymous, 82 Guests (See full list)

    • Miss Robin
    • Mmindy
    • Davie
    • Colleen Henderson
    • VickySGV
    • awkward-yet-sweet
    • Heather Nicole
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.

  • Forum Statistics

    • Total Topics
      77.5k
    • Total Posts
      729.3k
  • Member Statistics

    • Total Members
      10,222
    • Most Online
      8,356

    Suraj Sharma
    Newest Member
    Suraj Sharma
    Joined
  • Today's Birthdays

    1. abstractemp
      abstractemp
      (26 years old)
    2. Aeroswift99
      Aeroswift99
    3. Kelly2509
      Kelly2509
      (47 years old)
    4. Willow
      Willow
      (74 years old)
  • Posts

    • VickySGV
      I fully agree that this is best discussed with the child's parents.  It may also be something more important to you really than the child. In my early day's I had one young child that way in my life and comments of that nature were just the child's way of showing interest and concern in me.  
    • KymmieL
      Thanks to all my family here on TP. You are the best. @Mmindythat would be great for all of us to have coffee, together. we would have to warn were ever we went to make sure they had enough coffee for us.   @Willow Happy Birthday, my girlfriend.   Hugs to you all.   Kymmie
    • Colleen Henderson
      I've been devoting time lately to my late-in-life hobby: an on-line radio station. I spent 13 years in the industry back in the 80s and early 90s, both out on the air and in copywriting and production. In terms of audience, I'm pretty much targeting people close to or in my age group. I think the scientific term is "fossils".   I'm getting positive feedback from this toy of mine. It turns out that when you do something just for fun it can impact people in a positive way. Who knew?
    • Mara.something
      Hello,   One of my best friends has an autistic 11-year-old. I have known them for about seven years. When I transitioned 18 months ago, the child had questions about the new situation. I explained things as best as I could and answered every question. They have had no problem adjusting to my new name or my new pronouns.   But they have repeatedly made comments in my presence like "when is she going to sound like a woman?"   I have had two conversations about this topic previously with her. I tried "well, I have been speaking this way for fifty years and it has been very hard to change." Then I tried "not all women have to sound a certain way in order to be women." Neither has been effective. Is there another line I am not thinking of that will be clearer? Or is this just going to be an eternal thing?   I do not feel my attempts at voice feminization have been very successful, so when I am among friends I often don't try very hard. I am not angry when they make these comments, but it does hurt a little when I am reminded of the fact that I am 'different' than other woman in their eyes.   I intend to discuss this more with their parents, but I wanted to get any tips from y'all before I do so.   thanks in advance!    
    • Mmindy
      Coffees for all. I wish we could really have coffee together. I would even make a coffee pot for the occasion.    Mindy🐛🏳️‍⚧️🦋
    • Mmindy
      That was a great read.    Mindy🐛🏳️‍⚧️🦋
    • Jani
      Wonderful news!  
    • Jani
      Kymmie I am sorry to read of your family's loss.  Hold on to your family.   Jani 
    • Ivy
      Kymmie- sorry for your loss.  It must have been a shock to you all.
    • Cyndee
      @KymmieLSorry to read about your Brother in law Kymmie, how tragic, thoughts be with you and your family.    @WillowHappy birthday young lady   Cyndee 
    • Mmindy
      Good afternoon everyone,    @KymmieL I’m sorry for your family loss, and hold you and yours up in prayer.    Mindy🐛🏳️‍⚧️🦋
    • VickySGV
      While the Los Angeles area is much safer than many areas, even we have our problems from time to time.  No direct evidence in this case, and maybe none ever, but the Holiday Season with parties in many welcoming and supposedly safe places have a problem with  "Date Rape" drugging/  A Trans friend of mine whom @Carolyn Marie may know or at least know of was the victim of that a year ago. The person is a survivor but is still dealing with the physical and psychological aspects of the experience.  I am there for the person, but they are having a tough time still.  Please be careful about who you are with and what is happening to you.  Make sure there are several people with you and that all of you have each other's backs.  
    • Willow
      @KymmieL oh my!  What a terrible week for your wife.  I am so sorry.  My sincere condolences for your you, your wife and sons.   Hugs   Willow
    • Delcina B
      Welcome Jennie! Glad you're here! Happy for you being accepted by family & work! As for bad decisions & consequences, hmmm, me too. There are posts on the forum here with tips on solving some of the problems you mention. I hope you find the wonderful support, advice & acceptance here as I have.   Hugs! Delcina 
    • Marcie Jensen
      @KymmieL, I'm sorry for your loss. It's sad to lose a family member; so sad that mere words aren't adequate. It's especially hard during this time of year. You and your family will be in my prayers. May you all find the comfort and healing you need during your tie of grief.
  • Upcoming Events

Contact TransPulse

TransPulse can be contacted in the following ways:

Email: Click Here.

To report an error on this page.

Legal

Your use of this site is subject to the following rules and policies, whether you have read them or not.

Terms of Use
Privacy Policy
DMCA Policy
Community Rules

Hosting

Upstream hosting for TransPulse provided by QnEZ.

Sponsorship

Special consideration for TransPulse is kindly provided by The Breast Form Store.
×
×
  • Create New...