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What age do you dress?

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Guest CLAIRE100

I'm 61 and I dress age appropriate, and conservative I have started wearing womens clothing on a regular basis mostly womens dockers pants and polo shirts along with womens oxford cloth shirts and have recently added a gold chain ,and bracelet, never wore jewelery before.I know these are baby steps but they make me feel good and my therapist has encouraged me to do so.

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Guest emma15

I'm 27 going on 20 :lol: I love wearing cute little skirts and sundresses you would see out on your local college campus. What can I say...I'm a college girl at heart.

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Guest heather47

I dress as though I'm in my twenties. I love wearing dresses and short skirts.

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Guest heather47

I think I dress younger because I'm making up for lost years

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Guest rita63

I will probably dress like a 63 year old woman with descent legs and a fairly normal rectangle body (need a little help to pull in the tum and exercise to create a bum). But I am just starting out and a bit of a kid in a candy store, ohh look at that thats pretty.

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Guest Amber90

I'm 21, and so far, I've stuck to dressing within my age group. However, I've only just started experimenting with crossdressing - and have resorted to secretly buying clothes from an online store - which means I'm still toying around with the different kinds of outfits that are on offer. So far, I've mostly been buying the petite dresses that you find young girls wearing in nightclubs. Of course, my taste in clothes will more than likely change as I begin to play around with fashion and styles more frequently.

So long as you like what you wear, then it doesn't matter whether it's intended for a 15 or an 80 year old, you're on the right track :)

Amber

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Guest Augi - PS90

As it stands? Raver, Goth, somewhere in there... mid 20's which thankfully matches real age :P

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Guest rikkicd64

I will probably dress like a 63 year old woman with descent legs and a fairly normal rectangle body (need a little help to pull in the tum and exercise to create a bum). But I am just starting out and a bit of a kid in a candy store, ohh look at that thats pretty.

hugs rita

Hi Rita,me at age 65 am still like a kid in a candy store,I have been out over a year now and I love shopping and like you"ohh that's pretty"is just plain fun,I love being a woman more and more every day.

Rikki....

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Guest brendastevens

I tend to dress conservatively. I have always so admired girls and woman...just the girl next door look..and the look which makes me feel so wonderfully feminine when I dress. So I love soft flowing dresses, blouses and skirts, knee length for the most part. But the joy of just transforming myself into this wonderful feminine person I call Brenda is so completely overpowering and so so joyful. But for me to dress in lovely silky lingerie, to wear slips and nylons under my dresses, to simply walk in a regular heels, to just feel like a woman...Love it...to just look like the girls I so admired growing up so many years ago...does it for me.

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Brenda

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Guest LIKETODRESS2

I am 39 and and i dress like a gilr who is in her late 20 or ealry 30s would dres

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