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Natasha

Ideas to transform masculine clothes to femenine ones

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Natasha

The title is pretty self explanatory.

I want to experiment with clothes (having my own clothes that fit my body), but still don't manage to find the courage to buy female clothes.

 

So as a work around, for experimenting at home, I was thinking that maybe I could transform some of my masculine clothes or buy some and transform them at home to fit my needs while practicing a bit of sewing, which I would like to learn.

 

For now I have transformed some boxers to look like panties. It was entertaining to do and they made me feel quite liberated while wearing them. For top underwear I still don't know how to do it though.

 

Also, I was thinking about buying aprons and transform them to skirts and dresses. I got the idea after some experimentation with an old apron I had at home and it actually looked quite well.

 

Does anyone have other ideas?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Jani

Over the years I would alway alter my jeans to fit my body better since I liked them fitted.  I remember my therapist asking at my first appointment if I was wearing women's clothing.  You can alter shirts as well to shorten the sleeves and take in the sides a little.  Look at how women's clothing is shaped and you can see the differences.  Sewing can be rewarding once you get a hold on how to do it correctly. 

 

Jani

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Charlize

I have several jean skirts that were cut and sewn from worn pants.  They are amongst my favorites but i'm sure they need a strong machine to make.  

You can also make some pretty extreme cutoffs but most women wouldn't ever wear them.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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tracy_j

I have transformed shirts in the past, taking in the waist to give a more feminine tailored look. Sewing really came into it's own though when adjusting female clothing to fit better. I have also designed and made bikini bottoms which, although looking feminine, fit the tucked male anatomy better as they have the inbuilt strength that normal bikini bottoms don't have.

 

Tracy

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