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Sorona

Hi everybody, 

In this period I feel the desire to take pictures of me with breasts and female clothes...

 

(I hope this is the correct forum Discussion)

 

I found a brand whose products seem very good to me, but the product I am looking for is sold in two versions: long or short.

 

I want to ask the forum what is the best choice, I mean, the more manageable when you want to appear realistic and you don't want to show the edges of the silicone torso. The short version finishes under the breasts and the long version something beyond the navel.

 

In both cases I would like to hide the edges of the torso near the shoulders and on the neck, but I wonder if it is easier to hide the lower edges of a short or long torso.

 

Do any of you have experience with this kind of product? (if allowed I can attach the product image)


Thank you so much

Sorona
 

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Jackie C.

No product images please. All content must be PG-13 or less. We have minors here. You can post a link if you need to.

 

A friend of mine uses a silicone breastplate (she's been making some, ahem, big decisions lately) and it looks quite natural if you dress around it. For example, she hides the neckline with a choker and makes sure to wear something with sleeves or that's long and loose enough to cover the seams. 

 

As a friendly reminder, if you want to post pictures of yourself, please post them to the gallery section. That's members only. Also, please keep your clothes on. Nothing that shows your underthings or a lot of skin. I realize that's subjective so try to err on the side of caution. Thanks in advance!

 

Hugs!

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SaraAW

On reddit, there is a sub call ABraThatFits.  I would recommend that as a great resource for your question.  It is trans friendly. They even have a really decent bra size calculator that tries to account for differences in the trans figure.

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Sorona
18 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

No product images please. All content must be PG-13 or less. We have minors here. You can post a link if you need to.

 

A friend of mine uses a silicone breastplate (she's been making some, ahem, big decisions lately) and it looks quite natural if you dress around it. For example, she hides the neckline with a choker and makes sure to wear something with sleeves or that's long and loose enough to cover the seams. 

 

As a friendly reminder, if you want to post pictures of yourself, please post them to the gallery section. That's members only. Also, please keep your clothes on. Nothing that shows your underthings or a lot of skin. I realize that's subjective so try to err on the side of caution. Thanks in advance!

 

Hugs!

 

Thank you...I will experiment!

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Hi Sorona -  If you are specifically going for exposed cleavage then I think either of those forms will work, but those suggestions for hiding the edges are important and limit some of your outfit options.  You need to match skin tone also.  There are online photo blogs with trans/CDs wearing these and you can see some examples there.

 

If you are just looking for a full figure, and haven't already tried this already, then you might want to start with silicone breast forms paired with a mastectomy pocket bra.  Usually a 600 - 800gram breast form is a C-cup volume for a pocket bra and a good starting point for a nice full figure. Its probably cheaper than the full body form to start with too.
The other thing than you can do with the breast form is use a slightly smaller cup/bra which will provide a "push up" of your own breast area and creates some cleavage or natural top breast mound to go with a low neckline.  Looks nice!

Good luck with whatever you decide (experimenting is half the fun!)
Kay

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Sorona
On 5/5/2020 at 4:57 PM, SaraAW said:

On reddit, there is a sub call ABraThatFits.  I would recommend that as a great resource for your question.  It is trans friendly. They even have a really decent bra size calculator that tries to account for differences in the trans figure.

 

 

Thank you!!

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Sorona
21 hours ago, KCraig said:

Hi Sorona -  If you are specifically going for exposed cleavage then I think either of those forms will work, but those suggestions for hiding the edges are important and limit some of your outfit options.  You need to match skin tone also.  There are online photo blogs with trans/CDs wearing these and you can see some examples there.

 

If you are just looking for a full figure, and haven't already tried this already, then you might want to start with silicone breast forms paired with a mastectomy pocket bra.  Usually a 600 - 800gram breast form is a C-cup volume for a pocket bra and a good starting point for a nice full figure. Its probably cheaper than the full body form to start with too.
The other thing than you can do with the breast form is use a slightly smaller cup/bra which will provide a "push up" of your own breast area and creates some cleavage or natural top breast mound to go with a low neckline.  Looks nice!

Good luck with whatever you decide (experimenting is half the fun!)
Kay

 

Thank you Kay, so gentle. In fact I would like to hide specifically the shoulder edge and belly edge. Can you give me some link of the blogs you mentioned?

 

Sorona

 

 

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tracy_j
45 minutes ago, Sorona said:

 

Thank you Kay, so gentle. In fact I would like to hide specifically the shoulder edge and belly edge. Can you give me some link of the blogs you mentioned?

 

Sorona

 

 

 

Just to be aware of Rule 8 about the posting or linking to images in open forum,

 

Tracy

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4 hours ago, Sorona said:

Can you give me some link of the blogs you mentioned?

Hi Sorona ... I am sorry I can't provide the links here.  I don't want to break the rules.  If you do some Google and YouTube searches I am sure you will find what you're looking for. 
Flickr also has some crossdressing/trans groups.  One is called Mature Transvestites and I did see some girls in that photo group wearing what you are asking about.  Is that OK to mention here @tracy_j? ?

Good luck!
Kay

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tracy_j
On 5/7/2020 at 12:43 PM, KCraig said:

Hi Sorona ... I am sorry I can't provide the links here.  I don't want to break the rules.  If you do some Google and YouTube searches I am sure you will find what you're looking for. 
Flickr also has some crossdressing/trans groups.  One is called Mature Transvestites and I did see some girls in that photo group wearing what you are asking about.  Is that OK to mention here @tracy_j? ?

Good luck!
Kay

 

In general it's not a problem to mention other sites although actual links can be a problem. There are obvious limits to this though as, for instance, the suggestion of an illicit site would be a problem and the offending post censored. The best way in this case would be via private message as then the information would not be publically visible.

 

Tracy

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3 hours ago, tracy_j said:

The best way in this case would be via private message as then the information would not be publically visible.

Thank you for the information Tracy.  I will be sure to use PM if I ever need to pass that type of information. 
Have great weekend!
Kay

 

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