— Sadie (@Sadie174) May 28, 2018
I was so pleased to see a delivery arrive this morning with some new and colorful socks. As I’m wearing shorter skirts now, I am loving the fact that I can mix and match with some exciting new colors and textures covering my legs.
Here are a few ideas that have got me excited recently. I’m sure that slipping these on when you dress, or even under your usual clothes is sure to add a spring to your step.
|Stockings and Socks||Tell me about them!|
|Picking a beautiful pair of suspender pantyhose is a great choice for instant sex appeal, but also a low maintainance approach to swift dressing. These stockings will make your legs look spectacular and help you feel sexy and attractive in seconds, even if they’ve not been shaved in a while.|
|Get colorful with these packs that offer variety and style. These are perfect to add a special sparkle to a new outfit, or revitalise an older one. Dare to be colorful and you’ll find you can reignite your look with ease.|
|Don’t be afraid to explore the outer limits of good taste! Yes, sometimes it pays to get a little whacky. If you’re the sort of person who knows that if they’re not the wierdest person in the room, then you’re obviously in the wrong room, then you will have to have these great socks. Whether you wear them under your suit in the Funeral home where you work, or you just can’t resist them with a short skirt, then you know you’re on the right track as you pull these beauties on!|
Charles Dana Gibson was an illustrator in the late 19th century who created classic drawings of young, pure women with gorgeous hairstyles and bedroom eye looks on divinely beautiful faces. The women depicted were full figured and voluptuous, yet still virtuous. And always refined and feminine. I did this hairstyle myself using one of my wigs, and it took a while to do it. I added a chiffon blouse with and ornate lacy upper bodice and a high ruffled neck, coupled with a genuine vintage Gunne Sax prairie skirt. It was about as Victorian a look as I was able to muster with what I had on hand.
I recently picked up some more Victorian-style blouses, mainly because I kept my eyes peeled for them. Every time I see a Victorian-era film or T.V. show, it increases my interest in the styles. One thing I’m going to try in the not-too-distant future is adding a bustle under some of my roomier long skirts and dresses, just to see if I can pull it off…that is, pull off the look, not the dress…
Read more about Gibson here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gibson_Girl
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Melissa gets into the nitty gritty details on foundation matching and figuring out your skin and products undertone! She really wanted you guys to feel CONFIDENT next time you walk into a store to buy your next expensive foundation.
It’s time to put together something exciting for summer. Here’s a great place to start.
|Check it out on Amazon.||Find that perfect outfit.|
|Lightweight, cheap and fun. Crocs make some funky wedges. Remember to add 2 sizes to get a women’s shoe to fit a male foot!|
|Mesh panties are fun and comfortable to exercise in. Just don’t wear them to the pool and go into the male changing rooms.|
|Find the perfect summer dress here.|
|You just can’t beat corset tops for a fresh summer look.|
I am delighted to say that just the other day I sat with Suzi, one of my members, and we discussed how crossdressing has impacted her life. Suzi’s story is one of challenge and growth.
Suzi is a little unusual among my friends, in that she sees herself transitioning and moving toward a full-time existence as a woman. This has not been an easy path for her.
Sitting in the hot tub at the local spa, after having our nails done so beautifully, Suzi told me her story.
“Crossdressing has been a part of my life forever. I remember the feeling of tights the time I wore them and that was amazing – even if they were to large. There was one time that I dressed as a girl for a comedy/skit show with my brother and a friend from a youth group and the experience of wearing clothes that were the right size was so incredible. There was one day when I was hone alone, off sick from school, I spent the whole day as a girl in my sister’s dress and my mum’s heels – it was the first time I went outside. I was seen by a neighbour but to this day I don’t know if anything was said.
Crossdressing was shameful to me. It was my dirty secret, I was raised in a very conservative and Christian household. I remember being caught by my parents and told it was wrong and I was wrong for wanting to do it. I did the “right” thing, I promised I would stop and told myself I could. I got married, had kids. I mentioned early into the marriage that I liked it. My wife hated the idea – again I lied and promised I’d stop. Then, about 18 months ago, I told her I was still doing (after 11 years). She was devastated and we separated.
Since then I have swung from leaving everyone and becoming a full time woman to again promising I would stop. I have told friends, who at last have offered support rather than rejection, and I have been able to embrace my desire to dress. I am beginning to see what really fits for me. I do identify as transgender, I have told my doctor and I have an appointment with a specialist to access HRT next month. It’s been a journey and one that is littered with shame and porn abuse – both things I continue to deal with – but I’m not ashamed.
Sexually, I am yet to find a woman who wants to know Suzi intimately. When I need loving I have found myself veering towards guys who love seeing me dress up for them.”
Suzi has remained true to herself in what has not been an easy journey. She continues to move forward toward her desired goal, and I have every confidence she will achieve it. As a dear friend and member of My Little Black Book, Lenni, pointed out to me, after telling me of their own journey – ‘We all find our place eventually. We find our own way to make it work.’
Of course, this is a story without an ending. It’s a journey that requires commitment and bravery, and one for which no medals are handed out. As I often find myself saying, in the end we all have to learn to accept ourselves as we are, and then we can create what we desire.
An English Country Garden is a powerful real life story about how crossdressing has impacted the life of Julius Braddock, a former press photographer from South Africa. It is a serious study of crossdressing, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
At times frightening and poignant, the story explores the extremes of human emotions and looks at how crossdressing helps, and how one particular person can change the experience of crossdressing radically. Looking at stages familiar to most people who crossdress, this narrative provides a touching and helpful insight to allowing feminine aspect of oneself to develop.
The narrative is delivered in four sections, and readers are encouraged to comment and share thoughts about each part, to provide their own insights and experience to others on this journey.
An English Country Garden is free but I do ask you to use the comments as you work through the four parts. It helps others. FD
You can continue to Part 1 by using the link below.
Clothes Maketh The Man is an iconic serial about crossdressing that’s been running since 2016. New episodes are added monthly, as we follow the hapless adventures of Andy – or Andrea – as he progresses in a tortured path fuelled by curiosity, passion and excitement.
Have you ever felt that perhaps you’ve placed your trust in the wrong person? Well, welcome to Andy’s world. He progresses from seemingly innocent situation to catastrophe with a regularity that will entertain you, and hopefully you’ll never experience. Imagine the moment when a trusted friend says ‘Trust me!‘ – and suddenly you realize things are going to go very, very badly.
You can always find the latest version of Clothes Maketh The Man by using the search box on the home page of http://FionaDobson.com – or just by using this link. Search For Clothes Maketh The Man.
If you’re enjoying the story, be sure to comment on the pages!