Wear what you feel most comfortable in. But try not too look TARTY.Also try not to wear shoes that are too high until you have mastered the art of walking in heels. Best of luck.
you shouldent have to worry about what people think your friends are ther to help, where what makes ypu feel pretty
Perhaps you are just not comfortable with thy style of what you are wearing? I woudnt be comfortable going out with a mini dress on for example.....<br />
Just be sure that you are dressing for the occassion - <br />
As for walking in heels....keep your weight on the heel on the shoe, NOT the toe, and stand up straight :-)
thats a fair point - Im not a mini dress girl - dont get me wrong, ive definately got the figure for it but i prefer something with a bit more class. As a rule - either show your boobs OR legs - not both as its really trampy. I would go for a 'shift' style dress for you, it wont exentuate your lack of hips, will enable you to get your shapely guys legs out and still super sexy. How old are you by the way?
It's more a matter of self-confidence than anything else. Some people will stare no matter what you wear, but depending obviously on the style a mini-dress isn't really that different from a short skirt. Just tell yourself that you look drop-dead gorgeous in it (as I'm sure you do!) and you'll be fine.
you are sick.
i go out dressed, mostly wearing women's pants or shorts, once i wore a denim mini with a white blouse to go to rite aid. i get a little shaky whenever i do these things, but its just nerves, it wears off. understand people are going to look and stare, a man in a dress or skirt will draw a little attention. just be confident hold your head high and be yourself, i know its tough. today i'm planning on dressing up and going to the market to pick up some things then i have to drive out of town to show a rental unit we have to rent. gonna wear a short black skirt, white blouse, 5 in peep toe shoes in black and my pearls. wish me luck
practice walking in heels, and refrain from scratching your balls
Not all that different.