Relaxing In Women's Clothes

Very few things in life bring me more pleasure than wearing women's clothes. My most favorite item of feminine attire is a lacy nylon full slip, usually knee length or a couple inches below, depending on what else I'm wearing. Under the full slip, of course, are just what you would expect -- panties, bra, backseamed nylons and garter belt. My outerwear is usually a dress (with back zipper entry) or a blouse and skirt (also with back or side zip).

Generally speaking, I wear the kind of clothes that I like to see on women. Since I grew up in the '50s and '60s, I tend to prefer clothes of that era, including crinolines/petticoats under full skirts and dresses, but I also love pencil skirts and sheath dresses. Actually, I like all kinds of dresses and skirts, but one thing I never wear is ladies pants. I find them unattractive on women and therefore have no use for them.

When dressed in women's clothes, I feel at peace with the world; in other words, it is a very relaxing experience and I never want it to end. I don't go out in public (except Halloween) because I can't pass as a woman, but I can enjoy my clothes at home. Occasionally I will go for a walk around the neighborhood late at night to experience all the joys that come from the sound and feel of feminine garments brushing against my body as I walk.
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4 Responses Jan 6, 2013

it is heavenly isnt it


<p>First and foremost I don't believe dresses, high heels,lingerie and all other feminine things should be classified as "Womens". They are clothes that all should be acceptable for all to wear. When a woman slips into a pair of jeans, oxfords and a sweatshirt people don't say she is wearing mens clothing. I, as well, love wearing feminine clothing and proud of it. I very much enjoy it when I feel the silkiness of a sheer pair of silk stockings as they glide up my legs when I put them on only to be held up in place by a very pretty and very sexy black satin garterbelt followed by matching satin bra and panties. I love the gorgeous lingerie of the 50's and 60's. I find it very enjoyable to slip into a sheer double chiffon peignoir set. I follow this up with a pair of 5 inch high heel stiletto pumps, wig, make-up, perfume and jewellery. When completely made over I have been told I am a very pretty person. I do love the compliments I get but most important of all I love dressing like this. Hugs to all of you wonderful people.<br />
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Wendy Richards....</P>

Yes Wendy, I agree with everything you wrote. My biggest "pet peeve" has always been that a woman can wear men's clothes with no one thinking it is odd, but a man wearing women's clothes is considered strange or worse. (Except for those of us who understand, of course -:)

Good for you ... you aren't doing anything illegal or immoral and it certainly doesn't hurt anyone so why not wear what you want, including womens clothes

I know how you feel. I am the same way. I do wear slacks so I can be all feminine when I go out. Guys who haven't tried it don't know what they are missing. Really it takes courage to put one on and go outside.