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(@lacychristine)
Estimable Member     Roanoke, Virginia, United States of America
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I have watched YouTube videos of several women who committed to wearing a dress every day for a month, and their own personal reactions to the experience. It got me to daydreaming of doing the same thing myself. I have a goal of dressing completely everyday as a woman for a long weekend, then a week, then a month. Each has its challenges.

 

What about you? Maybe you are already a full time girl. Have you considered this challenge? And what about you part time girls? Have you ever considered a challenge like this, even if it is for a shorter time period? Tell us your story. 

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(@lucyb112)
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I’m a part time dresser.

I have a potential few days alone coming up next month.

I’ve been planning to get as close as possible to 100% dressing en femme during that period, both indoors and out.

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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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@lucyb112 please tell us the results when the time comes.

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(@lucyb112)
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@lacychristine  I will do Lacy

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(@lacychristine)
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Interestingly, the women in the videos only wore dresses as opposed to pants, jeans or shorts, sweat pants and the like. It was an attempt at femininity and modesty. Their attitude towards themselves changed. One said she even felt like she moved more gracefully while wearing dresses. 

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@lacychristine What a great idea and challenge.  I will have few days next week and I will stay (hopefully) dresses the entire time.

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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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@nailgirl I had a week last year where I decided to wear panties under my clothes at work every day and when I got home, wore dresses, and slept in a nightgown. I never left the house but it was a fun experience. I want to repeat it soon.

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@lacychristine I am a part time, full time dresser. Thats sounds strange but it's sort of true. I like to travel around the USA mostly to see the National Parks. I make 5 or 6 trips a year Each one lasting from 12 to 15 days. from the time I leave until returning home all I have to wear are feminine clothes. This allows me to dress 24/7 for the entire time. I have a DADT situation at home, so being able to fully immerse myself in the pink fog is like a vacation in a vacation.

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(@lauren114)
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@lacychristine I'd love to do this!  Unfortunately, I'm not full time yet (but i'm working on it) and I don't think I have 30 dresses (Yet....).   Hopefully someday soon!

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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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@lauren114 You don't need 30 dresses. One woman who posted her challenge results only wore 15 different dresses. She took care of children, went grocery shopping, took walks, and did house work. But always in a dress. Making the bed, doing laundry, cooking, all mundane tasks.

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Lady
(@jillleanne)
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I’m gender fluid so yes, I am en femme sometimes for over a month. Dresses every day? Never. I’ve got gardens to tend to, things to fix, etc but still in femme mode 24/7. Running a wood splitter in a dress? I don’t think so.

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(@ellyd22)
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Hey Lacy

I live full time as a woman at home, and have a pretty full wardrobe. What you got me wondering is whether I could put together a different outfit every day for 30 days, based on what I already own.

I'm only thinking outerwear here (rather than the same dress every day for a month and just keep putting on a different pair of knickers).

I've got 10 or so dresses. I could wear each of them with a different long cardigan or wrap or whatever each day. I have six different long cardis and wraps (I love them), all of which tone, so that alone creates 60 dress/cardi/wrap combinations.

I also have a dozen skirts and a dozen tops, so pairing each skirt with each top in a separate outfit would be 144 combinations. Then, if I wore each of those combinations with a different long cardigan or wrap each day I would have 864 outfits. All the colours of my skirts, tops and cardigans work together so they'd all be acceptable.

Add in the dresses etc and that's 924 outfits to work through, which is just over two and a half years worth of possibilities.

Lets do this!

Hugs

Ellie x

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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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@ellyd22 you say “at home.” Does that mean you dress only at home but not when you go out?

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@lacychristine Yes ... ALWAYS at home (365 days a year) but I'm still in drab for work and social occasions. I don't have an SO at present, so I'm free to do as I please once my front door is closed. I do regularly go out 50:50 (wearing entirely women's clothes but not so the casual observer would notice) to the supermarket and so on, and even garden en femme, but I don't always fully present as Ellie beyond my four walls ... yet.

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Ellie x

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Lady
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Gril, you have to0

much time on your hands to come up with all of that. It made Dizzy.

 

 

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(@ellyd22)
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@lillie Sorry Lynne. Science/maths background (although I self-identify as writer/artist). It's an occupational hazard.

I'm always dizzy. Then again, that might be the cocktails.

Ellie x

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Lady
(@jillleanne)
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not to mention all the dress pants, casual pants, jeans, leggings, Cargo pants, etc. Go Ellie go!

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(@ellyd22)
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@jillleanne Oh, I'm totally a dress/skirt kind of girl 🙂

All very bohemian.

I've got a couple of pairs of stretchy jeans for 50:50 excursions, one pair of culottes and some silky harem pants, but no other pairs of pants (or trousers as we say in the UK!) to speak of.

I don't have any pants in the UK sense either ... these days it's all just knickers. 

Oh my God, so many pairs of knickers.

I DO want to invest in some leggings though, since I've heard other girls rave about them. Does anyone have any recommendations regarding fabulous brands, or where to buy them? Just searching 'women's leggings' on Amazon doesn't really seem to bring up the sort of thing I'm after 🙁

Hugs

Ellie x

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Lady
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@ellyd22 well, the sky is the limit in pricing. Lululemon are nice but expensive. My favourites are any brand that have a wide waistband. I usually get mine around the six quid price on sale of course. Wher3 to buy? Every gg out there is in them. Just follow them, they’re probably going to buy more.

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(@ellyd22)
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@jillleanne Thanks Jill. My friend Opal has also recommended QueenieKe. I get paid on Friday so I'm definitely going to invest; between you, you've given me some useful starting points.

Tempting though the idea of following GGs is, I might just stick to Amazon for the moment... or enlist the help of my sister 🙂

Hugs

Ellie x

 

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Duchess
(@missylinda)
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@ellyd22 and my wife says I have too many clothes?

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(@ellyd22)
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@missylinda It's not that many clothes, honestly 🙂

A dozen skirts, a dozen tops, ten dresses. A scattering of knee length cardigans. It's just that because I almost always choose things in the same colour palette (creams, browns, whites, greys) they all work well together and so give a large range of possible combinations. 

I'm keeping quiet about all the drawers full of bras and knickers, and I'm definitely not mentioning my nightdress collection.

Hugs

Ellie x

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Duchess
(@missylinda)
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@ellyd22 lucky you no dress counter in the house

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(@ellyd22)
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@missylinda There has to be SOME benefit to living on my own 🙂

I was talking to my sister about my burgeoning skirt/blouse collection, and where to find space for it all. As a result of that conversation, I've identified another cupboard space that could be repurposed for clothes. The danger; I'll simply go out and buy more stuff to fill the new space.

I have the same problem with books (my main vice). Every time a book shelf starts to look crowded, I reorganise everything so that I can fit a new one in. That gives me an excuse to buy more books. I now have over 2,000 of them. I'm not joking. Send help.

Hugs

Ellie x

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(@missylinda)
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@ellyd22 sorry , no help, buying 2 more bookcases for new house.  I read and collect military history hard bound editions.  Still working on my first 1000.  Right now  I’m stacking books on floor as I finish them.  Yesterday walked thru the women’s clothing section of a nice store.  Miracle I didn’t max the credit card. Look straight ahead at the out door only.

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(@ellyd22)
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@missylinda Lorraine ... as always, we're soul mates. No military history here (more 'Natural History') but my books take pride of place. They are on prominent display.

Increasingly, 'prominent display' is also a principle I'm applying to my clothes.

I'm working on the notion of; "You know what? This is who I am. Deal with it."

It makes me happy.

Hugs

Ellie x

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(@missylinda)
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@ellyd22 yep, very proud of some of my books , some first editions, some leather bound, some 150 years old.  Have a 100 year old glass front bookcase, but only holds about 90 books.  Have 30 cases in storage, thus more shelve space needed in new house.

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(@ellyd22)
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@missylinda I LOOOOOVE my books. Lots of first editions. Lots of stuff that's signed. Lots of sexy bindings.

Every now and then I have a sort out and ditch stuff that I think I don't need in my library any more.

But then I look away for an instant and find that I've somehow bought more books. Or at any rate there are more on the shelves than there were before I had the clear out.

It's possible that they may be breeding.

Then I start a project ... and have to find every book I can on the subject. I'm currently writing a book on cross dressing. Suddenly, there are 50 books on CD- and TG-related issues on my shelves. How did that happen?

I might need to start excavating a series of underground tunnels in order to store everything.

Ellie x

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Lady
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@missylinda now that is part of the problem in my house. You see my gg buys me stuff, lots of stuff, as do I her. What we end up with is lots of stuff. Some gets worn, some, well, not so much. We do a biannual purge now, previously an annual, and off to the fill a bag for five dollars store. Three weeks ago we dropped off five, count ‘em, five garbage bags of women’s clothing, some still had tags oh them. Now I can actually slide hangers from side to side, sort of.  Even got my shoe collection down to about twelve pairs including boots. I find as I age a little, all day comfort takes a leading role so often I wear a nice pair of slacks, midi heels and hose, and a fashionable top out for the day. Here in Canada with four seasons, my closet is arranged by season.

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Lady
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@missylinda and the downside to that is???  Too much makeup, too many wigs, too many heels, too many polishes, the list goes on.

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Hostess
(@ab123)
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I think that is achievable for me as my wardrobes have plenty of dresses as that is my preference. Ellie is right to wear different things with the same dress as it will make a difference and won't question her maths either. I have dresses in my wardrobe that are a few years old now and still stand the test of time by wearing them with contemporary accessories.

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@ab123 I believe Ellie is a chemistry teacher so I'm not going down the road of checking her math(s), although I am a maths graduate myself 😂.

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(@ab123)
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@chrisfp99 Ahh is that so- Hence the mixing to find a solution...

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(@ellyd22)
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@ab123 @chrisfp99 And remember ...

If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.

Ellie x

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@ellyd22 As you may gather my Chemstry is not a strong point. In fact at school when we were being streamed prior to finals we had to do Chemistry and Physics or Chemistry and Biology. My Chemistry teacher took me to the house head and stated it would be a waste of time to for me to do Chemistry and so I ended up doing physics and because of a table clash ended up doing Human Biology for a year and then 'Whatever' Biology the next. In Human Biology I felt at home in a class of girls as I was the only 'boy' in the class, little did they know, and in one lesson we made lipstick! Go figure. I ended up with two Biology qualifications and the only relevance is that I frequently use lipstick but no one wants to know about the hepatic portal vein......

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Lady
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@ellyd22 not me missie. I find concentrating on the main giggling pin on the right laughing shaft is generally where the problem will be.

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(@ellyd22)
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@jillleanne OMG  ... Jill?

Are you saying that your giggling pin is currently lying within your right laughing shaft?

That could easiiy lead to a build up of pressure in your hysteric cavity, leading to complete comical collapse of your humorous valve.

I'm sure I don't need to tell you how serious that could be.

Ellie x

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Lady
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(@lacychristine)
Estimable Member     Roanoke, Virginia, United States of America
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I should give you the titles of these videos because they are very interesting. The difference between then and us is that if they don’t wear dresses they will still be dressing as women! I am trying to think about that. I want to recreate that mindset. Wearing a dress makes me feel feminine!

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Lady
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(@lacychristine)
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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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Also this woman posts videos about femininity all the time. She has spoken of slips before and this is agood one to watch

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Lady
(@margprodue)
Prominent Member     Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Thanks Lacy for this interesting question.  I'm full time and out and do have a complete wardrobe and in fact could probably do a dress a day for a month.  In reality for me it's more like 3 dresses a month and jeans, slacks, tops, flannels and sweaters for the rest of the month.  Along with that most of my dresses are for going out and I only have 3 business suits/dresses that I will wear when making presentations.  So, realistically while I could do the 30 dresses it just would be rather out of place in my world (chainsaws and dresses are a dangerous combination!).  Dresses do require more effort and planning.  When I am wearing my dresses I'm also thinking...how am I sitting?....don't slam the car door on this dress...don't spot it or it's back to the cleaners...oooh, did I just snag it?....do I still fit this well or did I do too much beer and pizza?...don't sweat or it's toast until wash day...now I have to accessorize to match, why didn't I just throw on my jeans and a bodysuit with a blazer?...etc.   I also think that those same reasons are why most women don't generally wear dresses but do wear pants.  Unless your workplace matches to your dressing, things would probably not go smoothly and that's perhaps why in real life you don't see women in a dress everyday.  And yes, I do feel and act differently in a dress and especially in a gown.  I do suggest that if anyone wants to be in a dress and heels for a week then you really should attend Keystone where everyone dresses up each day and completely enjoys themselves until they go home with blisters and a smile.   Safe Journey,  Marg

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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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@margprodue Well girl, I would say getting a dress caught in a chain saw would be a disaster at least for your wardrobe! In the context of the women who experienced the challenge, their lives were mostly revolving around children and homemaking and walks in the park (with kids!), family stuff. But you should definitely wear whet is appropriate for whatever task you are taking on. 

 

You go girl!

 

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(@emilysouthern)
Trusted Member     Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States of America
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That is a interesting challenge for sure.  I often have thought along these lines. My personal best of 24/7 is eight days on a recent trip, but wear many different outfits, not just dresses over that time.  When I travel, I drive from my house and back en femme.  At home, I am always in girl mode, as I type this, I am wearing leggings & a cute oversized sweatshirt.

To be in a different dress every day would be tough.  I have about 12 or maybe a few more, would need many more to go four weeks.  You can't mix and match like you can with other outfits.

I go out fairly often, and would love to be full time.

Emily  

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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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@emilysouthern Yes Emily it is a challenge! For the women who took this challenge, they were of course women who would dress in women’s clothes everyday. The challenge for them was to dress femininely, in a dress, everyday, rather than sweats or jeans or less feminine clothing. To you and me, even women’s jeans is feminine. But this is another level I guess! 

I envy you your 8 day 24/7 experience. I look forward to a time when I can do that.

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(@ladymakenzie)
Prominent Member     Brighton, Michigan, United States of America
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For the last several years, I have participated in the Dressember campaign against human trafficking.  As part of the fundraising and awareness campaign, I have pledged to wear a dress or tie throughout the month of December.

A few years ago, I was able to wear a dress nearly everyday throughout the month as I was working fulltime from home.   Last year, I started with a new company at the beginning of December, and as a result was more limited how often that I was able to wear a dress, but I did support the campaign by wearing a tie everyday.

I am again planning this year to participate in the campaign.  While I am currently working a hybrid schedule, I would with all things being equal be able to achieve a balance between wearing a dress or wearing a tie.  However, as I frequently wear feminine attire at the office, I am debating whether to have a discussion with HR about wearing attire that would be more feminine in nature (dresses and skirts) at the office.  My employer has a specific policy of support of transgender employees as part of the employee handbook.  It was this policy that led me to be more open about my dressing preferences at the office.

That being said, however, I do still have my concerns and doubts about taking the plunge of having that dicussion.  As once the box is open, it cannot be resealed.

MacKenzie Alexandra

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Duchess Annual
(@kt1819)
Honorable Member     Ottawa area, Ontario, Canada
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I been dressing most days and I'm at the level of the opposite, got covid and did not dress for a week - longest time in some year.
I don't know about dress specifically, don't have that many but if you add skirt then sure - I already done it.


Excited Seinfeld GIF

 

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Lady
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(@lacychristine)
Estimable Member     Roanoke, Virginia, United States of America
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Wait...you were sick for a week and you did not lounge around in your nightgown and robe? Smile Face  

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Duchess Annual
(@kt1819)
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Honorable Member     Ottawa area, Ontario, Canada
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@lacychristine two days of sleeping
day 3-> I was up because I had to take care of my now sick wife and adding shaving, dressing up, makeup and so on to the task list was more that I wanted to do.

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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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@kt1819 I am so sorry to hear. That must have been difficult. I hate getting sick, and when my wife is sick, I feel so helpless. I want to make her feel better and all I can do is make sure she gets whatever medication is needed and keep her fed and hydrated. Glad you are back to good health.

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(@d44)
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I live full time and only wear dresses or skirts when out and about, never pants or shorts.

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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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Estimable Member     Roanoke, Virginia, United States of America
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@d44 I know Fiona, and you look beautiful in your pictures. I envy you! Everything you wear is fashionable, feminine, and fits you so well! It's like you have been doing it all your life.

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Lady
(@jillleanne)
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@lacychristine she probably has been.

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(@d44)
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@lacychristine Thank you for your lovely comments Lacy!

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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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@d44 You deserve every bit of it, girl! You look so feminine and stylish. Everything you wear seems so in tune with where you are and what you are doing. You look like a natural woman. Like you have always been a woman.

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Lady
(@arrevolution)
Reputable Member     Bradenton, Florida, United States of America
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I already wear a dress every day. So I always beat this challenge.

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Lady
(@lacychristine)
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Estimable Member     Roanoke, Virginia, United States of America
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@arrevolution Thanks Julie. It's not so much a contest as it is an exercise in accentuating your feminine side. The women who posted the YouTube videos on this said that wearing a dress made them change their attitude. They were used to wearing mostly sweats or shorts or jeans. Remember, they were otherwise dressing in female clothing (underwear, etc). It's just that the extra effort of putting on a dress was the feminine touch that reminded them of who they were. It made them feel pretty.

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Lady
(@arrevolution)
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@lacychristine I agree. I understand. A 👗 is wonderful.

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(@alison-anderson)
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In January of 2013, my daughter was about to embark on a trip to study overseas in Japan for a few months. But her college marching band was in the presidential inaugural parade. She didn't have a car, and was not up to driving long distances. (It's about 10 hours, not counting stops.) So I drove her to college, she went with the marching band and I went back to the hotel. I stayed en femme from Friday night until Monday night when she was supposed to return, including working remote from the hotel on Monday. (A problem developed and they didn't return until Tuesday morning, so I could have stayed en femme all night, but couldn't know that in advance.) Always in a skirt and top.

Later that year I went to a conference, and spent 5 days en femme in dresses or a skirt and top. In 2023, I spent 6 days in dresses or skirt and top at Keystone, including driving to and from.

But when the lock-down occurred in 2020, I had a sprint of about 67 days where I wore either a dress or a skirt and top. (I wanted to prove to myself that I didn't want to transition, and that I wouldn't grow tired of it doing it all the time.) Now I wasn't 100% of the time (but I estimate at least 90%), as I occasionally had to venture out in male mode. But some days I was en femme 24/7 (except for showering or shaving my body). And the thing is, I only repeated one dress once in this time, a comfy long sleeve mock turtle velvet maxi dress. I didn't wear the same skirt or top (or other dresses) at all more than once (not counting a few tank tops that I would wear for on-line exercise classes). Because this went from spring to summer, I was able to wear warmer clothes earlier in the spring and cooler clothes as it got to early summer.

Sure, I could have mixed and matched tops and skirts to make more outfits, although I can't just multiply like Ellie (@ellyd22) did because not every top goes with every skirt (aesthetics and fashion sense takes precedence over combinatorics). And you have to take seasonality into effect when going this long. I probably continued dressing beyond this time, I just had to start repeating tops or skirts.

I still had a few dresses I didn't wear, because they were less appropriate. Things like maid uniforms or formal dresses are just not for everyday wear.

So in some sense, not only have I done the 30 days, I doubled it.

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Lady
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(@lacychristine)
Estimable Member     Roanoke, Virginia, United States of America
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Girl, that sounds like a lot of adventures to write about! Tell us where you went and what you did!

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Lady
(@paulahere)
Reputable Member     St Thomas, Ontario, Canada
Joined: 4 years ago

30 days dressed.  That is a great idea.

I remember when getting to dress for more than an hour was unthinkable. 

After my SO found out about my CD, I started wearing panties every day.  It have been 3 years and never going back to mens underwear.  I started wearing wmens jeans and t-shirts on weekends, and in the evenings.  When I get away for the 3 days of the Gala, I get 3 days in a dress.  

I only wear men's clothing during the work day.  Even then socks, and panties are ladies. 

I am hoping to retire in a year and then dresses and skirts more often.  

30 days in dresses would be great. 

Paula

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