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Well, it was truly a baby step but for the first time I was out today dressed entirely in ladies attire and in the daytime! My only other outside dressed experiences were a Halloween party some 30 years ago and a late night drive nearly 45 years ago. This excursion has been a while in the making and was planned out but once I had my first outfit in hand I sorta jumped the gun and took my plunge. The baby step part is that my outfit today was femme but leaned quite a bit on the androgynous side.
The plan for my first outside outfit was to shift my daily exercise gear from male to female to wear on the many walking paths we use in nearby communities. I purchased a number of ladies v-neck silky exercise tees in decidedly bright colors, a couple pairs of womens lightweight cargo style walking shorts and ladies running shoes and no-show white socks. And of course an appropriate sports bra.
It all felt great wearing together and I was very excited as I’ve been a life long runner/walker and exercise participant and have ALWAYS had the desire to dress and exercise in all the wonderful attire I have seen on the ladies over the many years. The weather turned very favorable today and my wife wanted me to run some errands after lunch. So I just decided that today was going to be the day to go out dressed and the shopping center in a nearby town was where it was going to happen!
I applied some light eye makeup, made sure my bare legs were smooth, selected my favorite satin panties and put my outfit on. My wife was a little bit surprised but when asked she told me that I would attract little to no undue attention in what she saw as a pretty androgynous look and to her I looked like I was just coming from the gym or a run. No matter to me, it was all about how I felt inside and that was a little nervous but otherwise elated!
I drove myself to the shopping center where I first used the lobby ATM at the bank and then it was over to the supermarket. The COVID/flu is hitting pretty strong here right now so I received a little bit more anonymity by wearing a face mask and I also added my wife’s small brimmed walking hat to lessen the impact of my thinning pate.
The sensation of walking in these fairly skimpy clothes for January was sublime, especially as I went through parking lot and inside near the cool air of the refrigerated sections of the market. As I wound up and down each aisle the nerves eased up and I was able to just take in and enjoy the moment. And my wife was right again – for the most part I went unnoticed except for when I felt a couple of older women may have given me an extra second on their glances as we passed each other. There was also a man who seemed to shadow me for a couple of aisles and then come up and pause closely behind me as I scanned and knelt to pick up items on the shelves…but then again I may have just been imagining that. The young lady checker also gave me just a bit more notice than I ever normally received but was also very much more friendly and talkative than I was used to so I’m sure she knew something was up with me but obviously wasn’t bothered by it a bit.
The cherry on top of the cake was when I got home and while unloading the groceries, my neighbor came over to talk to me about some work he was getting done on his house. I just decided to stand tall in front of him and not try to hide at all. He also didn’t seem to notice anything out of place with me, even though I’ve never worn anything so bright, tight or leggy outside in the neighborhood. I’ll chalk that one up to knowing that men can be pretty non-observant. LOL
So it all went well and I can’t wait to hit the walking trails in semi-fem presentation now with new confidence. I think the experience today is also is an encouraging sign toward my goal of working up to a much more complete and unquestionably feminine mode of dressing in the open world.
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