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I don’t really want to use breast forms, body shapers or hip pads.
I understand the attraction, as it does give a great feminine figure, but not sure it is for me.
Trying to dress without means different styles
Does anyone else dress without padding, and how do you dress ?
I have found that tube skirts, skinny jeans and jeggings look ok, with a t shirt or shirt, and ballet pumps (my wife isn’t keen on me wearing heels (I am already 4″ taller – why would I want to tower another 4″ above her, I guess).
I am not sure any dress style would suit, as separates can be sized appropriately, as a male body has different upper and lower proportions.
I have pretty much dressed every day in the last week, a unisex black T shirt for those video calls, with a skirt and pumps below (sometimes with tights/pantyhose or leggings as well), and reserve the feminine tops for the weekend.
And my wife is finding it easier (at the start) to deal with what I guess is a more androgynous look.
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