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I’ve been dressing for a little over three years and feel I’ve gotten things down now pretty well. I’ve got a few favorite wigs, breast forms and pads that work for me, and have developed a fashion sense in dresses, skirts, tops and shoes.
I’m conservative in my jewelry choices and makeup, but overall, I’ve achieved a very satisfactory level of femininity, so much so that I feel comfortable going out and about.
While very high heels still elude me, I’ve mastered three inch and lower.
But, there is still one aspect I don’t quite get. I have several purses with long straps, designed to carry on the shoulder or cross body. Cross body certainly works, but that’s bit casual for some of my outfits. I want to hang the purse off one shoulder.
My problem is my shoulders slope downward and the purse strap often slides down! Not a very ladylike thing to have happen!
Anyone else experience this? If so, how do you cope with it?
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