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    • #437059
      Amber Jamies
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      Registered On: October 12, 2019
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      You’re so right! It is so much easier to blend in public with winter here.

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      Brittney Andrews
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      I have a faux suede wrap skirt, 3 sweaters, and a new sweater dress that I have yet to wear out to any of my CD/TG support group meetings since the 18/19 winter season. Vehicle repair issues stopped me for four months during 18/19. Insane amount of OT at work prevented me in 19/20. Of course then dreaded COVID social lockdown ever since. Hopefully winter 21/22 will give me my first experience of wearing fem winter clothes.

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      Deborah Sullivan
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      Do have a nice pink parka with large faux fur hood that looks darling and have ski in it. Just add my small hoop earrings, a bit of masscra and lipstick and a wig for warmth. Ready to step out then and on the go for the day

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      Paula F
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      I tend to dress in a more ‘open’ style during the winter.  Unless it is just an absolute blizzard (when I choose to stay home and warm and safe), I go with a layering of warm clothing, usually thick tights, wool cap, maybe muffs or a scarf, but I will add a tshirt over my bra, but under my top, which is usually a cotton or thin wool.  Jeans over my tights, a pair of boots and more times than not, a long length cardigan.  Goose down and ski type apparel my be warmer, but I hate thinking I look like Kenny or Cartman from ‘Southpark’.  I like to be able to move freely.

      PaulaF

      • #425371
        stephanie plumb
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        Yes….  I also prefer the ‘open’ style, and like you I only don the winter gear when it’s situation and/or weather appropriate. Under my heavy parka I wear only a thin top, and have the parka unzipped as much as possible.  I just cannot stand being bundled up unless absolutely necessary.

        In spring and summer I wear as little as possible! Err..  like a tank-top or T-shirt and lightweight floaty skirt. I carry a cardy if I want to cover up.   I seem to have a high tolerance to cold, so unwrap as much as possible. I love to have my arms and shoulders out in the fresh air.  And I am a cool breeze lover…..

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          Inga Krasivaya
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          Hiya, Stephanie;  I’m not really able to comment too much on this as I’m not going out en femme regularly, plus I really like stiletto heels and they are going to be very tricky in our current snowy conditions.  I just reckon that cold weather is an invitation to leggings, boots, warmer tops and heavy coats; no reason why that can’t be just as cute as the more summery styles (which I still love for the summer!)

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      • #425337
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        Noooooooooo Paula, we all know what happens to…..Kenny!!!

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      I enjoy winter fashion.

      Sweater dress, tights, boots. scarf and leather jacket.

      Jessica

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      Amy Myers
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      I don’t find the need to really hide myself, however I do like the different fashions I can wear in this weather. I have a variety (too many!) sweaters, boots and coats. My favourites are a black faux fur coat, a beautiful item that I bought at a thrift store and it still had the spare buttons attached, then a long red real wool one also bought at a thrift store. This one must have been someone’s prize or special coat as it must be at least 25 years old or so and is also in lovely condition, with only a slight amount of wear.

      Also a another one cloth mid length that is warm but not as dressy as the other two, this doesn’t include all of the Spring and Fall coats I have!

      So I do enjoy dressing for the winter weather!

      Amy

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      Alice Underwire
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      Huggs back Alice, but I was going down the ” Brussel sprout'” road….not route 66……❤️

      Hi Grace,

      Best carry the antacid in your purse To ward off an upset stomach.  Those Brussel Sprouts can be mean.

      Alice

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      Alison Anderson
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      I have clothing for all seasons.  For the winter, I have a lot of tights that I can wear, some of them colored tights.  I have some longer skirts that I can wear in the winter season.  I have a short winter dress, a floor length high neck long sleeve black velvet dress, and a sweater dress (I don’t wear it too often because it needs to be dry cleaned).  I have some faux cashmere sweaters, and I can wear some of my guy turtleneck or red velvet top with the women’s clothes.  I also have a number of feminine long sleeve tops that I can wear.

      For outerwear, I got a red woolen trench coat from Goodwill a number of years ago for something like $14.00, a real steal given that it is in excellent condition.  With the deep V neck of the coat, it generally requires a scarf.  I also have a tan pea coat with a diagonal zipper.  I bought a pair of red and another pair of black gloves that slim my hands.  I bought a pair of ski gloves, but it didn’t really stand up to shoveling.  I do have some scarves that I can wear as well.  I use these two coats when I want to go out dressed nice.

      Last year I bought a maxi (ankle length) hooded parka.  With that, I can take walks in the wintertime while wearing a skirt and no one can tell if I’m wearing leggings or tights. On days that are a bit warmer, I have a lightweight waist length parka.

      I started out with two high heel boots (about 4″), one in black and one in brown.  Later I bought some flat boots (again a black and a brown) which I can wear in the snow or in rainy weather.  I have worn the high heel boots to work a couple of times since most of the heel is covered by my pant leg.  And I recently got a pair of grey suede-like (fabric, not leather) boots from a friend who was getting rid of them.

      I also just got a long sleeve cowl neck top that has cut-outs so that it can be put over the ears and serve as a face mask.  With luck, that will only need to be used one season.  But it can also be used as face covering on windy days.

      I like the colder weather, as long as the wind isn’t biting cold.

       

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      Alice Underwire
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      Hi Jackie,

      I agree completely.  From a warm winter parka, scarf, sweater, turtleneck, winter boots, mittens, heavy socks, tights, etc. a northern girl has to trudge through the snow to shovel off the car.  The biting wind and sub freezing temperatures chills your coffee mug Before you get to unlock the car door.  But that is winter after the snow flies.

      Alice

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      Alice Underwire
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      Dear Dr T.J.

      I hope that you realise that….

      love the chill up my petticoats while getting gas “….

      can be understood entirely differently in the U.K…..

      oh gosh, please don’t let Ms Plumb see this!!!

      baited breathlessly, grace xx

       

      Hi Grace,

      Petrol to the U.K. ladies.

      hugs,

      Alice

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      • #424483
        stephanie plumb
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        I thought petrol is a sea bird!   ….. Oh! no.. sorry that’s a Petrel.

        Methaneks to you for clarifying it for us.   Over ‘ere we just call it unleaded, leaded or diesel.

        But grace is talking about that *new*  environmentally friendly bio-fuel extracted from the mountains of  left-over Brussel Sprouts – Sproutjuice (an interim name; there is a competition to decide a catchy brand name for it.)

        Competition time girls!

        Bosies, Stephanie P xx

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        Huggs back Alice, but I was going down the ” Brussel sprout'” road….not route 66……❤️

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        • #424484
          stephanie plumb
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          Is that a turning off  “The Yellow Brick Road?”  or the “Methane highway?” xx

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            If only cars ran on sproutjuice…you could blame all the ” backfiring” on the car exhaust….not yours!!!!

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    • #424282
      Caty Ryan
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      As I have stated many times on this site and other places.

      “Crossdressing is a winter sport”

      Due to too many “male bits” I need to hide, the (southern) late autumn, (we dont call it “fall”) through until mid spring, is when Caty emerges. (Like a reverse butterfly…..)

       

      Caty

    • #424275
      Bettylou Cox
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      I do love my turtleneck sweaters and long skirts in wintertime; but I really don’t like the weather that comes with it….and Bettylou came out of hiding this Fall.

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      sarasue olson
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      I also love winter clothing, sweaters wool skirts and pants outdoors with cuddle duds underneath. Walking in the woods with the snow on the ground wearing A colorful coat or parka is hard to beat, it’s the simple things that are so memorable to me. When it the house I wear my velvet’s and velour’s and sleep in cozy long nightgowns.

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      Jackie darling…super ask!!

      I love my boots ( ankle or over the knee), leggings coat with glitter bobble hat and scarf….at the moment it’s almost too easy…sometimes if I can’t be bothered with make up …just add a mask, and get some fresh air…nobody looks twice, especially at the moment, they are all just scurrying around in a hurry to get done and get home..honestly girls, you will never have a better chance to go for it.

      grace x

    • #424192
      Emily
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      Fun question! I absolutely LOVE bulky, warm sweaters. Not as much for disguise but for pure comfort. I agree, coats scarves, gloves, and such can help if you feel a little uneasy about going out. Add the obligatory mask and you can be essentially invisible!

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      T.J. Byron
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      I love cooler weather, having lived in hot weather areas over my 74 years. Nothing worse than having sweat dripping off your face ,under a wig and makeup.

      I have long ,beautiful coats that get complimented every time I wear it. I use scarfs all the time. I have a black ( goes with everything) suit coat and a black peplin zip up jacket. These get me bye nicely. I also wear 50’s style pins on coats and jackets.

      I love the chill up my petticoats while getting gas , or standing outside talking.

      Love to all…

      Dr.T.J.

      • #424460
        stephanie plumb
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        Mary Poppins  – without an umbrella!  Drifting over London as her petticoats balloon up, holding her nose.

        One can only hope she isn’t “al fresco(gone commando).”   Or her valve might freeze up, and she would float amongst the methane clouds, dangling the now-blue flabby neck of that “last Turkey  in the shop” – its wattles flapping in the updraught –  to the shocked glances of  the two people in Trafalgar Square who are breaking the tier restrictions.   The pigeons would take flight thinking it was some grotesque bird-of-prey.

        Or she could be retaining her modesty by wearing  a specially adapted version of one of Rei’s tucking contraptions, with a remotely operated sphincter for controlling the gas flow. She would eventually run out of sprout fuel and float gently back to earth, using her petticoats as a parachute.

        As she “loves the chill up her”  I’m betting on the al-fresco scenario.

        Sorry T.J. – Grace put me up to it.

        Step(h) 🥶 🤢 ….🦃…….    🕊🕊      ……..🦅….        🎈or 🪂?

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        • #424804
          T.J. Byron
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          Loved, Loved …Loved All y’ alls comments about the Chilly wind going up my stockings, Rustling my poofy Petticoats!!!

          Love It!!

          Thanks girls, glad I could ” STIMULATE” the conversation!!

          Dr. T.J.

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          Omg….soooo funny, hilarious…or as we say in Somerset ” littlehairyarse”, which is somewhat appropriate!!….in my defence, I did warn you what may happen here!!!!

          dryingmyeyes, grace xx

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        Dear Dr T.J.

        I hope that you realise that….

        love the chill up my petticoats while getting gas “….

        can be understood entirely differently in the U.K…..

        oh gosh, please don’t let Ms Plumb see this!!!

        baited breathlessly, grace xx

         

        • #424808
          T.J. Byron
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          Gracey M.

          Yes…you little, adorable Wascle you!!

          “….getting gas ( onlene)…Not ‘ letting ‘ gas…”

          Love that Chill….

          Love,Dr. T.J.

           

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