Crossdresser Shop - Women's Clothing

For the average crossdresser, finding woman’s clothes that fit can be hard. Not only are the sizes different, but most woman’s clothes are too small around the chest, too large around the hips and too small around the waist. That’s not even counting the stress of being a man shopping in the woman’s section at your local mall.

Thankfully many woman’s clothing stores have online offerings with fairly generous return policies, and the size information provided is much more accurate online since it costs the merchant to process returns. Before you purchase anything I recommend taking a quick look at this guide to crossdresser clothing sizes.

Shop For Crossdresser Clothes

There are a number of stores that sell high quality and reasonably priced woman’s clothes in sizes that will fit the average crossdresser. These are some of my favorites:

Amazon: They have a great selection of woman’s apparel, and even offer free return shipping on some items. If you’re still finding your femme clothing size you can’t go wrong ordering a few dresses and skirts with free return shipping.

Macys: The grand old lady offers great looking clothes at reasonable prices – watch out for regular sales. Many readers of Crossdresser Heaven have shared glowing reviews of Macys, and in my experience they’re extremely transgender friendly. I can’t say enough about how much I love their store.

Nordstrom: Upscale fashion for the woman who wants to look her absolute best! Buy something you’ll enjoy for years to come, and be the envy of your girlfriends.

Other Places To Buy Woman’s Clothes

Blair: They sell comfortable clothes in sizes to fit larger woman.

Catherines: Stylish fashion for the larger woman. You’ll find clothes perfect for work or relaxing after work that fit like a dream.

Dillards: Affordable fashion – look good without breaking the bank!

Dress Barn: A stylish selection of dresses and other women’s fashion.

JC Penney: A traditional department store with a wide range of styles to suit any taste.

Lane Bryant: Fashion for the fuller figure

Sears: You can’t go wrong with the inexpensive everyday wear at Sears in a wide range of sizes including plus size.

Torrid: Sexy clothes for the larger woman. Torrid sells trendy styles that will fit the crossdresser well.

More great places to buy woman’s clothes coming soon!

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  1. Victoria Blair 1 year ago

    So i am totally new to this, and have a gf who is new to this as well. She is understanding and is willing to let me be who i want to be. I am looking to talk to someone who is new to this as well

  2. Victoria Egger 11 months ago

    If you know your sizes, you can get good deals at

  3. Morgan Danner 9 months ago

    I’m new to the “public” shopping but i did take a trip to goodwill the other day and had so much fun i ended up hoing to 2 more and shopped for about 4 hours. I was so excited that i actually got my first full outfit that was all me. Yes i was scared as all git out at first but then i let Morgan go to tiwn and blocked everyone in the store out. Maybe next time I’ll actually try the dressing room out

  4. Brenda Maidenform 8 months ago

    Hi do you know what a stores are for? TO MAKE MONEY thats it. I have shopped for everything from panties and bra’s to dress wear. Today owners are telling their sales people to have respect for the customer. If I walk in and buy $200.00 in clothes, is my money any different from a women’s. I have gone into stores to try on stuff. But before going into female dressing rooms I ask for permission first. If I get any uncomfortable reactions I ask for the manager or owner. I have never been thrown out but I have walked out and called the company to complain. Today thats the last thing companies want is TG complaints looks bad for them and they can be sued. I have gotten apologies and large discounts. They talk to the store and I will go back when a different manager is on and what a difference they treat me like I was a god. Mom and pop stores want your money But you have to be respectful to. Trying on clothes is just that and not anything more. The stores I shop welcome me back and help me out and even give comments if they like it or not. Go shopping have fun don’t be embarrassed .

  5. Cynthia Hughes 6 months ago

    Canadian stores Addition Elle and Penningtons both sell plus size clothes that fit the larger sized CD’s well. Both are kinda pricey but usually have decent sales on. Addition Elle also sells some really nice lingerie.

  6. Gianna Bonita 6 months ago

    I am new to this site and finding it wonderful.
    I am in New Zealand and so probably my stores are not relevant to most here. But I find Farmers stores have nice labels and welcoming staff.
    Also I recommend internet buying on It has a huge range of everything, all from China and often with free shipping.

  7. Rachel Williams 3 months ago

    I absolutely adore Torrid. In fact, the last time I went there (was in drab), bought some rings and a beautiful necklace. And the young lady that helped me even asked me what pronoun I prefer. Of course I said “She”. And Lane Bryant is my place for panties.

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