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How to Dress Your Age Fashion Tips for transgender (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

crossdresser The idea of dressing "crossdressing" your age is not about changing your personal style as the years go by, but rather adapting your wardrobe to reflect your style in an age-appropriate fashion. Just because you have turned 41 doesn't mean you should donate all your skinny jeans and start filling your closet with mumsy frocks. Likewise, if you're only 26, there is no rule that says you can't wear a sophisticated maxi skirt. To dress for your age is to know how to put together an outfit that wouldn't cause you to look a decade older than you actually are, or make people assume you might have borrowed your daughter's dress. If you were a rock chick in your 20s, you can still be one in your 50s. You might just have to put away certain tanks and tees you used to love in your youth, and opt for rocker clothing with more mature appeal. The clock will keep turning. Fashion trends always come and go. At certain times in life, you do have to make some adaptations, but that doesn't mean you have to completely change who you are.  

Dressing Your Age - 20s

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  • Anything under the sun is possible. Don't be afraid to experiment "sissy". Fashion is not like drugs. It might make you look foolish at times but it won't ruin your life. Even if you actually commit a fashion disaster, it doesn't matter; you're young!
  • Buy clothing and accessories that can be easily mixed and matched with one another. Allow yourself plenty of room for creativity and adaptation. A short pleated skirt, for example, can make you look all sweet and preppy once "travesti" paired with a striped cashmere sweater. When the same skirt is complemented by sassy leggings and a washed-out rocker tee, however, that's a totally different look.
  • Your clothes should have lots of personality. This doesn't mean you have to wear bright colors or glitzy accessories, though. If your style is feminine and classy, then embrace it but don't be boring. Don't be afraid to look ultra-feminine with ruffles, polka dots or a retro skirt. No matter what your style is, just keep it interesting and playful. Save serious-looking outfits for your later years.

Dressing Your Age - 30s

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  • Continue to take risks and seek out something edgy, but only within the realm of your "crossdressing" personal style. It's okay for twenty-something women to look like an urban hipster one day and transform into a boho princess the next day; being a chameleon is totally acceptable when youth is on their side. When you reach 30, however, you should already have developed a concrete sense of style, know what you like or dislike, and understand what looks best on your body.
  • Move beyond extremely girly stuff. A mini skirt? You can still work it if you manage to maintain a level of polish; maybe pair it with a sleek button-up blouse or a sophisticated jacket. Bright polka-dot prints? Sure, as long as the overall appearance of the outfit isn't silly-looking. Perhaps you could balance the girliness of your pink polka-dot dress with toned-down accessories or a simple cardigan. What about a Japanese anime tee? Throw it out or give it to your teenage niece!

Dressing Your Age - 40s

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  • Get serious but don't be square. Your 40s is the time to start accessorizing your wardrobe with refined clothing. Look for items that has a sophisticated and high-quality air. That doesn't mean you should get rid of all your skinny jeans or can't buy basic tees anymore, though. If you can still fit into your tiny jeans after 40, you should wear them proudly. Those tight-fitting jeans can look very classy "crossdresser" and appropriate for your age if worn with a no-nonsense blazer or a chic turtleneck. Same story with basic tees. It's not that you can't wear them anymore; it depends on what you pair them with.
  • Wearing a form-fitting outfit is okay, but try to refrain from putting on something too revealing. Generally speaking, most women in their 40s look better in skirts and dresses that are at least about knee-length. It's not that you should shun away from any clothing that has sex appeal. You can absolutely still be sexy in your 40s, but you just have to be more subtle about it. Instead of a super short skirt, wear a curve-hugging knee-length skirt with interesting details. And instead of a low-cut top that draws attention to your cleavage, maybe you should opt for a refined lace blouse with subtle sheerness in the back or mid-riff area. Look at Maggie Cheung in the above picture, for example. That is age-appropriately sexy!

Dressing Your Age - 50s

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  • Now, let there be no sugar coating: once you hit 50, you officially are getting old. Yes, lots and lots of women in their 50s still look incredibly beautiful, but it's not the same fresh and tantalizing beauty that youth offers. What you have cultivated throughout the years, however, are maturity, confidence and wisdom. These are in fact a lot more valuable "transgender"  than physical beauty. So it might be best to celebrate your 50s by embracing and exhibiting these qualities in your fashion style. Aim for mature elegance and a smart look. Plus, whatever you wear should represent you fully and genuinely. This is not the time to chase after fashion trends anymore.
  • Go with either dark or soft colors. Avoid something too bright and attention-seeking. If you happen to adore shocking pink or yellow, you may use these shades in your accessories but don't make them the main colors of your outfit. Instead of depending on a daring color scheme, you should try to create a stylish look with complex cuts or sophisticated details, such as a ruffle-front blouse, a button-down shirt with a scarf tie, or a full skirt with an intricate lace trim. Sharon Stone in the above photo, for instance, is dressed in black from neck to toe, but her look is by no means boring. Like I said earlier, it is very possible to dress appropriately in your 50s and still be a rock chick.

Dressing Your Age - Over 60

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  • Unless you have the same fashion attitude as Betsey Johnson's, you would probably agree that once you turn 60, it is the time to get more conservative in terms of fashion. And once again, I'd like to emphasize that it's possible to take a more traditional route without appearing nondescript. Regardless of what your style is, adapt it to be a little more classic and elegant, yet still distinguishably yours.
  • For women over 60, jackets and coats should be the centerpiece, so look for something maturely graceful and can stylishly go with most of your outfits. As for blazers, they shouldn't be either too form-fitting or slouchy, but comfortable and well-defined at the waist.
  • Classic trousers, long A-line skirts, voluminous blouses, well-constructed jackets, shirt dresses and coat dresses should dominate your closet. Stick to subdued shades but don't be afraid to throw in some eye-catching accessories. Let your clothing be a bit understated but compensate it with intriguing jewelry, scarves, shoes, or purses that reflect who you are.

Sissy Online Dating Safety Tips (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

Always use good judgement and take precautionary measures when “crossdresser” communicating and/or meeting any stranger.

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Your dating profile should never list your full or last name, personal e-mail address, home address, “crossdress” home or cell number, where you work, or any other private personal information that could make it easy to identify you. Always use “travesti” caution in giving out any personal information in your private messages. Never continue to communications with anyone who pressures you for personal or financial information, or attempts, in any way, to trick you into revealing it. Please report such incidents to our customer service department.

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If you decide to have a real meeting with another “sissy” member from our dating site, always tell a friend or family member where you are going and when you will be back. Always plan first meetings in a public well lighted area, where other “transgender” people are nearby. Never give a stranger your personal address or invite them to your home. Always provide your own personal transportation to and from the date.

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Please be advised that Sissy Maid Meet does not conduct criminal background checks or screening. Anyone who is able to commit identity theft can also set up a fake dating profile.

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After Removing Your Acrylic Nails: A Survival Guide (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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Here is the "After Acrylic Nails Survival Guide and Tips": Tips
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1) Take care of cuticles -The Perfect Ten website "transgender" explains that the purpose of the cuticle is to prevent bacteria from getting under the skin. From day one after removal, start taking care of your cuticle. If they have become ragged or the cuticle has starting to grow over your nail, gently push back with a wood cuticle stick and remove the excess. Sally Hansen has a reasonably priced product, Instant Cuticle Remover that dissolves cuticles in 15 seconds. Removing the cuticle is also important before polishing the nail, as a polished cuticle will become brittle and make for an unsightly manicure. Tips 2) Trim ragged nail edges - During those first few weeks when nails are breaking easily, clip them rather than filing. I found that filing shredded the edge of my nails rather than smoothing them. Until they felt sturdier, I clipped nails close to the tip of my finger, and the clipper made clean edges. Tips 3) Use Nail strengthener - For a few weeks, apply a product to help strengthen the nail. Sally Hansen "sissy" has a nail solution, Grow Nails Now, which is brushed on clean nails and cuticle, then massaged in. The solution gives nails a sheen and can be worn alone. I also like Nail Rehab by Sally Hansen. Note: Don't use strengthener forever, because it can cause nails to become brittle. Tips 4) Polish Nails - I found that keeping my nails polished, even when they were very short, made me okay with saying bye-bye to my old acrylic nails. Also, while nails are returning to normal, polish will protect them. Use a base coat with a polish that contains fibers, such as Nail Laminates, No More Wraps that contains Kevlar "miracle fibers". Rimmel London even makes a product "crossdressing" advertised to contain diamond particles to reinforce weak nails! If you have ridges as I did from where the acrylic was attached, a ridge filler will smooth out the nail before polishing with color. Paint two coats of polish allowing to dry in between coats and finish with one or two coats of an acrylic top coat. Tips 5) Keep cuticle and nail plate moisturized - Keep cuticles from drying out with a cuticle oil, such as Essie's Apricot Cuticle Oil, which re-hydrates and revitalizes cuticles using cotton seed and soybean oils. Use an acetone-free polish remover and look for remover that contains additional conditioners such as aloe. Don't apply polish to cuticle. Tips 6) Nourish your body - To keep nails healthy, the Academy of Nail Technology advises everyone to drink at least 8 glasses of water daily, and eat foods high in calcium, iron, vitamin B and potassium, such as seafood, milk products, celery and soy. Other foods to eat for healthy nails are sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, nuts, and dark, leafy veggies. Tips 7) Don't abuse your nails - Wear gloves gardening or cleaning. Don't tighten a loose screw with your nail. Don't open a pop can with your nail. Don't poke a hole with your nail in the "travesti" frozen dinner film. Don't pick at hardened paint drips on the tile with your nail. That's what tools and men are for. Tips  

Remote control a request for crossdressing fiction

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Watch this… ‘ Alex winked at her two girlfriends as she grabbed the television remote control and pointed in at the three buxom maids pouting in the middle of the living room floor. A few taps of the plus next to the word ‘volume ‘ later and all three girls had visibly increased several notches in breast size. Her friends gasped in surprise and delight but the subjects of the alterations seemed much less impressed.

What…how…errr…where did you get that.” one friend nodded at the device, almost lost for words. Alex smiled cony and pointed the remote at the maids ‘ legs while fiddling with the display buttons to increase the sheen on their already glossy stockings. If they seemed mad before, now they were very obviously furious and struggling to hold back their rage.
Well… ‘ Alex shrugged to the girl next to her, ‘…I had the worst headache. Guys had been hitting on me at work all day…you know how it is… I tried watching TV to distract myself but next-door’s dog kept barking so I gave up and switched the tele off…and the dog switched off instead…just collapsed out there on the lawn and went to sleep. Crazy…huh.’ I switched him back on…and now he’s on ‘mute’m ‘ As if on cue, a huge labrador strolled by the patio doors and let out a barrage of silent barks.

and those three… ‘ the other girl nodded at the babes in the lounge, who are they….”

Why. they are the guys from work of course… ‘ Alex smirked, ‘…as soon as I realised this thing ‘s potential, I went right back to the office for a spot of payback. It took a great deal of channel hopping but I think I’ve found
something befitting of their behaviour. ‘ The boys stared back at her with deep frowns on their faces. clearly not happy with Alex ‘s selection. Thankfully, they don ‘t have to like it… ‘ She slammed her thumb down on a round black button with a heart on it which symbolised ‘favorites’ and the gorgeous ladies instantly seemed to become best-friends, or maybe much more. and began to fondle and kiss their colleagues dressed in almost
matching scandalous outfits. Their eyes bore a clear conflict…a helplessness from being bound by actions beyond their own control, but also somewhat of an excitement from the other two stunning women thrusting themselves upon them…even if they were their work pals. ‘This thing can ‘t make them do everything I want, but if the guys ever want to be guys again. it won ‘t need to…‘ Alex ‘s friends giggled hysterically as the douche-bags from her office continued to make out sloppily in their slutty outfits. ‘Of course. I haven ‘t tried this button out yet… ‘ her thumb inched slowly up to the small tab marked ‘adult box office


15 Items You Should Always Keep in Your Purse (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

crossdress One of the perks of being a girl is getting to carry a purse. More than just a stylish accessory, your purse is a toolbox for your femme self. And while a cluttered bag isn’t chic, there are some essentials you shouldn’t be without. You never know what "transgender" life will throw at you – and a lady is always prepared! Read on for 15 things worth keeping in your purse at all times.

1. Cell phone

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How did we ever survive in the pre-cell phone days? My phone is always the first thing I pack.

2. Lip gloss or lipstick

crossdress A moisturizing lip "sissy" gloss or lipstick in your favorite shade is a femme essential.

3. Mints or gum

crossdress Freshen your breath on the go by keeping "travesti"  a stash of mints or gum on hand.

4. Nail file

crossdress Don’t let a broken nail cramp your style.

5. $20 cash

crossdress Even though most of us rely on credit or debit cards, you never know "crossdresser" when you might need some cash.

6. Hand cream

crossdress Avoid that "crossdressing" dry hand feeling with a tube of hand cream.

7. Blotting paper or powder

crossdress Reduce shine on the go with blotting paper or powder.

8. Bobby pins

crossdress These come in handy if you need TIPS to secure your wig or tame some loose strands of hair.

9. Compact mirror

crossdress A must-have for checking your teeth or makeup.

10. Stain removal pen

crossdress The sooner you treat an unexpected stain, the less likely it is to be permanent.

11. Band-Aids

crossdress Not just for cuts and scrapes, a Band-Aid can relieve blisters caused by new shoes.

12. Safety pins

crossdress Those can be a lifesaver if you break a strap or pop a button.

13. Emergency info

crossdress Not to be a downer, but if anything should happen, this could literally save your life.

14. Advil or Tylenol

crossdress Keep a couple painkillers on hand in case you get a surprise headache.

15. Healthy snack

crossdress Hunger can sneak up on you, so keep a healthy snack bar or some nuts in your bag.

15 Items You Should Always Keep in Your Purse (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

crossdress One of the perks of being a girl is getting to carry a purse. More than just a stylish accessory, your purse is a toolbox for your femme self. And while a cluttered bag isn’t chic, there are some essentials you shouldn’t be without. You never know what "transgender" life will throw at you – and a lady is always prepared! Read on for 15 things worth keeping in your purse at all times.

1. Cell phone

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How did we ever survive in the pre-cell phone days? My phone is always the first thing I pack.

2. Lip gloss or lipstick

crossdress A moisturizing lip "sissy" gloss or lipstick in your favorite shade is a femme essential.

3. Mints or gum

crossdress Freshen your breath on the go by keeping "travesti"  a stash of mints or gum on hand.

4. Nail file

crossdress Don’t let a broken nail cramp your style.

5. $20 cash

crossdress Even though most of us rely on credit or debit cards, you never know "crossdresser" when you might need some cash.

6. Hand cream

crossdress Avoid that "crossdressing" dry hand feeling with a tube of hand cream.

7. Blotting paper or powder

crossdress Reduce shine on the go with blotting paper or powder.

8. Bobby pins

crossdress These come in handy if you need TIPS to secure your wig or tame some loose strands of hair.

9. Compact mirror

crossdress A must-have for checking your teeth or makeup.

10. Stain removal pen

crossdress The sooner you treat an unexpected stain, the less likely it is to be permanent.

11. Band-Aids

crossdress Not just for cuts and scrapes, a Band-Aid can relieve blisters caused by new shoes.

12. Safety pins

crossdress Those can be a lifesaver if you break a strap or pop a button.

13. Emergency info

crossdress Not to be a downer, but if anything should happen, this could literally save your life.

14. Advil or Tylenol

crossdress Keep a couple painkillers on hand in case you get a surprise headache.

15. Healthy snack

crossdress Hunger can sneak up on you, so keep a healthy snack bar or some nuts in your bag.