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    When no one is around I tend to dress up. Right now I have 1 pair of tights, and a skirt. I would love to get some peoples opinions on what they find comfortable (and perhaps fairly cheap as my budget is very slim).

    I wouldn't mind some feminine baby clothes as well but I'll have to be discreet about it

    So please comment so I can get some good ideas

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    what about a dress, there quite comfortable, or maybe a bra?

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    What do you want to wear when your dressed? Personally I love sun dresses with sleeves, retro dresses from the 40s and 50s, and gothic Lolita from Japan.

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    As Gwendolyn mentioned, it is important to explore your own personal wishes as to what you would like to wear. However, with that being said, may I suggest a pretty sun dress with slightly puffy shoulders, a lacy but comfy bra (the style that hooks on the front...so much easier), a soft silky cami over that and of course matching panties for the bra. Pantyhose is always a most welcomed choice as is comfy but stylish shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonelyandconfused View Post
    I wouldn't mind some feminine baby clothes as well but I'll have to be discreet about it
    For cheap - I'd definitely check out secondhand/thrift shops. Salvation Army, The ReStore [habitat for humanity] and Goodwill prob being the best.
    You can find some really good deals in them and if you don't like or want something any more, donate it back, its like renting clothes, lol.
    I do know that local Targets will also donate items to their local Goodwill, so it is not uncommon to find new with tags items from them in a Goodwill.

    Ya....... That is prob gonna be a problem. Are you talking about little girl styles or more like baby-ish type stuff?
    You're prob not going to find that stuff locally. And from what I've seen from others posting about that stuff, it is EX-Pen-Sive! Wow!

    You prob wouldn't want what I call "comfortable" lol. jeans, t-shirts, flannel, fuzzy pajama pants.
    But dresses are always hella cute! They do the thing when you twirl.

    I guess it depend too on what you want? Like do you only like dressing up as a baby girl or a well big girl too?

    Gives me more details please!

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    I much prefer thicker tights and knit leggings over pantyhose, but then my girl side is pretty little. For more inexpensive selections, thrift stores are a good way to go. If you're nervous about shopping in person, I like Amazon and ThreadUp.

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    Wow all theae good ideas. I'll definitely look into some sun dresses. Maybe some jeans and maybe a pink cami. As for bra sizes I'm not sure how to measure them or even where I can get inserts or something to simulate breasts. Also ive considered a onezie for sleeping and general around the house wear. Mandybear I would do both little and big girl.

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    All fantastic ideas so far. I'll also mention panties as a great crossdressing option. They're cheap, easy to hide, you can wear them lots of places, and there's a pair for any style you like! I find them much comfier than men's underwear, too. And you can get them basically anywhere. If you're looking for a good starting option, a pair of panties is a great way to dip your toes in the crossdressing pool.

    Also, for simulating breasts, a good starter option is to stuff your bra. I've used a pair of soft socks in each cup, and kleenex. Some people use cotton balls. If you want to be more realistic, look into breast forms. They're silicone breasts that you wear in your bra. You have to be careful of measurements, amd they're expensive (over $100), but if you want a realistic fake breast, they're the way to go.

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    I agree, panties should be the foundation to your crossdressing wardrobe. Panties are the easiest female garment to wear discreetly and on a budget. You can get a nice pair of panties from Walmart for under three dollars. I like panties at Target as they have tendacy to have some more cartoon themed juvenile panties for big girls. Wearing a thong for the first time is so exciting and feminine. Have you considered wearing panty liners or even thick maxi pads? I wore panties and a maxi pad to work everyday as a Project Manager and no one ever knew the sissy I was underneath my dress pants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonelyandconfused View Post
    As for bra sizes I'm not sure how to measure them or even where I can get inserts or something to simulate breasts.
    Also ive considered a onezie for sleeping and general around the house wear. Mandybear I would do both little and big girl.
    It really depends on your size for bras. To find your Band size (the number part of a bra) Generally speaking, whatever your chest measurement is (below your nipples) add 2 inches if even, 3 if odd. (some places will say 4 and 3, some 4/5 eh!) Now if you're over 38 only add 2 even, 1 odd.
    The second part is the cup size (the letter part) that is how big your boobs are, or want them to be, lol.
    so lets say your chest is 36. you would add 2 = 38 is your band size. The bigger the band size, the harder it is to find in smaller cup sizes.
    36 band and down, you can find A cups to D easy. 38/40 A or B not easy to find, lol. Most girls with bigger chests have bigger boobs to match.
    If you want boobies that say look I have boobies, but not OMG these are huge, lol I'd say B cup.
    And for something to put in your new bra THESE

    Onesies. We call them bodysuits, lol If you're on the smaller side, I'd SO say check out Forever21.
    They have some really really cute bodysuits and so inexpensive too under 10 dollars! Bad thing thou, not all of them have snaps at the crotch, something we've been complaining about forever! But camis 2 bucks! Dresses (def check out "skater dresses") like 15 bucks.



    Quote Originally Posted by hosr63 View Post
    a lacy but comfy bra (the style that hooks on the front...so much easier), and of course matching panties for the bra.
    Ehhhh... Most Juniors/Women's bras are rear closing. But if you're small enough you can find front closing bras in the kids section, usually up to 36, but sometimes 38 band.
    Matching bra and panties are a freakin hassle, lol.
    Cute panties + flimsy bra =
    Good bra + wrong style or flimsy panties =
    Good bra + good panties, in a style you like = Hard to find, or really pricey. Although I have had luck finding good inexpensive sets on ebay.


    Quote Originally Posted by Adventurer View Post
    Also, for simulating breasts, a good starter option is to stuff your bra.
    THESE are a girl's best friend and cheap too!

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