Oct 13, 2018

The Changing Seasons

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Dear Juliette,

As we are approaching the change into winter it got me thinking. I anticipate most cross dressers take a similar view to dressing as I do, in that we spend a limited time dressed and therefore probably dress in more delicate feminine syles and clothes which are more suited to warmer weather. This time of year always causes me difficulties dressing, and while female friends embrace baggy jumpers and leggings, which should be sympathetic to a cross dresser, I just don't get it, and find myself reverting to opaque tights and leather skirts, with fitted stretchy tops. On the up side winter does mean you get the chance to wear some gorgeous boots.

Anyhow, do you have a preferred season to dress for?

Sorry that I've been away from your forum for a while, for some reason I haven't been able to publish comments. Latest batch of videos are wonderful, keep up the good work.

Regards,

Stella

Nov 9, 2018

Hi Stella, Thanks for this one, I absolutely prefer the cooler seasons, I've always traditionally dressed more in the winter but I find makeup and dresses are a lot easier to manage when it's cold. Having said that, I pretty much dress the same all year round with the exception of wearing tights :) I'll have a look at putting this into a video soon as well :)

 

Take care and to be honest I've not been on here as much as I should have either :D

 

Juliette xx

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