Monday, 29 August 2011
Getting a man in...
I have been quite busy over the past month and whnever I have been at home it has been wet, so my (largeish) lawns have not been cut for several weeks. Yesterday (Bank Holiday Monday) it was dry and I was at home, so it was the opportunity to give the grassthe cut it needed.
For tasks like this I have kept some of my male jeans and jumpers back during the great clear out of a month ago. For a couple of months now, I have been wearing nothing but female clothing, which fits nicely, is stretchy where it needs to be and fitted where it can be to show my shape... Over my underwear I pulled on a T-shirt (I am close to a B-cup now) and then a male pair of jeans and a grey jumper.
How shapeless and baggy and sloppy they looked! I stood looking in the mirror - it was really strange. These were clothes that only a few weeks ago would have been totally normal for me to wear. Now they seem totally wrong! I did wear them for the work, but it felt like being swathed in far too much material. As soon as I was done I pulled off the jumper and changed to a nicely-fitting pair of straight leg female jeans. Not skin-tight by any means but I had my shape back.
I love being a woman and having my womanly curves, even if they are still developing. I'd love to be wearing more fitted trousers (when I have wear trousers) but there is still that annoying bulge to ruin the impression......but only for another 14 months or so.
Robin Moira White