Buying women's clothes  

riatsila67 67
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5/26/2005 1:03 am

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Buying women's clothes

As I see it as a transvestite or cross dresser (whichever) you can buy your girls’ (womens’ clothes in several ways ‒ and I guess I have used them all over the years.
At first there was the furtive rallies into the big stores around Christmas time, pretending that the underwear was for a wife or a girlfriend and sort of guessing the size you would need.
Then there were catalogues. See something, mail for it and get it back. Try it on and if it didn’t fit or looked awful, send it back. Inevitably in my case it got sent back as I’m no model and the offering on me didn’t look like it had in the page of the catalogue when displayed by a model. That’s lesson number one ‒ but I still buy that way occasionally.
Then there is the third way ‒ and the one I use now ‒ just go and do it. Walk into a woman’s clothing shop and look through the racks and buy what you want.
If you feel sweaty, flushed or hot either go through with it or get out and come back later. Don’t feel embarrassed ‒ it’s just another shop and your money is as good as the next woman’s.
Just hand it over at the counter, don’t pretend its for your wife or girlfriend or talk… just get it and pay. Most of the time the sales assistant will probably assume its for your lady or for you. So what. To her it’s just another sale on the till.
Un-TILL next time.
Riatsila
xx


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