wearing anything other than the most basic clothes for the current weather is vain in this set of mind
you just want to express yourself and that's why we wear accesoires or even different clothes
if we all wore the same you could still be vain because there are people who just look better than others
um.. i mean. this is mine. i try to avoid logos but mostly just buy everything from the same store (it's easier, i know my sizes too). i usually dont tell people i shop at hollister though cause hearing the brand name makes me feel like a tool. guess i am, but atleast i'm qt3.14 basic bitch
my fashion sense is kind of cobbled together, but at least it's better than it used to be.
I call this outfit: "Slave to Corporate America"
I got pretty plain tastes, but I think simple can be good too.
That wasted some time but was fun.
My, whatevs I don't want to think basics look something like this. I mean with some variations but that's my normal.
20y/o pre-hrt mtf. currently dressing more and more andro. not sure if i'm ever going to be a huge fan of skirts or heels anyway
gr8 shirt choices
would cuddle in front of a fireplace with
minimal and nice, nice is good
i wanted to dress like that when i was 15
love that style, not what i'd wear but i'd totally take a walk in a park on a sunny autumn eve with you
pretty plain but probably looks good on you if you got The Body
you can call me a hipster if it makes you feel better about yourself. i don't really care about labels and putting a name tag on everything.
as for smoking, i'm trying to tone it down. i'm afraid my voice will be shit and prevent me from passing since barring my height (i'm fucking 6" tall) i'm doing pretty well on other aspects.
i hope i wasn't rude in my 1st post though
>i do, and i like plain
There are like, 1 or 2 trans women out of hundreds, that have a good body enough.
It's possible you are one of them, but it's unlikely... Most probably, that style doesn't work on you. If you don't have a significantly smaller ribcage than your hips, and a significantly smaller waist than your ribcage, then that shirt will look really bad on you, and only enhance how masculine your body is.
nah it's fine i just want to look like john lennon (even though i'm mtf heh)
style is style so it's all subjective. the stuff in yours isn't for me but it's not for me. good luck on everything (especially quitting smoking! i think it fucks with hrt)
i transitioned young - 5'9" 34b-26-36. people think i'm joking when i tell them and i've been told i could be a model (i think my face is absolute shit). i have really wide hips and a skinnyish waist. and like i said, john lennon is cool
Doesn't sound good enough, especially not if you're like lots of trans women and take the wrong band size, and is actually 34" underbust while wearing a 34 band size.
Unless, you mean that your bust is 34", and it's from a C-cup, then maybe it's ok, at least if your hip measurement is taken at "high hip" (not widest part).
>having absolutely no clue what the fuck you're talking about