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post #31 of 42
I'm waiting for Conne to chime in, since he has experience in the matter.
post #32 of 42
I totally approve. While I haven't done so yet, I've borrowed a few cardigans and pairs of jeans from female friends and they looked good. I assume coats would also be good.

Just be careful, because a lot of women's wovens are cut to give you a feminine shape. It's important not to wear shirts that are cut to give you breasts and hips. Similarly, a lot of women's sweaters are fuller or ruched around the breasts; avoid these.

A few women's shirts I seen have been good though, and I like a lot of the details in women's clothing: (very low) heels, half-belted backs, and slim cuts in general. The general freeness of fabric and texture are really nice as well, although menswear is generally made with better fabrics than womenswear.

But yeah, do it, especially if you're skinny or small. Better than wearing some bullshit robe of a shirt from J Crew.
post #33 of 42
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Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot View Post
I totally approve. While I haven't done so yet, I've borrowed a few cardigans and pairs of jeans from female friends and they looked good. I assume coats would also be good.

Just be careful, because a lot of women's wovens are cut to give you a feminine shape. It's important not to wear shirts that are cut to give you breasts and hips. Similarly, a lot of women's sweaters are fuller or ruched around the breasts; avoid these.

A few women's shirts I seen have been good though, and I like a lot of the details in women's clothing: (very low) heels, half-belted backs, and slim cuts in general. The general freeness of fabric and texture are really nice as well, although menswear is generally made with better fabrics than womenswear.

But yeah, do it, especially if you're skinny or small. Better than wearing some bullshit robe of a shirt from J Crew.


Also, if you have a small dick, nothing wrong with just slipping on a pair of panties from the women's section. Better than wearing some bullshit tent of a pair of underwear from J. Crew.
post #34 of 42
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Keep away from silk thongs, the silk feels nice cradling the ol' 'nads but the thong bit is a bit of a bastard as it has a tendency to work it's way right into the crack of your arse.

This sounds too much like first hand experience.
post #35 of 42
necro-bumping to see if anyone has experience sizing women's clothes, in particular cardis (which OP and makeshift_robot seem to have positive experience with)
eyeing the two below, love the color/styling and don't mind feminine details. my waist is 28 and chest 36, so is women's size 10 going to fit me?
post #36 of 42
^ yeah I say go for it...
post #37 of 42
I've got a sweater that zips on the wrong side (though unlike buttons, you can't tell...not that I would notice buttons on a dudes sweater)

It is either just backwards or it is the biggest womens size M I have ever seen
post #38 of 42
my chest is 34 waist 28. I can easily wear a size 6 in tops.
post #39 of 42
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post
On a related note, women wearing men's clothing kind of turns me on a little. Is that wrong?

Definitely not, especially when she wearing your shirt from the night before.

Nothing wrong with women clothing if it fits and there are no distinguishable features that suggest it really is for women. I'd declare all those as unisex even if they're from the women's section. I have a few "women's" woolen scarves I wear and there's nothing to suggest they're women really.
post #40 of 42

There's nothing wrong with it..

if it fits to you.. then why not

 

its up to you whats your choice..smile.gif

post #41 of 42
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my chest is 34 waist 28. I can easily wear a size 6 in tops.

More proof that SF is populated by manlets.
post #42 of 42
If the clothing items are from a popular local store, then that itself could lead to recognition later and therefore makes it a bad idea.
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