Since most us played on the other team most of our lives, femulating can be challenging. We try to be mature women, yet we are still learning the basics that young women take for granted.
Personally, I willingly accept all the help I can get. One source of help I find very useful is Ginger Burr, an image consultant, who I had the pleasure of meeting last fall. Ginger runs Total Image Consultants, an image consultant business in the Boston area and has both cis and transgender women as clients.
Ginger also has an online presence. She writes a blog and sends out sage advice via e-mail.
Today her blog asks "Do You Have a One-Dimensional Wardrobe?"
Ginger writes, "Here’s something to ponder: There’s a fine line between ‘knowing’ yourself (for instance, feeling genuinely confident that harem pants are not for you) and ‘limiting’ yourself, and your style when it’s not necessary.
"Many women pigeon hole themselves into a prescribed way of dressing and thereby limit their options and often squelch their sense of delight. Their wardrobe becomes functional and one-dimensional — devoid of any personal style and their boredom level escalates."
I highly recommend reading the rest of the article; you can find it here.
You can also subscribe to Ginger’s e-mails here.
And may your weekend be femulating!