Today, our new regular contributor, Tami, writes about what is right for her and she hopes some readers will relate to her views.
― great. They also say how difficult and uncomfortable the interaction can be with a trans gal that isn't comfortable, isn't blending in, and projects it. One woman told me how hard she tried to make this person feel comfortable in her store, but couldn't do so. Maybe in time.
- It's not about getting dressed; it is the reward of being well put together.
- It's not about getting overly dolled up; it is knowing I will blend with others perfectly and with style.
- It's not about copying another’s look; it is developing my own signature look.
- It's not about always color or always black; it is about knowing when to wear both.
- It's not about the legs; it is about an elegant hem line and its movement.
- It's not about hosiery (that’s over); but it can be about tights.
- It's not about heels that launch me over the others; it’s just not.
- It's not about dramatic makeup; it is that others expect me to look naturally pretty.
- It's not about the jewelry; it is about what makes me sparkle.
- It's not about a large breast or booty; it is about proportion and décolletage.
- It's not about really long hair; it is about age appropriate up-to-date hairstyles.
- It’s not about attracting attention; it is about getting an approving compliment or look!
- It’s not about standing out; it is about being invited to join in. (So fun!)
|Wearing Ann Taylor|