Your 7 Biggest Bra Problems – Solved! (For Crossdressers and MTF Transgender Women)

I follow Lucille Sorella’s “Femme Secrets” blog which is aimed at Male to Female transgender readers and often as some very useful tips like the one last week entitled:-

Your 7 Biggest Bra Problems – Solved! (For Crossdressers and MTF Transgender Women)


I know from my own experience that finding the right bra can be difficult for transgender and cross-dressing people so i decided to share the article with my readers.  The article addresses such things as:-

Wrinkled or gapping bra cups,

Finding the right bra size

Back bulge

Wide set breasts

Straps that fall down

Breast forms that don’t stay in place

Bra showing through clothing

The article is informative and useful so please take a read.



This is something i have never thought about until i read a posting from Imogen Lamport in her “Inside Out Style” blog.  The article explans very well what shoe vamp actually is and gives good advice as to how to wear different types of vamp.  I thouht it well worth sharing, especially for my transgender and cross-dressing readers, so if you are interested please take a look at it by clicking on the following link.



The article not ony defines vamp but also demonstrates how to chose the right style of shoe and therefore vamp to go with one’s choice of dress.  The article has links to additional articles on the subject and overall Imogen privides a very comprehensive discussion on the subject.


I don’t really own a statement necklace and i tend to go for rather plain or simple styles and had never thought much about wearing a staemenbt neklace until i read this article by Imogen Lamport in her “Ïnside Out Style” blog.  It has certainly got me thinking about investing in such items and it may also stimulate some of my readers, especially the transgender and cross dressing ones into giving statement necklaces a go if they haven’t already.



A statement necklace will draw eyes up to your face, add a pop of colour to you outfit, express your personality, alter the level of refinement of your outfit, add interest to an outfit and help you win friends and influence people.

9 Ways To Style A Leather Skirt

I love leather and leather skirts in particular and do so wish that i had several to choose from.  Sadly i don’t and so when i come across blogs like “9 Ways To Style A Leather Skirt” by Natasha Alexandrou promoting leather skirts and presenting some fabulous looks focussed on leather skirts i have to admit i go green with envy.  In any event, i felt that i had to share the post with my readers and also give some of my thoughts on the items listed.

9 Ways To Style A Leather Skirt

Look 1;  While i do not normally go for skirts of this length i do like the slim fit and this simple look with just a Tee shirt and heels is gorgeous.

leather look 1

View the Original Post / Follow We The People on Bloglovin’  Jimmy Choo heels. MiH tee, Karen Millen leather skirt,
Look 2;  Again, the skirt is much longer than one i would normally wear but i lve the zip side fastening and the idea of giving glimpses of something sexy underneath.

leather look 2

View the Original Post / Follow The Chriselle Factor on Bloglovin   Kalmanovich skirt.
Look 3: Pale blue is not my colour but i do adore the style of this skirt and jacket and i think the overall look is terrific.

leather look 3

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Look 4: A leather pencil skirt finishing just above the knee looking good with a black sweater.

leather look 4

View the Original Post / Follow The Chronicles Of Her on Bloglovin   Acne Studios sweater, Reiss leather skirt, Saint Laurent clutch, The Mode Collective heels and Cos earrings (similar)
Look 5: I think that this combination works very weel and provides a sophisticated and elegant look.

leather look 5

View the Original Post / Follow Hanna Stefansson on Bloglovin  Top from Rodebjer, skirt from Filippa K, sandals from ATP Atelier, bag from Marni and sunglasses from Ahlem. 
Look 6: Another long pencil leather skirt which goes well with a high neck tank and heels.

leather look 6

View the Original Post / Follow Badlands on Bloglovin   Forever New High Neck Tank (similar here), Split Pencil Skirt and Minimal Heels.
Look 7: This is more my style being a mini skirt with a cross-over front.  It looks great with the heels and the jumper.

leather look 7

View the Original Post / Follow Fashion Me Now on Bloglovin’  Jumper | Finery; Skirt | Asos; Shoes | Jimmy Choo; Sunglasses | Jimmy Choo; Bag | Celine via Vestiaire Collective; Necklace | Lucy Williams X Missoma (now available on Shopbop).
Look 8: Another mini whch is more my style and i like the two-tone colours in this one. The exposed shoulder with the jumper adds to its sex appeal.

leather look 8

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Top via Beaufille similar here; Coach, skirt here; Aperlai, shoes here; A.P.C, bag here
Look 9:  Another cross-over mini that i like a lot but not being a lover of sneakers i would wear it with heels and a sexy top.

leather look 9.jpg

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That concludes the looks presented on the original post with my thoughts.  I would be interested to receive xomments on the various looks and any favourites from my readers.

The June Range – Agent Provocateur

I just had to share this gorgeous lingerie with my readers.  The June Range from Agent Provocateur is just sensual, flirtatious, pretty, and luxurious to name but a few superlatives.  I hope you enjoy this little preview.

The June Range – Agent Provocateur


No shrinking violet, June is a fabulous confection of vibrant florals and a flirtatious demeanour. One of this season’s stand-out ranges, June’s carefully crafted range includes classic lingerie styles with a kimono, ideal for luxurious lazing, and a playful romper to add petal power to your boudoir and outerwear repertoires. The pieces are made from stretch silk satin in a 1930s-inspired floral print trimmed with pretty, scalloped-edged black lace.
This bra and brief are crafted from stretch silk satin in a 1930s-inspired floral print trimmed with pretty, scalloped-edged black lace running at the top of the cups and trimming the wide straps. The soft cups are underwired for support and feature subtle darting, with a small silken bow between them. The bra is finished with black zig-zag embroidery.  The brief has a racy row of black lace frills at the rear for a cheeky finish.
The thong is also crafted from stretch silk satin in a 1930s-inspired floral print trimmed with pretty, scalloped-edged black lace edging but has metallic hoops linking the front panel to the tanga-style straps at the hips. It’s finished with a black lace string-style rear.
In a playful, figure-flattering shape to work the boudoir and spice up your outerwear ensembles, this romper suit is also made from stretch silk satin in a 1930s-inspired floral print ut has a boat-style high neckline, floaty, chiffon kimono sleeves cut to the elbow and a matching chiffon belt to cinch in your waist. At the rear, a dramatic cut-out below the shoulders is accented with fixed straps in a crossover effect. Silk-wrapped buttons complete the effect, and a concealed zip fastens at the centre back.
Envelop yourself in luxurious stretch silk satin in this kimono, in in a 1930s-inspired floral print, cut to sit high on the thigh, with a classic wrap front, wide sleeves and matching sash belt.
Add to your June lingerie collection with this pretty, padded eyemask. Based on the classic ruffled eye-mask shape, it’s made from all-over printed silk, edged in black lace with a gathered silk head strap and finished with an embroidered AP logo.



One of the reasons that i follow Imogen Lamport’s “Inside Out Style” blog is the frequent tips and advice she presents on a range of topics to do with styling and doing so cost effectively.  One example is her recent post – 


which gives a lot of sound advice on how to mix and match prints in a capsule wardrobe.  I for one have a limited clothing budget so for me it is important to buy items that will go well with other items that i already have in my wardrobe and for them also to be of colours that suit me.  I am sure i am not alone among trangender women and cross dressers in having made some aweful gaffs in picking out clothing and in being quite in need of advice in that regard.  If you too are in need of some sond advice, please click the above link and read the article and follow the additional links provided by Imogen which will add further to your knowledge.

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