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What do you wear?
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Posted 10/6/14
A majority of the time I wear women clothing, when I'm going out or on a night out.

My favourite shirt is actually a XL sized shirt that I got from a LAN party sponsored by Alienware a long, long time ago. I'm a size XS myself, so it's relatively over-sized on my frame.

Normally when I'm at home, going to my boyfriend's or just doing grocery shopping I wear comfortable clothing which normally warrants a somewhat oversized male tee or flannel.

Posted 10/6/14
Men.

Mainly because modern female clothes don't complement my body shape. wearing mini-skirt when my legs are super duper muscular... doesn't seem very appealing...

I wouldn't oppose to wearing female traditional clothing, like a female yukata, though. As there is not much difference between a male one and a female one beside the belt placement and the pattern. I like the floral patterns in female yukata... don't like the striped patterns in male ones.
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Posted 10/6/14
Men get thicker jackets, jumpers and socks. I don't mind wearing those in winter. I'm annoyed that where I live it's easy to find a range of men's socks in 100% silk or 100% wool or 100% cotton, no such luck with the woman's stuff. They get around 70% or even less and the rest is made up of lycra. I won't wear men's trousers they aren't tailored for a woman's curves. I'd just end up with tight legs and a large gaping waist that won't look good no matter how tight a belt I use with it.
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Posted 10/6/14 , edited 10/6/14
Being a man let's just say you won't catch me in stilettos and a leopard skin coat anytime soon. Though honestly as far as clothes go I generally prefer whatever's comfortable. Usually I wear either a T-Shirt or a tartan shirt and cargo trousers or jogging bottoms, all male.
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Posted 10/6/14 , edited 10/6/14

madmejis wrote:

I'm just going to come out and say it but... sometimes women's lace panties just feel nice on the boys and the buttocks.


Posted 10/6/14
Haha. ^

Mainly plaid shirts, oversized tops/jumpers/hoodies.
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I mix it up.
I have a lot of men's shirts. Mostly band or super-hero related,
Right now I'm wearing a men's knit sweater like a tunic with a pair of leggings.

You can still be cute while wearing men's clothing.
Posted 10/6/14
I have one pair of pants, one sweatshirt, one sweater, one denim jacket, one leather jacket, three T-shirts, and one pair of shoes.


I go shopping at the local ghetto bodega.
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I only really wear men's clothing. I like the look and comfort a lot more than women's clothing.
Posted 10/6/14 , edited 10/6/14
Women's. Though my closet consists of mostly T-shirts from Hot Topic, Jeans, and Hoodies.
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Posted 10/6/14
I don't always wear clothes.. but when I do, they come from the Men's department.
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Posted 10/6/14

HuastecoOtaku wrote:


madmejis wrote:

I'm just going to come out and say it but... sometimes women's lace panties just feel nice on the boys and the buttocks.




This one the first thing I though of when I read that comment.

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Posted 10/6/14 , edited 10/6/14
I wear clothes from the juniors section... so women's. I tend to dress for comfort most of the time, so skinny jeans and hoodies all day. I wouldn't mind getting stuff like hoodies from the guy's section lol. But I do tend to dress slightly girly sometimes XD
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Posted 10/7/14
As long as it looks sort of cute or nice without being overly flamboyant or weird, I'd probably wear it. Sometimes I buy the larges girl size for casual wear since kids' clothes are usually cheaper.
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Posted 10/7/14
As a boring man, mens.

That said, we know from The IT Crowd that wearing women's slacks gives a man confidence so, maybe I'll change it up!
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