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 Jasmine5, CrossDresser 49  Orpington Kent

Princess Jasmine

I've been shopping (again). It's what we girls do!I have bought some princess outfits as I want to be princess!Snow WhiteThe Beauty dress from Beauty and the BeastThe purple Rapunzel dress (purchased but not yet received)Princess Leia (the slave girl outfit - not yet received)The Snow White and Beauty dresses come with hooped petticoats that really make the skirt of the dress stand out and make me feel really girly! Only problem is is that I can't get the petticoats to collapse ag…

 Jasmine5, CrossDresser 49  Orpington Kent

Petticoated

I found a wonderful picture on deviant art bearing this title and here it is in all its glory!The idea of putting boys into dresses has always fascinated me. In an instant the boy loses the masculinity granted by trousers and the substitution of a pretty frock makes him an instant girl.In this picture I adore the dress - it is so pretty! And the way the boy's feet are placed so girlishly and his hands are touching his feminine finery.I just love this picture!Jaz

 Jasmine5, CrossDresser 49  Orpington Kent

Check!

I've been going through my wardrobe and I have a lot of cool stuff! White silk little girls' frock with a pink bow - unfortunately I ordered the hemline a little too short and so it is more like a top than a dress! (Still, it does give anyone looking a interesting view) Pink satin little girls' frock with white lace edging - I love this dress! Blue Petticoat Two pairs of ultra frilly knickers - one in pink and black and one in white satin and lace (this one was clearly meant to ac…

 Jasmine5, CrossDresser 49  Orpington Kent

47 going on 7 - what is wrong with me?

HiIt has been a busy weekend for me. I am trying to build up my femme wardrobe and I've been shopping.I have bought a gorgeous pencil skirt and it fits like a dream. I love the way that it constricts your legs so that you need to take smaller steps and you can't stride confidently like a man. I picked up a cute little blouse to go with it.I also have another blouse - white with lace detail - coming (off ebay).Today, I had delivered a 1950's style blue with polka-dot dress and my v…

 Jasmine5, CrossDresser 49  Orpington Kent

If Only!

Mum was livid No wonder really. It wasn't every day that you caught your thirteen year old son wearing your favourite evening gown! As for me, the thirteen year old son in question, the bottom had just fallen out of my world and I wished the ground would swallow me up whole. You see, I had been doing this for a while now. I had tried on all of mum's clothes, including her underwear, but up until now I had been lucky. My luck had just run out! "What the hell are you doing dressed l…

 Jasmine5, CrossDresser 49  Orpington Kent

Gym Slip

Up until the last couple of years, school had always been a trial for me and I simply hated it. As I mentioned, I was pretty horrible boy and badly behaved. With puberty, as well as discovering the girl within, I calmed down and finally knuckled down to my studies.In the final year, I was on course to actually get some O Levels, which none of my teachers would have said was possible a few years earlier. I was also the school council representative for my class. Anyway, some teacher had the brigh…

 Jasmine5, CrossDresser 49  Orpington Kent

My crossdressing journey begins

As I mentioned in my previous blog, it was not until I saw Tom in a sailor girl outfit and Dick dressed as a ballerina, that I got interested in girls' things. That my father was often away due to his job helped. I only had to fear possible discovery by my mother and my sister, younger than me by four years. My mum had absolutely no interest in fashion and had a small wardrode and wouldn't notice if I had been through her things. Initially, I tried on some of my mum's dresses, but…

 Jasmine5, CrossDresser 49  Orpington Kent

The shame of it!

It was not until I reached puberty that I became aware of my girl self. Up until then, I had been a very ordinary and not very nice boy. As a baby, I am told, I had ringlets and was said to be very beautiful. In spite being dressed in blue, I was always mistaken for a girl. Determined to raise me as a boy, my mother got my ringlets chopped. During my childhood, I was brought up as a boy and I never wore girls' things, although I looked quite feminine and had a slim build. To my chagrin, I w…