Wednesday, April 27, 2011


    One of the largest problems with being a transvestite is the amount of clothes that I have.  I told you all earlier that I built myself a dresser.  I thought I would share with you how exactly I store all of the clothes that I have.

 This is both of my dressers.  The small one is for my guy clothes and the larger one is obviously for my girl clothes.  
 This is from inside my small dresser.
So I say that the small dresser is for my guy clothes and this is from my small dresser, but if you can tell, those don't look like male clothing items.  And that would be because its my underwear drawer.  This is actually filled with women's underwear.  I started wearing women's underwear full time so long ago I don't really think of it as girl underwear, its just my underwear.  

 So this is the top drawer of my large dresser.  It holds all of my bras and various padded items.

 The top of my large dresser lifts up and is actually a hidden jewelry box.

 The second drawer holds all of my socks, and stockings, and spanx like items.  Do you have spanx clothing?  If not you should really get some shapewear!  It is wonderful!

 The third drawer holds my shortsleeve items.

 The next drawer hold my long sleeve shirts.
 The second to last drawer holds my wigs and sweaters.
 Ooops I thought the last drawer was second to last, actually this one is.  This holds some light dresses, shorts, skirts, and fleece pants.
 This is the last drawer and shows several boxes of breast inserts and my guy jeans for working in the yard.

I hope you have enjoyed my dressers.  Most of my clothes are contained very nicely in these two items.  In the future I will show you my closet, which actually is not very exciting at all.


  1. you seem amazing and very organized! what kind of dressers are those? the jewelry and mirror fold up is great! would love to have one of my own!

  2. Thanks I appreciate that you think I seem amazing.

    The dressers - I made them both. I designed both of them myself to suit my own personal needs. They are both solid cherry wood dressers and I love, love, love them dearly. If I hadn't made them I would never be able to afford such nice storage for myself.