What I was trying to suggest, in a lighthearted sort of way, was that having had to dress as a man for a while I just wanted to get back to what is my new normal. Many of my workaday clothes I am wearing at the moment are either he self same ones I was wearing last year, or pretty similar. Jeans, tee shirt or singlet with a work shirt over the top. On my feet extremely unsexy and essentially unisex steel te capped work boots. The difference is the bra. My boobage (is that word? if not it is now!) is the source of much of my physical expression of my femininity, and by the very nature of how I achieve that little trick I need a bra.
I have heard it said that woman can feel their whole femininity challenged after undergoing mastectomy, this is one of the reasons that reconstructive surgery is offered on the NHS, I suspect that all trans women can relate to this. It is not our clothes that make us women, it is how we feel inside, but the clothes and our whole external presentation is a large part of how we express it.
On a different note (probably an F) I have a real treat in store for you all tomorrow. A first for Paula's Place, and one I am quite excited about.