Driving dressed

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Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:52 pm

I've seen several of y'all mention that you drive dressed at times. I'll admit that I am a truck driver and do drive dressed when possible on the road. Have even done it during the day with wig and all :) and as a matter of fact as soon as I'm done with this delivery I'm on now I'll be getting dressed to finish driving for several more hours this evening! I would happily post a pic but I don't see that as an option on the mobile site on my phone.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:52 pm

I've seen several of y'all mention that you drive dressed at times. I'll admit that I am a truck driver and do drive dressed when possible on the road. Have even done it during the day with wig and all and as a matter of fact as soon as I'm done with this delivery I'm on now I'll be getting dressed to finish driving for several more hours this evening! I would happily post a pic but I don't see that as an option on the mobile site on my phone.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:53 pm

I haven't tried it yet - maybe still just a hair shy. Though I need a cut and am thinking of trying an outing to West Hollywood to find a friendly place...

I'm really looking forward to trying to drive with heels on (I'll bring flats just in case!!!)...

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:53 pm

One of my favorite (and safest) way of going out.
[I just posted this fact on another thread, sorry]. I have an Infinity G37 convertible, and absolutely delight in putting down the top and tooling around the area.

I usually wear my nice silk headscarf with the wig, or sometimes just the scarf (very long scarf, oriental print; my favorite one). I wear my biggest ear hoops for the best visual effect. Lipstick. And then whatever. A nice sunny day in the convertible, driving up to the mountains or around the city is great.

I'm home for a week alone. Dressing to the max will be on the agenda, as will be a long drive with the top down. I have a new green cocktail dress that's hot, and will be the subject of my attention, but I am really thinking about acquiring my first mini skirt for the drive.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:53 pm

I saw this mentioned in another thread earlier after I put this up.
Wow would I love to cruise around in a convertible!
And good luck driving in heels! I've tried but no go here Lol! I have to take em off. Working the gas pedal can be tricky but I'd like to know how it goes for you when you do decide to do it

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:53 pm

Arriel, for what it's worth, while driving in either mode, I recently realized I very rarely see or notice who is driving a truck. I just don't look.
Now on topic, I'm 54 and have been driving in heels since I was 16. So it's second nature here.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:53 pm

I can pretty much guarantee I have never passed a truck and tried to look up and into the cab to see what the driver was wearing. That might be tough to do anyway.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:54 pm

I used to drive the 48 states with a tractor trailer with a reefer system. Never did it while dressed. But I saw other truckers that were dressed. But I have driven several thousand miles wile dressed in our pickups and no issues with any stops as I probably pass at fifty feet or more. LOL So I am pretty used to driving when dressed.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:54 pm

It said that driving en femme is one of first step of going out. But what about way from your place to car and back? Driving a truck can be great since from car its hard to see in cab at all Movable private place in public Good luck on your trips
Driving en femme must be good way ti start build confidence. I never officialy come out but I did few "half mode" rides. Onetime even wearing wig Also tried to drive in heels (I am curious girl ), 3in was kind of okay, not that hard just something new. Later tried my 6in boots and I dont recomend using those at all

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:54 pm

Have you gone into the truck stop while dressed, and if so what was the reaction?

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:55 pm

Started doing that some years ago in my car at night. Nowadays rarely do it unless I'm going to the club. It was good for it's day though. Helped me take the edge off of the feelings.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:55 pm

I drive a 2 seater convertible, something I have never done is drive it en femme with the top down. Maybe I will when the weather gets better, though I would worry about my wig.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:55 pm

Well I have driven dressed because that's my way of getting somewhere. I'm not going to walk twenty miles.

Someone mentioned getting from the house to the car. That's the difficult part if you're not out to the world. I underdress and then drive to a shopping center parking lot and finish dressing there. Not at the very back where I would look suspicious but near the other cars.

Driving in heels? When I bought my first pair of heels I drove to a parking lot, put them on and tried driving in them. No problem so I drove home wearing them. Of course I'm talking about normal 3" pumps, not something a hooker would wear.

People seem to worry a lot about other motorists or pedestrians seeing them driving while dressed as a woman. If you can't pass while driving, you're not going to pass under any circumstances. Not much of you is visible, there are windows between you and other motorists and most should be looking where they are going, not scouting for crossdressers. Besides, they don't know you so who cares?

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:55 pm

since i work at home - usually dressed - i end up going stir-crazy and need to get out. a get such a rush backing out of the driveway and heading out of my neighborhood. i'm not fearful of driving at all - most people don't pay attention to anything that isn't immediately in front of their face. i just need to get past the neighbors.

the next beginner's step is to drive to a "safe" place, where folks don't judge - could be a friendly wig shop, club, coffee shop, tg-shop - go in and spread yr wings a little. i've ended up becoming good friends with my wig shop owner - she lights up when i come in and always makes me feel good - probably because i drop so much cash there...[url=http://www.crossdressers.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=267678&d=1477057977"

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:56 pm

I have no problem with walking from house to car when I'm home and want to just cruise around town or go to New Orleans. When I'm on the road I have never tried to go into a store dressed. I'm still quite paranoid in this very masculine job to try that. But I have walked around my truck at night just to get out of the truck. I have met another trucker cd in a truck stop and walked across the parking lot to meet her but again that was later at night.
For those of you that can drive in heels more power to you lol, apparently it's a talent I have yet to master.
For those who haven't gone for a drive yet it's a great way to feel a little more comfortable with yourself I think. If you really don't want to get out of the car while out plan ahead and fill up with gas first, take a drink from the house, and use the bathroom before you leave! Lol
And like others have said, no one will be able to stare you down long enough to guess you're a cd and they probably don't know you or would recognize you any way, especially at night. Good luck Girls!

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:56 pm

I should add that if you're not out to the world, you don't want to be driving dressed in a unique car that people recognize. A red Corvette, for example. Something more generic would be better.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:56 pm

Yay! I finally have access to my profile and put a pic of me behind the wheel of my big truck as my avatar.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:57 pm

This was literally my only foray out dressed. My car at that time was generic enough. It wasn't the best first step. Didn't drive in heels though; those I owned wouldn't work with my attire.

I would argue that regardless of whether you drive a red Corvette or silver Corolla, once you're out to the world, you run the risk of being recognised.

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:57 pm

I have been out driving dressed a couple of time. Both time in heels, no big deal. Last time was in my wife's car, it blends better than my truck. I was careful around stop light cameras.
Sara

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Re: Driving dressed

Postby Kerry30Den » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:58 pm

I drove a white jeep liberty when i went drive in a dress, so my vehicle did not stand out, and I lover it when i was caught a red light


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