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How Men Can Look Better Than Women In Lingerie

Updated on February 6, 2010
Cody Jo shows how it is done...
Cody Jo shows how it is done...

Okay men who like to wear women's clothing, here's a challenge for you: looking better in lingerie than women do. Is it possible? I say yes. Of course, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so this is always going to be a subjective matter, but let's not allow that to hold us back in the quest to make men look good in their lingerie.

First of all, looking good is about emphasizing your good points. For men, that is often their legs. If you're not already wearing stockings or panty hose, I suggest you start. If you like lingerie, then there's a better than average chance that you will enjoy the feeling of nylon. Wearing hosiery will accent your legs and make you look delightfully feminine. I'm not entirely sure why it is that we consider legs that are slim and well toned 'feminine' as females usually deal with thigh weightiness and cellulite much more often than men, but that's our misguided notion of beauty for you.

Once you have your legs sorted out, (with perhaps a nice pair of heels to match,) it is time to address the panties. Larger bodied men should go with fuller panties, 'granny panties', if you will. A full brief covers the body nicely and is comfortable on any figure. Olga's Secret Hug range is perfect for this. If, on the other hand, you're a sprightly little thing, then a thong or similar panty style will highlight your flesh. Boyshorts are also great for all figures and are renowned for being incredibly comfortable.

If you're struggling with a belly (as many men do,) a camisole is an excellent piece of lingerie that covers the body tastefully and feels amazing to wear. Babydolls are also a good choice for men who want to look feminine, but don't want to bare their torsos to the world. On the plus side, if you have a little extra weight about you, a good bra can create the sort of cleavage you've always dreamed of. Don't be afraid to experiment with push up bras, women cheat, you can too!

Finally, don't forget about shaving. A shaved or waxed chest, back, legs and bikini line can really set lingerie off in a way that is hard to imagine when you are fully haired. Shaving also makes lingerie feel a thousand times better. Don't believe me? Try shaving one calf and then wearing a pair of jeans. You'll find that shaving makes even the roughest of fabrics feel silky smooth.

The important thing however, is to have fun and enjoy your lingerie. It is very possible for a man to look just as good in lingerie as a woman, it's all about attitude, fit and style.


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      Hope Alexander 

      8 years ago

      You really should share them, erica! :D

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      8 years ago

      I wanted to see if a man could encompass both masculine and feminine qualities and look i hired a professional photographer and had very specific ideas on what I was trying to achieve...and i think we were very successful! We got some images that I think show that both aspects, the duality, exists and can be portrayed as beautiful!

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      8 years ago from Herts. U.K.

      Great stuff Hope, Can't wait to get into my Cervin stockings again!

      Are you looking for photos to see just how good we can look?

      We may have reasonable legs and even a passable face BUT we cannot compete with the beautiful curves of real women.

      Looking forward already to your next article.

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      Pantied boy 

      8 years ago

      Thanks for just inspiring me to go and shave my legs. It wasn't the first time though, as I started shaving 6 weeks ago when I bought my first set of pantyhose. I just wish the legs would be this ultra-silky-smooth for bit longer than two days.

      I guess I've already gone quite a long part of your described route towards looking goof in lingerie. Now when I have all the way feminine lower body outfit, consisting of some nice panties, hosiery and one tulle skirt plus of course shaved legs, it seems that the next must to have thing is a cute camisole. I think it would make the outlook from neck to toes already quite good looking.

      I am quite skinny overall and I especially like how my waist is very notably narrower compared to hips, just measured the ratio to be 0.76-0.77. Yet thighs are not that narrow compared to the rest since I use bicycle very often, and I think it's feminine feature to have some on butt and thighs. Isn't it bit weird how male can be such proud of having feminine body.

      All in all this journey to feminine clothing and outlook has so far been a fast ride for me, since it wasn't even half a year ago when I got my first panties. It was supposed to be just panties, but the just panties took me into a whole new world but it has been very funny to discover it. :)

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      8 years ago

      Very encouraging words, Hope! Let's see what a man can do to make himself look best.


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