Got Happy Day!
DressBarn texted me that they were having a sale. Buy two things and the less expensive thing costs 40% off the list price.
Since I was all caught up with my work, I decided to take an early morning break (instead of cleaning out my cubicle) and I moseyed on down to my favorite DressBarn.
There were a lot of other women in the store, but that did not stop me from browsing the racks and taking my finds to the dressing room to try them on. If any of the other women were paying attention (I noticed a few that were), I gave them a story to tell their friends at their Memorial Day picnics about the “male” trying on dresses at DressBarn.
Anyway, I found a dress on the DressBarn website that I had to have and “happy day!,” I found it (above left) in my size in the store. I took it to the dressing room, tried it on, but I was not sold on how it looked on me. I was wearing boy lingerie at the time and figured that the dress would look fine when I was properly foundationed, so I put it on my to-buy rack and browsed some more.
I found six more dresses to try on. Some fit, some did not, but one that did fit (above right) looked fab on me even in boy lingerie, so I had my second “thing,” cashed out and talked to the manager about employment at DressBarn (see my previous post to read what I have to say about that).
After I arrived home Friday evening, I put on a bra and girdle and tried on my purchases. The “fab” find looked fantastic and really showed off my new figure and its new weight (or lack thereof). The “happy day!” find was a disappointment; it looked no better in girl undies than it did in boy undies, so I planned to return it.
After I shaved and showered Sunday morning, I decided to give “happy day!” one more chance. So I slipped on my bra and girdle, but this time, I added my wig and a pair of heels.
Wow! I was surprised by the difference that the wig and heels made! The “happy day!” dress became a keeper!