Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society. ~Mark Twain
And just for noting's sake, that's a cross dresser from the 1940's or 1950's in the picture named Harvey Lee. Isn't he a stunner?
This set was designed for a drag queen, entirely. The male body would look chic, fabulous and feminine in this ensamble, without the use of painful garters and corsets. If a guy is all about that, fine, but if you want comfort AND femininity, this is the way to go. The blue camisole was selected because of it's straight cut, that is...no waist...and it's length, which is short. This will accentuate the male torso nicely without looking masculine. To hide those big shoulders, one must wear a cute little jacket that fits perfectly at the shoulders without accentuating them. The puff sleeves don't puff until below the shoulder, creating a nice feminine curve. The lovely gloves are to hide those inevitable 'man hands'. And the rest is pretty self explanatory. I love this silouette for a tranny. Statuesque, elegant, and slimming, like an early joan crawford.