Time to get that walk down ladies…walk with me….just like everything else in cross dressing your walk is going to take some practice to keep you from looking like a NFL Linebacker in stilettos. Good thing is practicing walking in heels is fun. The key is to not over do it like you are on the runway for Victoria’s Secret. Here are some tips to help you get the feminine walk down a little better.
Practice Walking In Your Heels
Practice makes perfect right? So spend your entire day in heels ( If your feet can bare it). Do your daily household chores in your heels. One thing I love to do is dance in mine. If you can dance…you can walk, both take a bit of getting used to, and a little wine does not hurt to loosen you up.
Speaking of loosening up, you need to be relaxed, and not so stiff. Feminine movements will come a lot easier to you if you are not so tensed up. The stretches in THIS post and some of the stretches HERE are great for releasing tension in your body. Yoga is great for this too.
3. Head Up
Keep your head up high and look straight ahead
4. Keep Your Back Straight
Don’t be a slouch, keep good posture arch your back a bit but do not over do it either
5. Keep Your Elbows At Your Sides.
Do not swing your arms, Keep your elbows tucked in around your waist
6. Hips don’t lie
This step is very important NOT to over do. Sway your hips slightly with each step.
7. Smaller Steps
Keep in mind to take smaller steps. Step straight ahead.
8. Film Yourself Walking
I wish I could find my old VHS tape with me prancing around in 7 inch stripper heels, a mini skirt and my mothers wig on…actually…no I don’t…but this is a great way to study what you are doing right, and what you are doing wrong.
Own it T-girl…you need to have confidence ( I can be your cheerleader)
Without being creepy, observe the way transgender women walk. Head to the mall or the beach and study women’s movements
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