Where did it begin?

Where did it begin?
We all love the XDress site and likely frequently shop here for our undies of choice but I often wonder how it began for you?

Of course when we were younger, our mom’s likely picked out our undies as part of our growing up.  We did not have much of a say in that period of our lives as we were way to young to even know what options may be out there and likely did not care as we were being potty trained!

As we grew older, we had a bit more of a say in the underwear of choice and for me that was around 13 when I choose to move away from the tighty whiteys or Y-Fronts (as they were known) and into boxers. Not sure why boxers were the “in” thing back then but they were more comfortable than the tighty whiteys and seemed to be more popular.  Anyway, I went with it and enjoyed it for many years.  Of course, at this time, I was aware of women’s underwear and all the great designs and fabrics it came in but did not wear it but did try on. 

Moving forward, living on my own and dating a very cool woman, I was wearing more daring undies but in men’s cuts. Sexier underwear than boxers or tighty whiteys but still in the male section of the department stores.  Bikini cuts and thongs and boxer briefs in mostly cotton that felt sexier than boxers and certainly fit better and accentuated the male attributes better. These were fun and flirty but lacked the fabrics that women’s underwear offered. 

Women’s underwear was always an intriguing option and I would wear my girlfriend’s panties from time to time and she was always so turned on by me wearing them that it made it a fun foreplay exercise. The way that satin feels on your privates is an exhilarating feeling!  It was by chance that I grew the courage to finally wear panties under my street clothes and the first time was awesome! I remember it like yesterday.  A green satin pair that she left behind before heading to work, I put them on and went to work myself and called her when I got there to tell her what I was doing. She was thrilled!  I was excited all day from the feeling of satin and the thrill of wearing panties! The little bow on the front of panties is the defining piece of the undergarment!

Anyway, I would then begin to dip my toe into wearing panties more frequently but often kept wearing the traditional men’s underwear day to day.  The panty days were “special” days.  The women’s styles were great but lacked the support or space needed for the male genitalia which made them a bit uncomfortable.  Still felt great and very sexy!

Then I found XDress.  A very great offering of male panties in women’s styles and designed for males.  Although I still wear men’s boxer briefs from time to time, my daily choice is typically from the XDress offering.  The styles and fabrics are amazing and they are super sexy! They make you look great and they come in so many styles and varieties that you can find what you will like.  For me, my go to is satin. Very sexy and flirty and flattering.  Each pair has the bow that defines the femme style and I just love them!

So, that is my journey and I am interested in yours.  When did you start wearing panties? When did you find XDress? Do you have any recommendations for new XDress styles and prints and cuts?  I know I’d like to see a spandex or Lycra offering in a bikini or thong.  Maybe a “kisses” print on white satin?  The crew at XDress does a great job so I am sure they would be open to ideas!

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Hello everybody! I loved the theme of the blog, when did it all start? First of all, I must say that I discovered Xdress during the pandemic during the confinement period. It has been excellent on this path we have taken in discovering the feminine self. I started when I was very young at 11/12 years old. I used to play with a neighbor of mine at his house and on vacation with his cousin who came to his house. It was on one of those vacations that they both surprised me by asking to wear his mother’s underwear. I resisted a little but at the same time I wanted to wear them. After some insistence, I put them on, it was a unique feeling. From then on, whenever I went to play with them, I wore underwear and I never stopped wearing them whenever possible. Today I only wear lingerie in my everyday life! Kisses. Francisca.


Welcome John; this is a great site with great people! You ll love the blog and the clothes! We re all here for support


I never thought about wearing feminine clothes but when I saw this site I said ‘you only live once’. I bought a mystery pack and received a chemise, I felt so different when I wore it and realised there are other forms of excitement in life. I followed this up with several pairs of panties and soon realised that lace was my go to for undies. Recently I purchased a bra and panties and the inner feeling from wearing the Valentina bra was overwhelming, I had seen myself many times in the bathroom mirror but wearing the bra released an inner excitement. I am still a secret cross dresser but venturing out wearing the bra and panties gave me a real buzz. I don’t know where it will go from here but I cannot resist browsing the site for new clothing lines and being tempted to try them.


Great feedback and responses! I am glad I can tap into these feelings for us and happier that you share your experiences! My hope is that, one day, this will hit mainstream for all of us who want it and this forum will help each of us gather the strength to do so! Keep posting here! Tremendous response! XDress-keep keeping us sexy!


So glad to hear all of these comments. Its so interesting to hear how many of us had the thought we were gay or questioned our sexuality over clothing!!! Girls/women wear pants work boots flannel shirts etc but let us wear some panties them Bam 💥

They wear boy shorts boyfriend’s jeans there boyfriend’s button down shirt but men in a cami or baby doll and heels 👠? No way

I m glad we all can see that clothes do not make the man !!!! We do and should wear what we want

Dress on my lovelies

Get ur lingerie on

I did



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