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Mar 21

Style Contest Winners

The Style Contest 2016 results are in and it was a close race. So congratulations to the winners and to all 28 fabulous ladies that entered the contest. Each judge commented on how very difficult it was to choose the winners. Each lady that entered should be proud as they represent the image of a modern woman in a cis-gender world. You are all very stylish women.

And a heartfelt thanks to Choies for sponsoring this contest. Their line of clothing  and accessories is both trendy and modern and I hope you will continue to shop with them through our Sister House links. We’ll have a separate posting on the clothes selected by our winners.

With four judges, we had 9 different girls selected for one of the three placing positions and six ladies that received an Honorable Mention (some were overlapping) which means very stylish but some style elements could be improved. Each girl received points based on their rankings and the points were then summarized to select the final winners.The top two winners were extremely close and number 3 was tied among 3 ladies. I bought in a fifth judge to help decide the 3rd place winner.

One interesting note is that the three winners all had different hem lengths.

Each of our judges are highly qualified and you can read about them at the bottom of this article.

Laurie Allen

First Place

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Description of Outfit:   The sheath dress is dark green yummy velvet. The heels are Ferragamo in green and cream and also too yummy for words. When To Wear: I would wear this outfit to any dressy dinner party or at the opera.

Judges Comments:

Of all the girls’ outfits, Laurie has nailed her “Jackie O” look. She is dressed classically with a nice choice of a dark green dress instead of black. Her accessories complete the look with multi-strand pearls and turquoise earning. The dark green/crème pumps maximize her elegant look.

The style with grace that is put together to achieve this look is impeccable and correct in all aspects. Her poise, her grace, the smile on her face, all flow to her age appropriate look. The hair, makeup, and jewelry from heels to hose are my reason for choosing her #1.

Alice Jane Mullen

Second Place

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Description of Outfit:  Pinup style outfit, consisting of a mock double breasted wiggle dress, felt hat with fabric flowers, Gibson roll (to keep my long hair tidy), satin button earrings, vintage brass and enamel bangle, seamed tights, 5″ stilettos and my signature red nails (they’re like that all the time, in both boy and girl modes). When to wear: This is a regular day-to-day outfit for those occasions when I don’t want to wear.

Judges Comments:

Alice sports a wonderful monochromatic look with the perfect shade of red. The dress is perfectly fitted and makes her look shapely, but elegant with just the right amount of cleavage. Her nude stockings work with the outfit. The flat hat with the bow gives her a fun look. And while the 5 “stiletto is a bit high to run around town, she pulls them off.

Alice has captured a classic PIN UP GIRL SHOT with hair period correct to poise in a classic pose: red heels and seemed stockings with wiggle dress. Only wished she could put a little more detail in makeup in the eyes: false lashes with a winged cat eye with more defined brows with cupids bow lips. I feel she is well deserving 2nd place.

Claire Stafford

Third Place

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Description of Outfit:  Tea length print dress. Retro styling, elegant whilst decidedly simple it has a sweetheart neckline, a flared A-line skirt with belt, black shrug with lace insert, black strappy sandals, a tote bag. and a simple gold chain with accessories. When To Wear: Suitable for a party or an evening at a restaurant while being adaptable for a day at a country race meeting.

Judges Comments:

This dress is cut perfectly for her fuller figure. Love the black strap sandals, black sweater and simple gold accessories.

She portrays a very fresh, natural and feminine look. I loved how she looked after every detail, especially her posture, hair color according to the skin tone, the way she carries her bag and the dress cut perfectly for her body shape making her look very sexy but at the same time classy.


Heidi Phox

Heidi PhoxDescription of Outfit:  I wore a bright, flowing spaghetti strapped sun-dress. The asymmetrical hemline provides a girly swish yet allows tanned legs to subtly catch the attention of admirers. A beaded cardigan provides some cover for the shoulders and enhances the figure. When To Wear: Nude, 4 inch sandals complete a look that is perfect for a summer garden party

Judges Comments: 1) A great look with the print dress because of the fit of the dress and beaded sweater and tanned legs. The nude heels are perfection with this look as are the sunglasses. 2) A very nice warm-weather look for summer

Dana L’Amour

Dana L'Amour

Description of Outfit:  I am wearing a little black stretch velvet dress with a racer front by Charlotte Russe. When To Wear: I would wear this to my favorite club in the Gayborhood to dance the night away. These pictures were taken at this years First Event fashion show where I modeled for the first time.

Judges Comments:  1) Love all the daring content of this look. This is very raw, real, brave and bold looking pic by the catwalk stance and strut.  She is very new to this but the GIRL’S GOT THE LOOK and her future is bright.  2)  Dana has the perfect contemporary look that works with her statuesque figure. The black racer front dress adds interest as does her patterned hose. The simple silver necklace and cuff bracelet complete her look.

Kristy Golba

Kristy Golba

Description of Outfit:  Blue Lace Dress-Jump Juniors Macy’s Shoes-Designer Shoe Warehouse. When To Wear. October 2015 Southern Comfort Conference. I would also like to wear it in a nice dinner date.

Judges Comments:  Great outfit and make up.  Hair: perfectly done, very good care of it, color, length,and  blowdry.  Make up: simple and natural, very feminine and elegant.  Posture: the posture is a very important accsessory of the general image. We can see your femininity through it. Very natural.
Dress & shoes: perfect match of color and style.

Stacey Eyes

 Stacey EyesDescription of Outfit:  This is a red sequined cocktail dress with red mid-heel pumps and costume bracelets, necklace and earrings. The jewelry is fairly understated to allow the sparkly dress to be the centerpiece. The heels are low enough to allow feet to survive a four-hour event that’s spent mostly standing up and talking to other ladies. When To Wear:   It was worn to a December holiday party in a large hotel lobby/lounge, but could also be perfect for a Valentine’s event.

Judges Comments: 1)  Stacey in a red sequin dress is a knockout with sequins. More is never enough. More glitz, glam, and bling was all too missing.  2)  Great look for clubbing or dressy occasions; she wears the sequined dress quite well.

Georgette Thomas

Georgette Thomas

Description of Outfit: The dress I’m wearing is a R/M Richards sleeveless black velvet dress with a burnt sheer jacket. The shoes are by Christian Siriano and have a 4″ heel in a Leopard print. When To Wear: The dress should obviously be worn to Broadway Play followed by cocktails and a dinner at a white table cloth restaurant.

Judges Comments:  She is very classy.

Lily Templeton

Lily Templeton

Description of Outfit: I’m wearing a light blue floral top over a black swing skirt, with nylons  and suede pumps.When To Wear:   I consider it appropriate for shopping, clubbing, cocktail parties, dining out, library fund raisers,and dinner at Downton Abbey 🙂

Judges Comments: Great, great outfit! Attitude, posture and the combination of hair, make up, dress, accesories, shoes, manicure,  is perfectly balanced for a, feminine, elegant, and classic look. An outfit and image according to her age.  You look like a very classy woman.

Hanna McKnight

Hanna McKnight

Description of Outfit:  This is a bright yellow, knit dress that is amazing to wear! When To Wear: I wear this dress out when the weather is sunny. I’ve worn this dress to go for coffee, shopping and for a makeover.

Judges Comments:  1)  Hanna wears a simple yellow dress that is the perfect color for her complexion. The turquoise necklace sets off the dress. Also like her ballet slipper shoes. She looks stunning but didn’t make the top three because the outfit could have used a jacket or sweater and more a turquoise bracelet  2)  Great outfit for the occasion. Nice color, fabric, length and cut for body shape,
Suggestions to be even better: the necklace is very pretty by itself and even though the color match make a perfect contrast with yellow, its a little bit too much considering the lace or flower pattern, and the bracelets. It would be better (more sophisticated) without the necklace, just wear the earrings and bracelets. If you really want to add a necklace it would have to be something tiny and simple similar to the bracelets, but I think it’s no necessary. Anyway you still could were the necklace without any other accessory, remember the less the better. Talking about your wig, even though you are very beautiful, your skin tone would be better with a brown, dark blonde or honey color. It would match better your skin tone and will soften your features so much better. Makeup: pretty nice, I really like how did you combined, natural look with bright lips, I don’t really see the exact lip color because pictures sometimes change the original color, but remember yellow its a primary warm color and match perfect with coppers, orange, orange-red, apricot. Colors to avoid with warm colors: pinks, violets, blue-red, magenta, purples, and cold colors.

Kim Rydick

Kim Rydick

Description of Outfit:  Kim has paired two clothing items from Venus for this snappy Winter outfit. The Faux Fur Peplum Sweater, helps her get that feminine shape and matches nicely with the bold print of the Embellished Snake Midi Skirt. Adding a pop of color with the blue camisole and Payless snake skin heels completes the look and style.

Judges Comments:  Kim has  that catalog style and grace  with beautiful hair and makeup of an every day fashionista


We have recruited four outstanding and very stylish women with a fashion background to help select the winners.

Terri Lee Ryan: Author, film maker, and the creative writer behind the blog, Shades of Gender published in ChicagoNow

Phyllis Rogers: Owner of the Fantasy House and Phyllis’ Fantasies in Denver, CO

Ilke Montforte: Image Consultant to the film industry in Mexico City and owner of Teens, an upscale salon in Merida.

Vikki LaFontaine: Officer of the Pathways support group in the New York metro area, purveyor of vintage clothing, and an all around beautiful and stylish lady.

Jan 18

Style Contest 2016

style is who you areWhy a Style Contest

Because we want to highlight those women in the transgender and crossdressing community that represent a stylish and elegant modern day woman. You don’t need to be Caitlyn Jenner to be stylish. Our own Stylish Crossdressers better represent our community than most headliners in the daily news, and better understand who we are.

Stylish CDs

Donna, Cheri, Carollyn, Diana, Claire, Vikki

My wife and I sat in the mall one afternoon and watched women while my wife analysed their outfits. Only about 10% could be said to be “Put Together”. And it’s not about age or body shape or your ability to pass but your ability to convey a sense of style that others immediately recognize. You know it when you see it

choies_optOur Sponsor

We have teamed with Choies, a moderately-priced but very trendy store carrying a full range of clothes, shoes, and accessories with sizes from small to 3X and a very excellent Lookbook. Their styles should resonate with many crossdressers and transgender women.

choies lookbook 1Choies Lookbook 2Choies is offering three prizes for the best three outfits, a gift certificate of $100 for the overall winner and two gift certificates of $50 for the runner up outfits. This is their first time to support the TG community so let’s support them and more will come down the road. If your submission includes clothes by Choies, then you may also be featured on their website. And check out their Pinterest pages too for more style ideas

All contestants will be featured in the Contest album on the Photo Wall in the Lounge and the three winners will be featured as a Style Icon in our special section in the Dressing Room.

Need some ideas: check our Pinterest pages or the ladies in our 2013 Style Contest  Click on the picture for a description of the outfit and the judges comments.

Our Judges

We have recruited four outstanding and very stylish women with a fashion background to help select the winners.

Terri Lee Ryan: Author, film maker, and the creative writer behind the blog, Shades of Gender published in ChicagoNow

Phyllis Rogers: Owner of the Fantasy House and Phyllis’ Fantasies in Denver, CO

Ilke Montforte: Owner of Teens, an upscale salon in Merida, and beauty consultant to the film industry in Mexico City

Vikki LaFontaine: Officer of the Pathways support group in the New York metro area, purveyor of vintage clothing, and an all around beautiful and stylish lady.

Official Contest Rules

  1. The contest starts immediately and ends on Feb 28, 2016 and is subject to the terms and conditions below. Prizes are non transferable and not redeemable for cash.
  2. All contests managed by Sister House are bound by the terms of the Contest Rules, Privacy Policy & User Agreement.
  3. All contestants must identify as part of the trans community whether cross-dresser, transgender, transsexual, bi-gender, dual-gendered, gender queer or some other recognized term
  4. No photo may be photo-shopped or otherwise modified electronically to represent other than a true picture of the contestant.
  5. Maximum of (1) entry per person with up to (3) views, per contest. All photographs must be of the whole figure. and fully clothed. Pornographic or partially clothed photographs will be disqualified.
  6. THE SELECTION PROCESS : The winner will be determined by a panel of four judges. The entries will be judged on individuality (30%), fit (30%), proportion (20%) and silhouette (20%). Presentation is important. The ability to pass is not important. Note: silhouette is the line/shape of your outfit, not your body shape.
  7. The winners will be chosen within 15 days of the closing of the contest and will be notified by email.
  8. If Sister House is not able to contact a winner within five (5) days of the issuance of a notification email, the selected entry will be deemed to be null and void along with any rights to the prize and another applicant will be selected from the runner-ups. Prizes cannot be refunded and are not convertible to cash.
  9. All prizes are subject to availability by the supplier.
  10. To enter and claim a prize, a person must have attained the age of majority as of the date of the contest.
  11. To claim prizes, winners must contact Sister House by phone or email and may be required to provide information as to size, color or other relevant details
  12. By entering a contest entrants agree to be bound by and abide by the contest rules and the decisions of Sister House which shall be final and binding with respects to all aspects of the contest, including and without limitation the eligibility of entries.
  13. All entries automatically become the property of Sister House and will not be returned. Sister House is not responsible for any lost, misdirected or delayed entries.
  14. By entering a contest the entrant agrees to accept all emails from Sister House. Sister House has the right to use any information supplied by the entrant for its own purposes as further detailed in our Privacy Policy.
  15. By entering a contest a contestant agrees to indemnify and hold Sister House, its suppliers, affiliates, officers, directors, agents and employees harmless and to release them from any and all liability, damages, or cause whatsoever , however named or decided, with respect to or arising out of participation in a contest, or the receipt or use of the prizes awarded.
  16. The final prizes are provided by the supplier when the prize winner has been chosen and are subject to availability. Sister House assumes no responsibility in the event that a supplier does not provide a prize. However, Sister House will attempt to take all reasonable measures to insure that a prize is made available for the winner in a timely manner. The actual prize may differ from the prize depicted.
  17. Sister House, its agents and assigns are not responsible for technical, internet, hardware, software or telephone malfunctions of any kind and lost or unavailable network connections, which may limit the ability to participate in a contest or by any human error which may occur in the processing entries. If for any reason (including infection by computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorized intervention, fraud, technical failures, or any other cause beyond the control Sister House, which corrupts or affects the administration, security, fairness, integrity or proper concluding of a contest), the contest can not be completed as described in the rules, Sister House shall have the right, in its sole and absolute discretion, to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the contest.
  18. The contest is subject to all applicable federal, provincial and municipal laws and regulations of the state of Texas. All winners will be posted on the Sister house website


A. If you are not already a subscriber, then visit the Sister House web site . and subscribe to the newsletter in the Entry Hall. This is required for privacy purposes and it gives you access to the photo wall..
B. Submit your photograph in jpg format with your first name, a valid email address and a description of the outfit to include when and where you would wear the outfit to You may enter up to three (3) views of your outfit. Completeness of your submission is important.
C. You must visit Choies website using this link and indicate the item code of any item that you would chose to wear. The item code is on the product page. This does not have to be your final choice.This must be included in your submission.
D. Winners will be notified by email only. All contestant photographs will be posted on the Photo Wall in the Lounge of Sister House under the album titled Style Contest 2016.


This Month in Sister House
February 2017

Do You Love Lingerie? Tell us your favorite lingerie item in the NEW poll below. You may win some lingerie in our upcoming Style Contest. And the pictures are really sexy.

Isn’t it great to have a lovely female voice as you are out and about shopping, attending parties,and meeting friends during the holidays. Join the Female Voice Club and you’ll be quickly watching your wonderful holiday looks to a beautiful voice too.

2-14     Every woman should own a bright red dress. The color red says ‘look at me!’ and ‘yes, I can’ or maybe even ‘yes I will.’ The color red sparks in us an enthusiasm and energy that increases the heartbeat and protects us from stress and fear.  And it’s Valentine’s Day. What color would you wear but red as we look at the Iconic Red Dress on Tasi’s blog

2-4     Today, we bring you a  very special Stylish Crossdresser, Christina Napoli, who is also an aficionado of the 1950’s fashion era. Her grasp of this “Golden Age of Fashion” is truly astounding. Nora Simone was able to capture this special interview with Christina who shows us 50s fashions from the casual to the glamorous look.

1-31     Do Crossdressers Really Exist, a challenging expose of the counseling/therapy industry by Rhonda will keep you riveted and hopefully energized to help change the future. On Tasi’s blog.

1-29     Living in the tropics the sleeveless dress is the dress most often of choice, but for many women, it’s not the flattering silhouette that they want. The Sleeveless Dress…To Be Or Not To Be laments over the dirth of dresses with sleeves. Here’s why and where you can find them.

1-22     Nadine Feil is a very stylish German crossdresser and in this blog post, One Piece – Many Looks, she aptly demonstrates just how to transform a few essential pieces, like a cardigan and a blazer, into many really great street style looks in Putting It Together in the Dressing Room

1-14     Photography for the trans girl is always a riveting subject and our latest contribution is Taking Better Selfies, a consolidation of tips from Stana of Femulate blog and Imogen Lamport of Insideoutstyle blog in the Lounge.

Another wonderful story from Kandi in the Dressing Room. There’s nothing quite as special as A Jazzy Evening as Kandi talks about her special dress and special evening when attending the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra

1-12  A fashion exhibit is both fun and fascinating and you’ll want to see this one if you live in the UK.  The Photographers’ Gallery presents Under Cover: A Secret History of Cross-Dressers, a  rare selection of discovered, largely anonymous, photographs of men and women posing for the camera, using the apparel and gestures traditionally assigned to the ‘opposite sex’

Jen H wrote this piece for Crossdresser Heaven called A Perspective From The Other Side, a typical story of discovery and why it’s OK to have those strange feelings, even many years after discovery. We’ve included it in our section under Transgender Resources (Library) on The Wives Speak Out

Thomas (Dana) Bevin’s recent book (published 2015), on the Psychobiology of Transsexualism and Transgenderism delves into the science of transgenderism. It’s a complex tomb so this review of the book by Pat is a good summary of its contents

1-07     Winter brings us the versatile and stylish sweater dress. Even those of us on the high side of fifty can work this look  and no matter what your age you will love the soft feel of your sweater dress and appreciate how it makes you look great while it keeps you toasty warm. Read Your Sweater Dress…A Winter Delight on TG Forum

Shoes are a girl’s favorite accessory and our section in the Library on All About Shoes tells us all we need to know. Now we’ve added to it with comments from Imogen from Insideout style blog on shoe personality, color, level of refinement, interest and extra leg length. Don’t miss this fun article.

Eloquii, a favorite fashion forward plus-size retailer, is expanding their retail line to include sizes 26/28 and 30/32 by Fall. 2018. Get all the details in Fashion News

1-02     Tasi talks about the “Forgiving Dress” which is quite popular here in the tropics because they are flowy and breezy with good movement necessary for comfort in hot climates. A beautiful print with some lace or ruffles, some fabulous sandals or wedgies,  and a little bit of bling and you have summer glam and a whole lot of sex appeal

12-23     I’m not here to decorate your world is a vivid example of learning about fashion from genetic women and you may be surprised at how snarky they can be. 65 women commented on Sally McGraws blogpost on styling a twinset and there are many lessons to be learned. Read on Tasi’s blog.

12-15    Am I stylish?  I’ve been told so. Introducing our newest fashion and style columnist, Kandi Robbins from Cleveland…a girl who knows how to “put it together”. So meet Kandi in the Dressing Room in our section on “Putting It Together”. This girl knows how to do it.

Donnakelli in pajamas! Chic? Maybe. Donna had a great time in December visiting restaurants, listening to Handel’s Messiah, and shopping. All fun events which you can read about in So You Think Pajamas Aren’t Chic! in the Dressing Room.

12-13     Bloggers and blogging has become the new wave for the creation of fashion. Creating positive visibility for the trans woman has been my underlying purpose ever since I started my fashion blog, The Fashionable TG Woman, on Sister House and bloggers have been an important part of this effort

12-11     How do  clothes affect the way we feel and present ourselves to the world. We explore the many clothing styles and those preferred by trans women in “Are You Playing Dress Up” on Tasi’s latest article on TG Forum.



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