As a pre-everything, identifying as a male, large chested, large hip person, I would like to offer some advice to some of the big boys.
Some of you have asked where to buy clothes that fit, what to do, where to go. It seems the majority of guys on this site are in the young, hip ages of 13-20 and want to fit in with current style trends. Unfortunately, some guys are not built with narrow hips and small chests and this presents a great problem when you do your best to pass.
In my 34 years of cross-dressing, being a larger person, I can tell you that this can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. First of all, big boys, stop going to places to pick out clothes that just don’t offer your size. That’s the 1st thing you have to accept, or if there is a way for you or desire for you to be smaller, do your best at that. You aren’t going to walk into AE or PacSun, and pick out a tshirt that fits right. The trends now are slim fits, athletic fits, etc and this is a big boys worst nightmare. There are ways around this. Go places that offer larger sizing and pay attention not only to the cut of the clothing but the thickness as well. If you are large, have hips and curves, you cannot hid this with thin, soft tshirts no matter how large the size. If you are worried about certain brands being too cheap, appearing too poor because you bought something at a less expensive place like Old Navy or Walmart, just don’t buy something that looks cheap or is a more popular seller. I have plenty of luck going to Old Navy, Walmart, Target, etc. There are some nice things you can get in XL, XXL and sometimes XXXL. I am a large person, I have 44” waist, DDs, and I find clothes all the time. I don’t even try to bind, it wont work for me. I still get “Sirred” all the time in person, with tits starring people in the face, and even on the phone. Your sexuality is not only expressed in your outward dress but your confidence in who you are, body language, etc. So when you walk out the door in your big boy clothes, large breasts, big ass /hips, whatever the issue, be who you are at this moment and love yourself. When the time comes for your transition if you do this, then be who you are then. You live for now, walk proud and hold your head up and be a man. No one can dispute your efforts and swagger, trust me.