Some women's clothing has male analogs, like shirts/blouses, but some does not. For example, no male clothing uses a halter top. The first time I wore one it felt very weird: its physical sensations were entirely new to me.
I'm attracted to women's clothing that is uniquely feminine in this way. The pieces have been forbidden to me since childhood. I've bent gender-rules with some things, like floral shirts and colorful neckties but wasn't allowed to wear more feminine items when presenting as male in public.
Jumpsuits. I find them interesting. I've never worn one and always wanted the experience. So when I spotted a cheap one in a thrift-store I thought "Finally! My chance!"
Obviously this jumpsuit isn't well-designed and not really the right size but I'm WEARING it. That's reason enough to celebrate.
Oh, and I painted my toes white 'cause I want to be like the other girls; that's something they're doing right now. :)