cis·ves·tism, cisvestitism (sis-ves'tizm, -ves'ti-tizm),
The practice of dressing in clothes inappropriate to one's position or status. Compare: transvestism.
[L. cis, on the near side of, + vestio, to dress]
Etymology: L, cis, this side, vestis, garment
the practice of wearing attire appropriate to the sex of the individual involved but not suitable to the age, occupation, or status of the wearer, as when a male bookkeeper impersonates a male police officer by wearing a police uniform.
cisvestitism(sĭs-vĕs′tĭ-tĭzm) [L. cis, on the same side, + vestitus, dressed, + Gr. -ismos, condition]
Wearing of clothes appropriate to one's sex but suitable for a calling or profession other than one's own. An example would be a civilian who dresses in a uniform of the armed services.