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]
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.