I vote for MAAB people to be included in this conversation. Also, yes, the poll should include "breast forms, bras, [and] restrictive underthings," as Nori said. Gender is a many-layered and marvelous thing. 1. Don't make assumptions about the kind of bodies people have. 2. I see no reason to make this about FAAB people only.
As for me, as an FAAB genderqueer person, I find that binders make me feel great but are too hot, don't make me look completely flat, and are too restricting for long-term use, so I often settle for wearing a really loose shirt or hoodie to hide my figure as best I can. Unfortunately, it does nothing to hide my hips. As a DD cup, I wear bras in public (if no binder) and if it's hot, because skin against skin makes me sweat. I prefer pants over shorts or skirts. I have been known to wear femme-y blouses in formal occasions and T-shirts as casual clothes. As far as accessories, scents, etc: I never wear makeup. I like nail polish. I wear Old Spice deodorant. I have both ears pierced (and would like more piercings). I like some rings and necklaces but occasionally find them distracting, because I play with them. I'm not a fan of purfume or musks.