Fantasywear

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== Example costumes ==
 
== Example costumes ==
 
* Dancer
 
* Dancer
* Police officer
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* [[Police fetish|Police officer]]
* French maid
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* [[French maid]]
 
* Fireman
 
* Fireman
 
* Ancients (Greek, Roman, Egyptian)
 
* Ancients (Greek, Roman, Egyptian)
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* Businessman
 
* Businessman
 
* Fictional characters
 
* Fictional characters
* Animal characters
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* [[Animal transformation fantasy|Animal characters]]
 
* [[Cheerleader]]
 
* [[Cheerleader]]
* Nurse
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* [[Medical play|Nurse]]
 
* Soldier
 
* Soldier
* Bunny Outfit
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* [[Bunnygirl|Bunny Outfit]]
 
* Cat Outfit
 
* Cat Outfit
* Schoolgirl uniform
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* [[Schoolgirl uniform fetish|Schoolgirl uniform]]
* Fembot
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* [[Robot fetish|Fembot]]
 
* Fräulein
 
* Fräulein
  

Revision as of 17:07, 5 December 2009

Fantasywear is a style of clothing, usually including lingerie, that people wear in the bedroom usually for living out sexual fantasies. Such costumes are exampled by the outfits ensembles, or by the use of materials such as Polyvinyl chloride (PVC), satin or Rubber.

Sexual fantasies

When the partners wear fantasy costumes, they also embrace the different personalities instead of their own. The costumes range from classical attire, as in ancient Greek times, to present day firemen. Many times both partners decide what they want to be, and prepare a rough plot of their locality and shop for their attire and plan for a place and time where they would not be disturbed by others. Sometimes one partner surprises the other by suddenly appearing in a fantasy costume and the rest of the time goes based on their participation. When one partner is more active, usually he or she performs erotic dancing or speaks erotic dialogue as part of the fantasy. See role playing below.

Example costumes

See also

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