Pineappleope.com threw Pineappleope.com Employees a major curve ball of a research assignment day 1, 2013 – What is see-through clothing and how does it work? It’s now the 24th day of 2013 and Pineappleope.com Employees have finally amassed barely enough research data to answer this hard hitting question.
Question: What is See-Through Clothing?
Answer: See-through clothing is any garment of clothing made with lace, mesh or sheer material that allows the wearer’s body or undergarments to be seen through its fabric.
Questioning the Answer: What about a non-sheer shirt that is wet?
Answer: That is “NOT” a see-through shirt. That particular shirt is just wet forcing the shirt into transparency. Wet t-shirt contests are an exhibitionistic competition featuring young women contestants at a nightclub, bar, or resort. In more racy wet t-shirt contests, babes may tear or crop their t-shirts to expose midriffs, cleavage, or the undersides of their breasts. Depending on local laws, participants may or may not be allowed to remove their t-shirts during their performance.
“Wetlook” is the enjoyment of a person or people wearing wet clothing. It can also refer to the act of getting wet while wearing clothes, and having fun either in doing so or in watching others do it.
Questioning the Answer: But my wet jean shirt is not see-through?
Answer: But of course, jean is never see through.
Question: What are other terms for see-through shirt?
Answer: “x‑ray dress” or “nude netting”
Question: How does it work?
Answer: Well… Mesh, web, or net fabric have many connected pieces with a large number of closely spaced holes.
Sheer fabric is is semi-transparent thin cloth. This fabric has many connected pieces with an insane number of even more closely spaced holes. These include chiffon, georgette, and gauze. Some are fine-denier knits used in tights and stockings, dancewear, and lingerie.
Latex rubber, which is naturally translucent, or plastics can be made into clothing material of any level of transparency. Clear plastic is typically only found in over-garments, such as raincoats. The use of translucent latex rubber for clothing can also be found in fetish clothing.
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