Wearing one or two pieces of lingerie is fun, but if you love lingerie, you’re eventually going to start wanting to wear whole outfits. This is where this hub comes in, a guide for men who want to know how to put together top-to-toe lingerie outfits. This hub is an interesting one for me to write, because in my experience, men who love lingerie have a talent for putting together stunning lingerie outfits using a range of lingerie.
This is the cutest, saddest thing ever. Maybe some of you can relate.
Society, the fashion industry and department stores have got it wrong. Nylon panties aren’t women’s underwear, they are most certainly panties for men. How have I come to that revolutionary conclusion? It is simple. As a woman, I have been made well aware of what can happen if one wears nylon panties on a regular basis, and it is not nearly as much fun as what happens when men wear nylon panties on a regular basis.
Further to my last post, I have disappointing news. Givenchy did not make skirts for men. They made hideous skorts.
So Givenchy recently came out with a line of what looked like skirts for men but turned out to be skorts called ‘Bermuda shorts’. I know fashion designers like to bend the rules and break with traditions etc, but let’s face it, a spade is a spade, a pair of Bermuda shorts are a pair of Bermuda shorts, and a skort is a skort. If we start redefining what words mean in order to sell over priced monstrosities, then where will it all end?
Givenchy has picked up the torch of skirts for men and flown it high in its Fall / Winter collection. Not content with putting a solo skirt in there for a bit of gimmicky androgynous draw, skirts make up around half of the men’s collection, along with feminine jewelery, and shoes styled to look like strappy women’s sandals, sorry, correct that, strappy velvet sandals that are unashamedly for men!
Once upon a time, in a land far far away, there was a princess, who like many princesses of her time had been locked away in a tall tower because she was so pretty and her hair was so shiny and her feet so tiny and her eyes so large and her nose so pert and her femininity so feminine. She was so pretty that other women would projectile vomit with jealousy if they laid eyes on her.
Here’s my theory of relationships between males and females. The male usually as masculine as the female is feminine. That’s why you see craggy faced, sort of ‘ugly’ men with pretty feminine women, it’s because his masculinity matches her femininity.
What lesson can men who wear lingerie and like to express a feminine side take away from this?
It is surely no secret by now that many women aren’t exactly on board with the men in their lives wearing women’s clothing. We can point out at great length how much of a double standard this is (I wonder how many women have been wearing jeans whilst they complained that the man in their lives wanted to wear a skirt or lingerie) but the type of woman who is put off by a man who wears women’s clothing doesn’t care about logic of that nature.
The denier system is a system used for measuring the linear mass density of fibers. One denier is equal to one gram of fiber per 9,000 meters. Now I’m sure for many of you, that’s all the explanation you need and you can now safely return to your home based nylon stocking laboratories armed with that knowledge. Others of you may require conversion from metric to the lunatic based system enforced upon certain parts of North America by people with a native mistrust for base ten, and still more of you may wonder how that relates to actual stockings.
Much like Katy Perry with her lyrics about exploring the mouths of her gender and finding the experience a fairly positive one, we like to talk about men who explore the underclothes of the opposite gender and who likewise, find the experience a positive one.
It’s hot, it’s in, it’s men who wear lingerie.
I often come over all preachy saying that people should let go of their fears and accept themselves for who they are and embrace all their quirks and whatnot, and one would think that it would be a fairly non controversial opinion to hold. After all, loving oneself and accepting oneself are good things.
If you don’t love this style, then you have no affinity for lace and should go and sit in the corner and think about your attitude.