Is nice to be back again .Missed everyone here Are you all still wearing your nightgowns an pantys to sleep in? Send a message.
Yeah Debb is back...Whoo Hoo! The gang is rallying together. I love it!
I think a Post of mine bears repeating, in this Thread.
What I like to do with choice old nighties, is transform them into Long-Legged Super Onesies. That way, all that gushy Tricot's in close, carressing contact, with at least 75% of your skin's surface, and, wherever you make a movement, the rest of the garment's gonna whipsaw all over your bod, and keep Winkie most delightfully happy!
I should think that most lingerie aficianados/pantiephreaks of any gender, would look cute, and think themselves cute, in my creations, especially where the Tricot's glossy and demurely sheer.
Isn't it awesome being accepted in your lingerie? So, happy for you!
Yes it is, tonight I am wearing a floral marks n spencers knickers, with a light lime green Victoria's secret teddy, with a Jones New York nightie champagne colour with matching shoulder wrap, all of which together feels smooth and silky when moving but also snug and warm at the same time, I just need to get some sets together.
its almost a year !!!!glad were up again I miss all you gurls an nighty stories.hope to hear form you all
Soon, I shall be making a long-legged onesie/romper/bloomers/pantalettes, from a Miss Elaine long length, long-sleeved Silk Essence gown. When finished, it shall look like some fantasy lingerie item dating from the late 17th to early 20th Centuries, and, when I wear it, I don't know if I'll be able to "tolerate" all that crazy, "frigthening" softness, carressing more than 75% of my skin's surface(Laughs!!)!!
As some of you may know, these top of the line Miss Elaines are made from extremely fine-deniered Nylon Tricot that's also extremely sheer--see-through--with more of a matte than a shiny finish, and their sensation upon the skin can be described as a downy cling/drape. If one were to use this for a "slumber party", well, I don't believe that much sleeping would be done in this item!
yellowpanties wrote:I sleep in a simple white satin gown. I wish a knew where to buy a sexy gown? Could anyone please help with an idea.
I sleep in a simple white satin gown. I wish a knew where to buy a sexy gown? Could anyone please help with an idea.
Hello, Yellow. This all depends on your definition of "sexy", and the manner in which you prefer to purchase, or gain your pretties.
For the first point, the feel, the electrically sensuously tactile experience, of a nightie is what I find really sexy--finely-deniered Tricots that hearken back to more classic and traditional designs and tailorings, that you are more likely to find in vintage designs, unless you are dealing with current brands, such as Shadowline and Miss Elaine.
And I use various online sources, such as eBay, chi-chi specialty shops, and the better classes of department stores. A lot of those I discovered through Search Engines. If you're still stymied, I can suggest some great ones, based upon my tastes in nighties.
What I personally do not find sexy, is the online stuff that's offered by online outfits that are South of Frederick's of Hollywood. It's pretty whore-ish stuff, if you wanna know. And I can't imagine how sexy that that over-priced, yet very cheap garbage would feel, much of the fabrics being scratchy and coarse gauzes, that while looking like it could "whet", how they define libido, it actually repulses me, with encouraging such transparent and superficial emotional responses.
i found vanity fair nightys very comfy especially when worn with matching vanityfair lace nouveau full nylon panty
Hi Jay Jay I love my vanity fair nighty an matching robe.there the best!!!!
a full length vanity fair slip feels just right sometimes too !!!
jayjay77 wrote:a full length vanity fair slip feels just right sometimes too !!!
Yeah, as long as it's not too skimpy; is pumped full of anti-stat treatments; overly lacy--scratchy s-hit; and, most importantly, is not one of those impossibly stiff tafetta jobs. In this case, formal-length (close to ankles) half slips work just as nicely.
Hear is one of my favorite Nighties, Minus the the heels and stockings of course
This is one of my favorite nighties
debb wrote:Hi allIs nice to be back again .Missed everyone here Are you all still wearing your nightgowns an pantys to sleep in? Send a message.Huggs Debb
I just ordered one from 'OneStopPlus.com'
pusspuss wrote:debb wrote:Hi allIs nice to be back again .Missed everyone here Are you all still wearing your nightgowns an pantys to sleep in? Send a message.Huggs Debb I just ordered one from 'OneStopPlus.com'
Yes, Puss, OneStop's Only Necessities Nylon Tricot Collection is quite decent, sort of a "Poor Guy's/Gal's" Miss Elaine. Slightly "coarser" denier than an ME, yet still about as sheer, with a nice sheen and clingy drape to them.
debb wrote:Hi everyone Just checking in its been a long time,hope all is well with you girls ,any new nightgown stories?Hugsdebb
Hi everyone Just checking in its been a long time,hope all is well with you girls ,any new nightgown stories?Hugsdebb
Hmm, Nightgown Stories . . . Debb, perhaps, you may have some interesting new ones?
I think that I may have one or two. It may not be stories, per se, but involves transforming nighties, especially long ones, into long-legged, step-in, super bloomers, body pantalettes, onesies, all-in-one babydolls. Just all of you imagine, what it's like to have at 70% of your skin's surface cumpletely sensualized by the best of Nylons, instead of just your pelvic regions alone. All that electricity paying sensory tribute to your Winkies.
Nightgowns, by themselves do only half the job of sensualizing you. That's because, the skirt by itself, does not constantly caress, and enclose, your legs; your nether region/groin; your bum through your tummie; and most importantly, your winkies, as do pairs of panties. Barring my arguably radical transformational procedure, you would need to make a clumsy quasi-diaper out a nightie, and that simply does not work as well as a permanent transformation. And it's impossible to "form a diaper", if the nightie does not have an adequate enough sweep, at the bottom hem, to begin with.
The ideal design to begin with, is a free-busted style, with an elasticized, peasant-style neckline/bodice treatment. That's half the production battle won right there, because you only then need worry about cutting the leg and gusset gores, sewing the legs and gussie shut; and then, finally, installing ankle elastics.
With fixed-hem bodicing and shoulder strapped styles, the work to make the garment a step-in, becomes more tedious, as you'll then need to elasticize that hem and underarms, and install shoulder strap elastics. And the most tedious of all to transform, are the wasp-waisted/form-fitting styles, especially those of that particular style, that use lace to form shoulder straps. You'll have to cobble together "scraps", that are near as possible fabric matches, to the rest of the nightie, to act as expansion inserts, for the underarm sideseams, to enable you to pull the garment up your legs, waist, torso, and then to finally situate it all about your shoulders and neck.
But, with certain primo Tricots, the tediousness and extra planning can be well worth it! A really boffo effect about this garment, is that when you make even the slightest of movements, it's gonna travel throughout the rest of the garment, for that much-desired lethally soft whipsaw, of fabric brush and friction!! Even a heavily pounding heart can trigger it.
I'll discuss more about this design, if any of you are interested.
I prefer shorter ones. Some thing half of length to knees.