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Fuzzy knitwear, sweaters, mohair, wool, etc.

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RE: Fuzzy knitwear, sweaters, mohair, wool, etc.

(06 Jan 2017 19:39)Tommytommy01 Wrote:  An old flame of mine had a loose weave jumper. When we were out she pushed a nipple through it . I loved tweaking it and looking around to see if anyone noticed her stiff nip sticking out

And did they?

If you don't try it how do you know you don't like it?
06 Jan 2017 19:45
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A few did. One of our female friends flicked it. She had huge nipples
06 Jan 2017 19:54
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Nice

If you don't try it how do you know you don't like it?
06 Jan 2017 19:59
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A few examples from one of the major fetish knitters on the internet... Wink
   
   
   
   
   

http://www.sizeminded.com/sylkis
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RE: Fuzzy knitwear, sweaters, mohair, wool, etc.

I would put my cold drink on her nip to get it harder then she would go to the bar
06 Jan 2017 20:02
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Honestly - even aesthetically - why isn't this commonly regarded sexy, popular? Why doesn't popculture recognise this like it does with furs, latex, leather, etc.? Even when trying to think about it objectively I can't wrap my head around it

http://www.sizeminded.com/sylkis
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(06 Jan 2017 20:02)Tommytommy01 Wrote:  I would put my cold drink on her nip to get it harder then she would go to the bar

Apart from that nothing else with knitwear stuff
06 Jan 2017 20:14
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Even a Mao suit could be sexy, clothes in themselves are not sexy its all with the wearer IMO.

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06 Jan 2017 20:20
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Well clothes themselves aren't sexy to the beholder unless the beholder has a fetish for them Wink

But still, I just don't get it why some clothes are commonly recognised as sth sexy even by non-fetishists, and others aren't despite having at least as much potential for highlighting the wearer's sexiness

http://www.sizeminded.com/sylkis
06 Jan 2017 20:25
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(06 Jan 2017 20:25)Sylkis Wrote:  Well clothes themselves aren't sexy to the beholder unless the beholder has a fetish for them Wink

But still, I just don't get it why some clothes are commonly recognised as sth sexy even by non-fetishists, and others aren't despite having at least as much potential for highlighting the wearer's sexiness
Both valid points.

Also find our sister site at http://www.uksf2.co.uk
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