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Fuzzy knitwear, sweaters, mohair, wool, etc.

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Fuzzy knitwear, sweaters, mohair, wool, etc.

Hi

Anyone into mohair sweater fetish (or similar) around here?

Sweater girl kink is so heavily underrecognised by the today's culture as if it were sth obscure Sad
(This post was last modified: 02 Jan 2017 00:17 by Sylkis.)
01 Jan 2017 23:53
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RE: Fuzzy knitwear, sweaters, mohair, wool, etc.

Hello and welcome

This isn't one. Even I have come across although it does sound inyetrsting

What is it about mohair sweaters that does it for you?

If you don't try it how do you know you don't like it?
02 Jan 2017 07:26
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Its a new one to me too, but that's maybe not that much of a surprise. I would like to know more. If you feel able.

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

What is it about fur/leather/latex/etc. that does it for others? It's all the same, just replace the fabric. Fetishes don't make sense, they just work... and if anyone tries to make some theories about the possible "sources" based off connotations if any sort, they're confusing fetishes with fantasies and aesthetic appeal.

But okay... If I were to point out the things that have an effect on me...

I like the knit pattern. Both the looks and the feel of it in touch. The way it looks and behaves stretched on feminine curves, how it accentuates them. IDK why. It's just so erotic to me.

I like the fuzziness. The halo. The looks. The way it is in touch. The decadent classy softness and the scratchiness. Again, IDK why, it's just so erotic to me.

I like the thickness. The cosy cushiony softness you plunge into, yet harsh scratchiness, all so distinct. Again, the same thing - no sensible reason, it just feels so erotic to me.

The looks and the touch, smell, etc... It's all so sensual, especially on an attractive woman.

Mohair, longhair kinds of wool and alpaca are my favs. The thicker the better. T-necks, cardis, sweaters, skirts, dresses, stockings, scarves, accessories...

Blends nicely with BDSM, too Wink

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

I to have to say a nice pair of thigh length socks always look good.

Thanks for the full response

If you don't try it how do you know you don't like it?
04 Jan 2017 07:37
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Ooh there was a woman at work today wearing a jumper that was very low cut around her neck and back. Was pretty easy to imagine she wasn't wearing anything underneath

If you don't try it how do you know you don't like it?
06 Jan 2017 18:28
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Dangerous place this, we're all catching fetishes lol. Big Grin

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06 Jan 2017 19:27
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RE: Fuzzy knitwear, sweaters, mohair, wool, etc.

Back in the 1980s BC (before children) I had a gorgeous green mohair tank top that I would occasionally wear braless when I was feeling daring, it felt fabulous on my bare skin & hubby loved the way my nipples were just about poking through the weave.....happy days!

If it feels good...do it! Wink

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06 Jan 2017 19:35
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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
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Every guy noticed!!

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06 Jan 2017 19:45
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