Tuesday, 21 March 2017

story of o dress

"One of the four friends seized one of them as she passed, made a sign for the other to wait, and brought the girl he had stopped back toward O. He turned her around and, holding her by the waist with one hand, lifted her skirt with the other, in order to demonstrate to O, he said, the practical advantages of the costume and show how well designed it was. He added that all one needed to keep the skirts raised was a simple belt, which made everything that lay beneath readily available. In fact, they often had the girls go about in the chateau or the park either like this, or with their skirts tucked up in front, waist high. They had the young woman show O how she would have to keep her skirt: rolled up several turns (like a lock of hair rolled in a curler) and secured tightly by a belt, either directly in front, to expose the belly, or in the middle of the back, to leave the buttocks free. In either case, skirt and petticoat fell diagonally away in large, cascading folds of intermingled material. Like O, the young woman's backside bore fresh welt from the riding crop. She left the room."

Pauline Reage
Story of O



I have written many time how I was impressed by the story of O.  One of the things that have built a lasting impression was the dress as described above. And there she is in this beautiful dress that has two interesting features. One is the removable bra in this dress so her breasts are not only bare but as an ornament in the dress. And two is the clever way the skirt can be opened of course.

There is even a shop that specializes in dresses like this one: Fond Cosplay that not only makes Sissy clothes but Story of O dresses in all shapes and colours.

I came across these dresses recently and although they are not "Story of O dresses" they reminded me strongly of them. How wonderful they look!



3 comments:

  1. Sure are erotic dresses, Han but not sure they'd be flattering to anyone but a skinny woman. Thanks for sharing, Han.

    Hugs and blessings...Cat

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    1. How do women call that sort of thing? Eye candy? I think that is the word. Eye candy.

      Thank you for stopping by,
      Han

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  2. Lovely b&w photo! I try to keep 'Links' to O-dress sites on my "O" website: www.storyofo.info

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