How Sexy Would It Be If…

     some clothing designer like Donatella Versace, Donna Karan, or even Louis Vuitton invented a dress that was made of a material that was see-through. But, with a catch!

     The only was to be able see through these types of dresses is with a certain pair of sunglasses. Oakley, Ray-Ban, or Costa Del Mar makes polarized sunglasses for fishermen to see through water.

     The dresses would have to made of whatever kind of material that is “murky”, for lack of a better word, and appear normal to the average eye. Only people wearing polarized sunglasses would see the truth underneath.

     It’s just an idea. Hollywood is always having award shows and actresses and designers are always looking for the next “big fad”. I am just a normal, Midwestern guy, with an idea that will probably make someone millions and turn other people on.

     Sex sells, and there is always somebody looking to push the nudity envelope. This would be a real cool way to push it even further.


2 Responses to “How Sexy Would It Be If…”

  1. 1 zeph July 18, 2008 at 5:14 am

    I’m not sure how practical it would be to make fabrics that work that way, and people may not be very likely to wear that kind of clothes out in the sunlight. Could be the sunglasses companies might be willing to sponsor some research, though. Heh.

    You can get a cheap pair of polarized glasses or clip-ons at the local drugstore. I love ’em. They really cut down on eyestrain.

  2. 2 headslammer July 18, 2008 at 6:18 am

    Who said anything about practicality? Does anyone in Hollywood wear anything practical to award shows? It would be a fad or a novelty type of clothing. And a fun for both the wearer and the admirer!

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