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Morning all. Any experiences with tan-through clothes? I recently purchased a pair of tan-through swim trunks, they are awesome and very comfortable and cool. My concern is that they are also see through especially in the right light. Therefore I haven't tried wearing them in public yet.
Any thoughts or recommendations?
What is the problem ? So some pretty people see your, how do I put it? Package, plumbers butt, your pride an joy. Tell them you are modeling for a magazine. And I am trying to get rid of my tan line. Aha Aha Maybe. I went to a swimming hole. Guess what ripped open. No No not the back the front , in the middle. No liner, What is that cool breeze? Oh F--- ! I still had a mile hike back to camp.
I only wear tan thru suits when I have to wear something. I've never had an issue with transparency. I did notice that my highly polished PA jewelry did show through the darker ones I wore so I wear a blue ring that matches the suit's pattern when I wear those. My suits are from Kiniki.
The detailed patterns do a good job of disguising what's behind all those holes but cannot work miracles. Shiny metal beneath the fabric shall definitely defeat it while, depending on the pattern, more than a casual glance may allow the eye to focus on the details below. My wife's one-piece suits may allow me to make out her areolae or butt crack if I have a moment to focus, but I don't think a casual glance would detect anything. As a confirmed textile, she wouldn't have worn them if she thought she wasn't disguised enough. With my swimbriefs, I doubt there'd be enough surface area to allow a viewer to focus on the pattern enough to see beyond it. Wearing a shirt, with a large flat area of fabric would make seeing through easier, but that's probably not an issue.
Definitely, the ability of those little holes to pass water as well as light makes for a more intimate contact with the water than with a conventional fabric, while I delight in seeing my wife arise from the water when the sun is low in the sky. Each hole, when holding water, becomes a tiny mirror to reflect the sunlight and the body's shape. A magic effect that lasts a fraction of a second. Do that again, will you?
An alternative to the genuine tan-through brands is Skinzwear's mesh fabrics with similar properties without the tanning claims. While some are solid colours and don't attempt to block the eye, they also have patterns that may fit the bill for opacity. My shorts from them are not completely opaque but I'd be happy to wear them on any beach without raising concerns from the public, at least when I'm without metal adornment -there's no hiding that.
For the ladies, Brigitewear also have some items for swim or resort along these lines, abiet with boutique pricing. Definitely worthwhile if you wife likes them, though. :-)