MrsDzineGuy

Why Are Stockings NOT that Popular in America?

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Oh sorry, didn't know we weren't wearing?  Oh well, guess it'll just be our little secret :)

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The school run in pyjamas is a deplorable ahd disgraceful way of behaving.
Naturally it implies that the pyjama wearer has not washed before leaving the house.
A disgusting example to set for the children. It is an example of extreme idleness.

The excuse "but it is the pace of modern life" is not acceptable, life in not more frenetic today than i years of yore.
No convenience of the car to go EVERYWHERE so 60 or so years back. We walked or rode bicycles.
I got up early, did a paper round before returning home and getting ready and cycling or walking ot school.
School was never less than a mile from home. One just got up early, and woe betide being late for school!

Is it just idle people who get up too late, the rush around in pyjamas to the school? YES!!
A poor example to set and little wonder it is banned by some schools.
The solution is simple, get up in good time, get ready and properly dressed in lingerie and stockings, or a suit (for gentlemen)
Go to work or about one's daily business with pride in your appearance. It is quite straightforward really.
That is my moaning over! 

TheStockingFitter

 

 

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On 2/25/2018 at 1:26 PM, TheStockingFitter said:

The solution is simple, get up in good time, get ready and properly dressed in lingerie and stockings, or a suit (for gentlemen)

Side note, I think that should be "lingerie and stockings, and a suit (for gentlemen)" but that's a topic for a different forum on here!  :-)

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I think it's been stated before, but I'll add my vote..  It seems to me the US has become the country of comfort and casual clothing.  Lack of style and class, with a side of zero pride in appearance.  Want an example?  Just go look at Victoria's Secret.  Contrast what they have now to what they sold 20-30 years ago.  Currently, it's mostly casual cotton/t-shirt material that is almost unisex.  20-30 years ago, it was lacey, silky, satiny, flattering, sexy, and very feminine.  That's the way I see it, and how I see nearly all the women here dress.  Hosery is so 'uncomfortable', that's what I hear them say.  It's too bad, really, because hosiery always makes any legs look better, IMHO.

I pine for nylon encased legs accentuated by nice high heels, among other things.  Curves (full-figured) are so underrated!

Ho-hum.

kt

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2 hours ago, kt_ said:

I think it's been stated before, but I'll add my vote..  It seems to me the US has become the country of comfort and casual clothing.  Lack of style and class, with a side of zero pride in appearance.  Want an example?  Just go look at Victoria's Secret.  Contrast what they have now to what they sold 20-30 years ago.  Currently, it's mostly casual cotton/t-shirt material that is almost unisex.  20-30 years ago, it was lacey, silky, satiny, flattering, sexy, and very feminine.  That's the way I see it, and how I see nearly all the women here dress.  Hosery is so 'uncomfortable', that's what I hear them say.  It's too bad, really, because hosiery always makes any legs look better, IMHO.

I pine for nylon encased legs accentuated by nice high heels, among other things.  Curves (full-figured) are so underrated!

Ho-hum.

kt

I think you've got that spot-on kt but more importantly is why does Mrs Dzineguy no longer post?!

KtF
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On 25/02/2018 at 9:26 PM, TheStockingFitter said:

The school run in pyjamas is a deplorable ahd disgraceful way of behaving.
Naturally it implies that the pyjama wearer has not washed before leaving the house.
A disgusting example to set for the children. It is an example of extreme idleness.

The excuse "but it is the pace of modern life" is not acceptable, life in not more frenetic today than i years of yore.
No convenience of the car to go EVERYWHERE so 60 or so years back. We walked or rode bicycles.
I got up early, did a paper round before returning home and getting ready and cycling or walking ot school.
School was never less than a mile from home. One just got up early, and woe betide being late for school!

Is it just idle people who get up too late, the rush around in pyjamas to the school? YES!!
A poor example to set and little wonder it is banned by some schools.
The solution is simple, get up in good time, get ready and properly dressed in lingerie and stockings, or a suit (for gentlemen)
Go to work or about one's daily business with pride in your appearance. It is quite straightforward really.
That is my moaning over! 

TheStockingFitter

 

 

Also here in UK as well with some school runs and to high street shops. Matey works in TK Max here in town says like the lasses wear flip flops, baggy pants, and he liek me cant stand the mules / slides / scholl sandals with furry bits.

But at the same token in one's posh academic historical town it is also the other extreme at times on a sat where the fmailies roll up in the 4 x 4 and BMW and Mercs to take kids shopping and dress in expensive jeans and high street label clothes to go into John Lewis.

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10 hours ago, SeamsFFun said:

I think you've got that spot-on kt but more importantly is why does Mrs Dzineguy no longer post?!

KtF
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I'm still around. I found that things got so contentious a while back that I thought I'd leave it be. It was starting to colour the way I saw the forum. :(

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21 hours ago, MrsDzineGuy said:

I'm still around. I found that things got so contentious a while back that I thought I'd leave it be. It was starting to colour the way I saw the forum. :(

:58674c1aabbb8_EmojiSmiley-106::58674c1aabbb8_EmojiSmiley-106:Pleased to hear it! Would love to see it, LOL!

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If you want to see more women in stockings, you must let them know you have an interest. Every girl friend I had, and then my wife, were/are wearers because not only did I express the preference - I bought them beautiful high quality outfits that they could wear anywhere. Compliments from me were regular when they were wearing. All of them enjoyed the feeling of a hand sliding up their skirt and fondling the skin between the stocking tops and pretty panties I bought them. They said it made them feel sexy and special. You can create an atmosphere where women WANT to wear if you are bold enough to show the interest, buy them nice things, AND treat them as the princesses they are.

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On 6/17/2018 at 10:22 AM, SeamsFFun said:

:58674c1aabbb8_EmojiSmiley-106::58674c1aabbb8_EmojiSmiley-106:Pleased to hear it! Would love to see it, LOL!

KtF
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MrDZ has acquired for me some great vintage FFs lately! 

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9 hours ago, billyboy said:

If you want to see more women in stockings, you must let them know you have an interest. Every girl friend I had, and then my wife, were/are wearers because not only did I express the preference - I bought them beautiful high quality outfits that they could wear anywhere. Compliments from me were regular when they were wearing. All of them enjoyed the feeling of a hand sliding up their skirt and fondling the skin between the stocking tops and pretty panties I bought them. They said it made them feel sexy and special. You can create an atmosphere where women WANT to wear if you are bold enough to show the interest, buy them nice things, AND treat them as the princesses they are.

You are a lucky man. Not all women respond like you describe here. There are a few men here who would love for this post to be true for them!! 💗 

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I don't know the reason, but I am soon frustrated, that I'm thinking of looking for a cd or tran, to find some in nylons!...;-))  sniff sniff...

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1. the weather is generally warmer there. 2. americans are more casual and are quick to be less formal when they can. 3. american woman are quick to follow fashion trends, when the no-hose shiny leg fad came in from latin american, women gladly got rid of pantyhose, even with horrible skin and stubble showing. 4. americans are more pragmatic when it comes to simplifying dress.  4. young american women will save money by jettisoning items they deem not necessary, like hosiery. 5. american confidence says i don't care what you think or decorum calls for. 6. american men put up with any compromise to get women; british men do not. 7. the feminist movement in the US taugh a generation of women to eschew lingerie and hosiery.   i'm an american, born and bred, so i've seen a thing or two there, sadly.  stockings are rare, pantyhose is becoming rarer, as all women opt for "pants" (trousers) as much as they can.  lower class?  you can say so.  i do.  that's why i love living and working in london.  women dress better and so do men.  

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