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Lingerie For Male Mechanics

Updated on October 16, 2009

Male mechanics tend to be rugged types, forever getting covered in oil and cursing at stubborn pieces of machinery that just won't behave. But underneath it all, many men who are mechanics yearn for a little softness, a little femininity in their lives - and that's where lingerie comes in.

Lingerie for mechanics needs to be soft but functional.If you're a mechanic searching for the perfect lingerie, or someone looking to kit out that special mechanic in your life, you need these lingerie tips designed specially for male mechanics. (Lady mechanics generally have their lingerie sorted, but if there are any lady mechanics out there looking for some advice, I'd be glad to help. Did I mention I totally have 'Bound' style girl fantasies? Oh yes. Yes I do. Gina Gershon is a fox, but I digress.  

Nylon Panties

Full brief nylon panties make excellent lingerie for men in the mechanical trades because they provide good coverage and can be relied upon not to ride up terribly as thongs or even bikini cut panties might do.

Camisoles

Whilst a mechanically inclined man mighr be attracted to the metal clasp action of a brassiere, the realities of spending time on his back working on the underside of cars means that bra clasps can dig in nastily. A front clasp bra is an alternative of course, but I would recommend a good camisole as the first choice for a man working mechanically. Why? Elementary, my dear Watsons. Camisoles provide good coverage and maximum soft silkyness without any nasty metal bumps.  

Body Stockings

On those cold winter days, body stockings are practically an essential item of lingerie for the male mechanic. Body stockings provide close fitting all over coverage that increases body warmth and lets him feel the caress of sweet lingerie from top to toe. In summer choose fishnet style body stockings to allow the body to breathe whilst still enjoying the embrace of lingerie.  

NOT RECOMMENDED

The following items of lingerie are not recommended for male mechanics: 

Back clasp bras (for reasons mentioned above)

Stockings and garters. These have buckles and little fiddle metal or plastic bits all over the place. Whilst pretty, they are not designed to withstand the wear and tear that would be unleashed upon them during a hard day of mechanicing.(Totally a word.) 

Thongs. Thongs can be brutal if you spend a great deal of time bending, crouching, and otherwise assuming a great deal of manly positions. Save the thongs for quiet nights at home and stick with full brief styles at work.  

 

 

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      Jason 

      9 years ago

      Only women have the problem with thongs and Bikini panties riding up. Men do not have this problem. The pantis my wife can't wear cause me no problems.

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      likewhatiam 

      9 years ago

      Hi Hope these are great tips for mechanics but what about the rest of the trades I.E. plumbers , electricians and the like they also do a lot of bending over and climbing ladders etc. It could be a little embarrassing if someone was to look up ones shorts when up a ladder. Keep on going girl you are the best.

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      Troy Iuliucci 

      9 years ago

      As always, you have wonderfully offered great advice for men wearing lingerie and made up some fun new terms. I love your blog and I am so glad that you support men wearing lingerie.

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      ILoveLingerie 

      9 years ago

      I'm no mechaninc but those are some great tips!

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