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Men, Feel Sexy In Stockings!

Updated on October 13, 2009

Sexy stockings are a big hit with men who like to wear lingerie, but its not just the look of stockings that attracts men to then, its quite of then the feel of the stockings once on that is the important thing. A great deal of men who wear lingerie do so because they like the feel of the lingerie, not simply because they want to look feminine (though there's some of that going around as well at the best of times.) If you're wanting to get the best sensation out of your stockings here are some tips and tricks for maximizing your stocking wearing fun.

Sheer Nylons

The more sheer the fabric, the lighter it is likely to feel against your skin. Sheer nylon stockings are the budget conscious way to achieve stocking pleasure, and if you take heed of the tips on shaving below, then you're sure to find that even a cheap pair of sheer stockings can feel super good against your skin.

Silk Stockings

If you have the cash to spare, think about splashing out on some silk stockings. There's nothing quite like the feel of pure silk against your legs, and having at least one pair in your lingerie collection adds a touch of luxury that you can look forward to after a rough day at the office, or construction site, or stock exchange, or aquarium, or wherever you happen to work.

Say No To Wool

Wool is excellent if you're trying to stay warm whilst climbing the side of a mountain, but for sensual pleasure, wool is a no no.

Get The Right Size

Sometimes it can be a fun ego trip to try and buy the smallest size possible, but when it comes to stockings, this is a bad idea. Nothing feels worse than a pair of overly tight stockings which don't fit properly in the gusset and leave you with an inch or two of irritating space between your panty gusset and the stocking gusset.

Think About Shaving

There's an easy way to make any stockings feel better against your skin, and that is to shave your legs. If you haven't done it before you might be surprised at the difference in sensation. Of course, for the best effect when shaving your legs, use a sharp razor, a high quality shaving foam or lotion, and moisturize afterwards. It might feel a little unnecessarily girly, but it is guaranteed to make your skin feel smoother and silkier than ever before. When choosing a moisturizer, go for one that doesn't have a greasy after touch. It's worth spending a little extra on a good quality moisturizer which sinks into your skin leaving it silky smooth in order to achieve a really nice finish.


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