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No Coverage Clothing—What You Should Know About it

I don’t remember the title but there’s this book I read where a woman complained the sexual chemistry between her and her husband was dwindling. She had visited a marriage counselor to know what to do. After several hours of consultation, the counselor gave her this piece of advice: “Wear no-coverage clothing anytime you both are home alone.”

She was skeptical. What would the skimpy clothes do? It wasn’t like they weren’t conjugating their home often. It was just that the sex wasn’t as intense as it used to be. But she took the counselor’s advice regardless and you can guess what happened.

Per her review in the book, her husband seeing her voluptuous breasts and curvaceous backside in such sexy clothes had a boner at a glance. And that was how they revived their sex life.

Since this isn’t a relationship blog, let’s not dwell too much on that story. No coverage clothes aren’t just sexy. They’re powerful too. They can confuse a clergyman and present your body as a goddess waiting to be worshipped.

Of course, you’re a goddess. And to show forth your ethereal goodness, skimpy clothes are one of the ways to go. But what do they comprise and where can you wear them to? You’ll find the answers as you read on.

What is No Coverage Clothing?

Kim Kardashian in a sheer dress and black underwear as no coverage clothing

These are skimpy clothes that expose delicate parts of the body like your breasts, thighs, buttocks, midriff, etc., all at once. As the name implies, they offer little or no coverage for your body. And it takes a whole level of bubbling self-confidence to pull these clothes off in public.

One reason is that your body and its flaws would be at the mercy of public glare. People would be staring at you. And if you aren’t confident about your skin and shape, you’ll feel embarrassed. 

But that’s not to worry. These revealing clothes are becoming a norm so you won’t feel out of place wearing them. However, this depends on where you wear these clothes to.

Where Can You Wear No-Coverage Clothing to?

Karrueche Tran wearing a sheer dress with bikini underneath as no coverage clothing

What’s the one place people wear skin-baring clothes to? You’ll agree with me it’s the beach. Every now and then, women don skimpy clothes to the beach or swimming pool and let their bodies bask in the resplendence of the sun.

But you see, the beach waterside isn’t the only place these clothes are welcome. So, where else can you wear them? Here they are:

  1. Red carpet events (This is popular among celebrities)
  2. Clubs (if you’re a stripper)
  3. Your bedroom (to seduce your lover or feel sexy for yourself)
  4. Photoshoot (Yeah, they’re a nice concept)

Types of No-Coverage Clothing

Swimsuits

a lady wearing a one-piece swimsuit and standing by the beach

Your one-piece (monokini) and two-piece (bikini) swimsuits come in here. They’re breathable clothes made from quick-drying material. You wear them when it’s time to go swimming at the beach or pool or perform activities near water.

Sheer Dresses

Olivia Culpo in a sheer dress as no coverage clothing

These are see-through clothes made with transparent fabrics such as tulle, voile, crocheted wool, chiffon, sheer silk, organdy, organza, georgette, lace, gauze, batiste, cotton lawn, sheer nylon, muslin, sheer polyester, netting, mesh, etc.

They often come as tops, dresses, skirts, jumpsuits, and pants. And you can find them on the streets or on the red carpet during white/black-tie events.

Hot Pants

a lady wearing hot pants and a matching top as no coverage clothing

These are tight, brief shorts for women. Otherwise called booty shorts or bum shorts, these shorts are indeed hot. Though they offer a bit of coverage, they flaunt the lower part of your booty.

You can wear them to the club or parties as rave outfits.

Lingerie

a lady wearing a sexy blue limgerie and kneeling on a bed

Are you visiting your man anytime soon? Do you want to give him wild thoughts as he looks at you? Do you wanna spice up your sex life? Get yourself some lingerie and make sure he sees you in them. 

These nightclothes for women are sexy. No cap.

Pantyhose

pantyhose as a type of no coverage clothing

Pantyhose is the light version of leggings. They’re translucent and made of thin materials. You can wear them on their own as sheer clothing or pair them with outfits like miniskirts to add more definition to your legs.

Are There Disadvantages to Wearing No Coverage Clothing

a lady wearing a sexy bikini with a hat

Every good thing has its bad side, right? Skin-baring clothes aren’t left out too.

For one, you can’t hide your physical flaws when in these clothes. Everybody will see them unless you opt for a minimalist version like using sheer dresses to layer your bikini.

Furthermore, they promote nudity. These clothes aren’t in any way modest. And if you wear them, get ready to be perceived as a supporter of indecent dressing. But who cares?

Where to Buy No-Coverage Clothes

a lady wearing white sheer pants and a bra top with a white kimono

You can buy revealing and sheer clothes from clothing selling apps and websites such as Etsy, Alibaba, Poshmark, eBay, ASOS, etc.

And that’s it about no-coverage clothes. Getting psyched up about wearing them already? Great! Just ensure you wear them to the places we mentioned in this post and not the streets.

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Victoria B. Willie

Writing has always been a part of me. From writing stories as a young child to studying Communication Arts in the university, it has always been more than a medium of expression to me.

And then one day, I found myself toeing the path of an entrepreneur and becoming a fashion enthusiast. This made me develop an interest in content marketing and copywriting which I've been chasing alongside my fashion career.

That aside, when I'm not sharing style articles, selling with stories, or sketching fashion-forward pieces for Ria Kosher, you'll find me telling wild stories that always come with a twist.

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