Late last year, we talked about Las Vegas Stripping 101, your guide to being sexy and confident. But while eye contact, music and sass are all important aspects, so too is your outfit. Obviously, you’re going to lose your garments quickly, but that doesn’t make presentation any less important. Use this guide as your do’s and don’t of outfit selection.
When it comes to picking your outfit, you’re going to want something that you can still move in. Look for flexible fabric that is easy to remove. Super tight clothing can be sexy, but it won’t be if you literally have to peel yourself out like a sausage casing.
You should avoid getting outfits that contain items your skin, hair or the garment itself could get snagged on. Be aware of rhinestone placement, hooks and zippers.
Take in consideration how you would remove the item. An Adam & Eve laced-up corset is sexy, but not easy to take off; you’ll end up clumsily fumbling with the hooks and the lacing. Think of clothes that you can remove seductively and with ease.
So what do you get?
First opt for clothes that fit you–too big and too small won’t look good.
For the bottoms, look for a sexy, lacy pair of cheekie or hip hugger panties that you can layer on top of a smaller, barely there thong. If your establishment allows for full nudity, feel free to skip one of the underwear options.
You can also think about wearing a bathing suit bottom that you can untie from the side.
For the top, you’ll want to get a bra or bathing suit top that makes your girls look great and is easy to remove. Opt for a string bikini or a bra that has simple hook and eyes in the back.
This goes without saying, but you want to coordinate your top and bottom. Try to think of a theme or persona you can take over. Can’t think of one? Going the vintage pin-up route can always be fun and is classically sexy.
Your main outfit can stop there or you can add a tiny dress on top of it all. This can be nice because it adds in an element of suspense. Spandex dresses seem like the go to and it’s because they won’t wrinkle, they’ll hug your curves and are easy to remove. Look for something with a halter tie or thin straps that you can slowly take down.
Once this part of your outfit is complete, you’ll want to think about layers. You will want to have a few accessories to play with and remove, such as thigh highs, gloves or a scarf. Items like this can help you prolong the show and play up the theatrics of it all.
And finally, you can’t forget the shoes, ultimately the most important part of your outfit. High heels need to be just that, high. Don’t run for the kitten heels because you’re already tall or can’t walk in them. Get a pair of shoes that have a thick platform front. This will help you remain stable and make walking and dancing easier. High heels will help you look thinner as well as highlight your leg muscles and butt. Get a pair that you feel comfortable in and then practice, practice, practice. Don’t even know how to walk in heels? Start here.
Once you’ve put it all together, you’ve can’t do your outfit a disservice by neglecting your nails, hair and make up. Be sure to paint your nails and toes, do up your hair and add a little extra make up than usual. It will be dark in the club, so don’t be afraid to play up your eye make up.
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