t00 opaque style, non-transparent
Jeans, t50 = 50% transparent below
the problems we ladies sometimes face is how to be sexy without
going too far and being, well, a girl that boys do not want to
take home to their mother. Transparent jeans seem a little
this way to me. How much is too much? And what if we
change our minds?
To help with this and our mood changes (it is our right, is
it not? to change our minds?) my transparent jeans are
really a set, allowing you to pick the transparency or absence
of transparency that you wish to wear at the moment. The
following are a sampling of what the set might contain.
The set may include: t00, t10. t20. t35, t50 and t70. What
is that you might ask? Well, for Suzie Larsen clothes we
sometimes give the transparency rating of the clothing item.
This is give by a "t" followed by two numbers which give the
percentage of transparency. A low number means not much
transparency. A high number means that you can see through
it more easily.
Now transparency will depend on what you wear underneath and
how it contrasts to your skin. In other words, if you wear
no panties and have well, er, not many distinguishing features
on your torso area - it might be hard to tell anything even at a
high visibility rating. On the other hand, something like
pink panties will show up quickly. So it makes a big
difference what you are wearing underneath. Here is a
sampling of what my general opinion of the transparency numbers
may give you, of course depending on what you wear underneath:
- t00 = 0% transparency. This means that the jeans
are opaque and therefore not transparent at all. You
will see nothing underneath. But this is not all bad,
I do really like these jeans myself.
- t10 = 10% transparency. This is a little peek a
boo. People will see a darker shape or lighter shape
but may not be able to make it out.
- t20 = 20% transparency. This is of course twice as
transparent as t10. However, it still depends on what
you wear. You may be able to see things below but
often not very distinctly.
- t35 = 35% transparency. At this transparency, you
can generally make out objects somewhat clearly beneath the
- t50 =50% transparency. This is as shown in the
picture on the below right. You can often clearly see
objects through it.
- t70 = 70% transparency. This one is for only the
very brave. At this point more of the bottom items are
visible than the jeans themselves.
Hard to tell if I will keep all of the above exact
transparency types in the set, however, the set for $ L 10 will
include a number of different transparency levels to give you at
least a little choice.
Note that we have also a darker set of blue denim jeans, that
can be worn by either men or women.