This is your tie today, boy. It’s romantic without being girly. (According to me). This weekend we would be attending my Grandfather’s memorial party. I think a nice charcoal suit, a shirt some shade of grey (very pale) and this silvery rose tie. Top it off with a hat, in the style of the 1930’s. Dress shoes.
This tie comes from McDade.
I don’t think any of these are fun to wear. Even though it makes me feel like a preachy spinster Aunt, I just don’t see these as fun. No doubt others would think they’re great and want to order them. I don’t think these are still in production, however, you can find a lot of suggestive underwear with a little online shopping these days. (Something to do when you’ve finished reading the personal ads).
Found on Mitch O’Connell’s blog. See more there.
This tie (see below) has so much more potential. What little secret would you add to your boy’s tie? Not a pin-up girl. A submissive boy needs a different kind of secret, peekaboo. Use your imagination, make it personal, customized for just your boy.
If you sew, find a tie pattern and make it from scratch. Adds that extra touch when you can pick out the fabric and pattern too.
My ideas for inside the tie include:
- miniature handcuffs (very small and not likely to cause a rip in the tie fabric)
- a fabric blindfold, carefully folded flat but easy to pull out for use later
- a special note (love note, instructions, reminders, helpful suggestions, etc.)
- a photo of yourself, or one of him especially dressed and posed to please you
- an image of an activity which makes him blush (could be scanned and printed onto fabric, or paper)
What other ideas does this give you?
I like to think of things just a little shocking. Think of him wearing his tie on a windy day. As it flips and twists here and there in the breeze what secrets might it reveal? You might give him a new tie pin (to keep his tie in place) but not right away.
Found on eBay:
Can you sew, and do you like fitted things made of silk, satin, lace and frilliness? Do you have patience with details? Maybe you can start your own business, from home, making bras. You may work your way into bustiers, corsets and then lingerie. If you’re already thinking about colours and styles, why not consider it.
Found via Bra Makers Supply.
It does interest me, in a creative way. With a friend, it could be a lot of fun and even competitive, in a friendly way.
I thought of Doctor Who when I first noticed this mask for sale on Etsy.
Intended as jewelery more than bondage, these are still a nice way to bring your play into public without making it a scene (or public spectacle).
These are underwear, period.
There are two other styles for you to consider
Source: Period Panties | Firebox.com – Shop for the Unusual
Eliza Dushku. I’ve seen her in the Buffy and Angel series and again in Dollhouse. Why are most of her photographs (posing for publicity) not like this? Here she has elegance and power. But, most female characters/ actresses are posed inelegantly, often with legs open so the focus is not on their face. If men were posed that way it would look obscene or far too cocky (literally).
Not so different from female Doms. Most are shown in tight clothes with a lot of skin and body parts exposed. Meanwhile men show almost no skin. They tend to look mysterious, in command and a little threatening. They don’t look like hookers.
I know someone will have a thing about the use of the word hookers. But, that’s how I feel. If you have a conniption about it, read the blog of someone who agrees with everything you think. Yes men types should stick together. I prefer to be a free thinker. I decide what I think and when I change what I think. You only have that privilege for yourself.
Anyway, I prefer the photos of Eliza fully dressed. My favourite being the full length black dress.