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See-through garment is any sort of garment made of non-opaque material, often similar to (though usually thicker than) what is used for tights. Obviously, this allows people to see the wearer's skin almost as if he or she were naked[wp] or scantily clad. The wearer may have lingerie underneath to avoid being indecent, or on the contrary go commando[wipi] to avoid lingerie being visible.
Ordinary clothing may allow some see-through; for example, some leggings[wp] do, especially if the wearer is bending over[wipi] so that the material is stretched. Skin-tight garment may become see-through if the material is stretched so that it becomes thinner; this may happen in particular with leggings. A white blouse may be sufficiently see-through to allow a black bra underneath to be detectable.
A hula skirt or grass skirt is a skirt consisting of a collection of strings hanging from a waist band. If there are enough strings, the skirt may be opaque if the wearer is standing still. However, inevitably there wil be see-through if the wearer moves around energetically. Often, one leg may protrude through the skirt as with a slit skirt[wipi].
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|This article based - additional pictures - on an article See-through clothing (23 July 2016) from the free Encyklopedia LatexWiki. The LatexWiki article is published under GNU-License for free Documentation. In LatexWiki is a List of Authors available those who worked on the text before being incorporated in WikiMANNia.|