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Have you ever wonder where, bodystockings come from? I did some research on the history and discription of bodystockings and this is what I found out.
Oftentimes bodystockings are made of sheer fabric and are worn with or without undergarments such as a bra. Bodystockings normally come in only two sizes, especially when they use stretch material. A body stocking may be worn for the smooth line it gives or because it cannot become untucked from trousers or a skirt. When worn as panties, it is usually not worn with other bottoms. It may be worn with panties for extra coverage or a bra for extra support. Sheer bodystockings are too revealing to be worn alone.
Opaque bodystockings can be worn in place of tights and a blouse. Bodystockings also come in fishnet, lace and satin, the latter which may just consist of the top portion of the bodystocking, allowing it to be worn underneath a suit jacket to serve as a blouse. These types of bodystockings are also made sheer, enabling the wearer to wear a more revealing outfit coupled with sheer coverage for line smoothing.
Bodystockings are put on through the neck, in a similar technique to putting on a pair of tights: the body and arm sections are rolled down and then the legs are scrunched up like stockings; one would put one foot in and pull the stocking part up, and then the same on the other leg; from the waist, the bodystocking is pulled up over the torso to the chest, and then the arms are scrunched up and put on in same way as the legs; and the garment is then adjusted as required, and any ribbons and fasteners tied.
It is unclear when the first bodystocking was made or when it was first worn.
The first notable occasion, was when American actress Adah Isaacs Menken wore one in 1861 in the play Mazeppa, based on Byron's "Mazeppa", in which she played a Ukrainian man who was tied nude to the back of a wild horse by his enemies. In the scene Menken wore a flesh coloured bodystocking to preserve her modesty while giving the illusion of nudity. The practice created controversy.
A bodystocking was used in a tableau vivant style short film The Birth of the Pearl (1901) which featured an unnamed long-haired young model wearing a flesh-colored bodystocking in a direct frontal pose and provided a provocative view of the female body.
Today, the bodystocking is much more worn as a piece of erotic lingerie.