Skin-tight garment

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A skin-tight garment is a garment that is held to the skin usually by elastic tension using some type of stretch fabric.wikipedia
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Bodystocking

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A wide variety of clothing may be made to be skin-tight, and it is common for clothing to be skin-tight for some uses, such as in stockings, bodystockings, swimsuits and women's bras.
A bodystocking or body stocking is a one-piece skin-tight garment that covers the torso, legs and sometimes the arms of the wearer.

Leotard

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In 1886 the name leotard was given to a one-piece skin-tight garment that covers the torso including the crotch, but not the legs or arms.
A leotard is a unisex skin-tight one-piece garment that covers the body from the crotch to the shoulder.

Bodysuit

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The most common type of one-piece swimsuit is the maillot or tank suit, which resembles a sleeveless leotard or bodysuit.
A bodysuit or shorthand body is a one-piece form-fitting, and/or skin-tight garment that covers the torso and the crotch, and sometimes, the legs, hands, and feet, and cannot be used as a swimsuit.

One-piece swimsuit

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The 1920s and 1930s saw leotards influencing swimsuit styles, with women's one-piece swimsuits today still being similar in appearance to leotards.
Today, the one-piece swimsuit is usually a skin-tight garment that covers a female's torso, except maybe the back or upper chest.

Spandex

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Commercial stretch fabrics ('elastomerics') such as spandex or elastane (widely branded as 'Lycra') came onto the market in 1962, and revolutionized many areas of the clothing industry.
The elasticity and strength (stretching up to five times its length), of spandex has been incorporated into a wide range of garments, especially in skin-tight garments.

Swimsuit

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A wide variety of clothing may be made to be skin-tight, and it is common for clothing to be skin-tight for some uses, such as in stockings, bodystockings, swimsuits and women's bras. The 1920s and 1930s saw leotards influencing swimsuit styles, with women's one-piece swimsuits today still being similar in appearance to leotards.
Swimsuits can be skin-tight or loose-fitting.

Trousers

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A bodysuit is normally worn with trousers or a skirt, exposing at most the top of the garment above the waist.
Skin-tight leggings are commonly referred to as tights.

Rubber and PVC fetishism

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The most common forms of this are spandex fetishism and rubber fetishism, in which the skin-tight material is also shiny.
Latex fetishism sometimes involves dressing up in the material; looking at it worn by sexual partners; or fantasies sometimes wearers of skin-tight or other latex garments, such as divers and workers wearing industrial protective clothing.

Zentai

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A zentai suit is a skin-tight garment that covers the entire body.

Latex clothing

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Latex clothing tends to be skin-tight.

Spandex fetishism

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The most common forms of this are spandex fetishism and rubber fetishism, in which the skin-tight material is also shiny.

Form-fitting garment

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Skin-tight garments are usually also form-fitting, but are held to the skin by elastic tension.

Clothing

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A skin-tight garment is a garment that is held to the skin usually by elastic tension using some type of stretch fabric.

Elasticity (physics)

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A skin-tight garment is a garment that is held to the skin usually by elastic tension using some type of stretch fabric.

Stretch fabric

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A skin-tight garment is a garment that is held to the skin usually by elastic tension using some type of stretch fabric.

Elastomer

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Commercial stretch fabrics ('elastomerics') such as spandex or elastane (widely branded as 'Lycra') came onto the market in 1962, and revolutionized many areas of the clothing industry.

Clothing industry

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Commercial stretch fabrics ('elastomerics') such as spandex or elastane (widely branded as 'Lycra') came onto the market in 1962, and revolutionized many areas of the clothing industry.

Bra

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A wide variety of clothing may be made to be skin-tight, and it is common for clothing to be skin-tight for some uses, such as in stockings, bodystockings, swimsuits and women's bras.

Torso

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In 1886 the name leotard was given to a one-piece skin-tight garment that covers the torso including the crotch, but not the legs or arms.

Crotch

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In 1886 the name leotard was given to a one-piece skin-tight garment that covers the torso including the crotch, but not the legs or arms.

Jules Léotard

The garment was named after French acrobatic performer Jules Léotard (1838–1870), many years after his death, who wore the garment in his acrobatic act.

Circus

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In the early 20th century, use of leotards was mainly confined to circus and acrobatic shows, but were also worn by professional dancers, such as the showgirls of Broadway.

Acrobatics

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In the early 20th century, use of leotards was mainly confined to circus and acrobatic shows, but were also worn by professional dancers, such as the showgirls of Broadway.

Showgirl

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In the early 20th century, use of leotards was mainly confined to circus and acrobatic shows, but were also worn by professional dancers, such as the showgirls of Broadway.

Broadway theatre

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In the early 20th century, use of leotards was mainly confined to circus and acrobatic shows, but were also worn by professional dancers, such as the showgirls of Broadway.