Pull Your Socks Up!

Why only white, knee-length socks will do

Today, I’ve been reflecting on the power – and I can honestly say it is that strong – of seeing a grown woman in kneelength white socks.

I got slightly distracted by Molly’s Daily Kiss and her exploration of white cotton knickers, or the lack thereof.

Before we even get that far, I need to ask why a half covered leg encased in white fabric has such a powerful allure?

Rather like the people who commented on Molly’s blogpost – many of whom alluded to the schoolgirl connection with white cotton knickers – the white sock is redolent of that minefield that lies between innocence and womanhood. The juxtaposition of a fully mature woman in an outfit that deliberately evokes youth, inexperience and innocence with a hint of sexual awakening and perhaps a desire to explore, is what is at the heart of our fetish for schoolgirl apparel.

Ankle socks, for me, simply won’t do. For a start, they look sloppy and unattractive. Thigh-high socks – though deliciously sexy – convey an impression of trying and little too hard to be sexually provocative. The kneelength sock strikes just the right balance.

This is the first in a series of posts exploring our fetish for schoolgirl attire, behaviour and indeed role-play.

In a future post I want to discuss skirt type and length, then underwear and perhaps other accessories and appropriate hairstyles.

It would be great to hear what others feel on this subject. Leave me a comment below and let me know what you think.

Disclaimer: please understand that I am in no way condoning or advocating sexual relations with anyone under the age of consent. For me, as for others in the scene, our play must be safe, sane and consensual. Anything else is abuse and should be rightly condemned as criminal.

Author: maitreduchaton

Daddy/Sir to a beautiful kitten. She proudly wears my collar and I am honoured to be her Dom

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