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11th Dec '17 9:37:34 AM Spindriver
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* Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, often considered a trope codifier for the UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau movement, produced [[http://www.muchafoundation.org/gallery/themes/theme/art-posters a large number of posters]] showing attractive women in flowing robes which quite often illustrate this principle. (They’re never fully nude, although there’s a very occasional flash of actual nipple.) These posters have become hugely popular, and are often the subject of {{Pastiche}} or AffectionateParody to this day.

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* Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, Creator/AlphonseMucha, often considered a trope codifier for the UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau movement, produced [[http://www.muchafoundation.org/gallery/themes/theme/art-posters a large number of posters]] showing attractive women in flowing robes which quite often illustrate this principle. (They’re never fully nude, although there’s a very occasional flash of actual nipple.) These posters have become hugely popular, and are often the subject of {{Pastiche}} or AffectionateParody to this day.
10th Dec '17 1:09:49 AM Spindriver
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* Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, often considered a trope codifier for the UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau movement, produced a large number of posters showing attractive women in flowing robes which quite often illustrate this principle. (They’re never fully nude, although there’s a very occasional flash of actual nipple.) These posters have become hugely popular, and are often the subject of {{Pastiche}} or AffectionateParody to this day.

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* Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, often considered a trope codifier for the UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau movement, produced [[http://www.muchafoundation.org/gallery/themes/theme/art-posters a large number of posters posters]] showing attractive women in flowing robes which quite often illustrate this principle. (They’re never fully nude, although there’s a very occasional flash of actual nipple.) These posters have become hugely popular, and are often the subject of {{Pastiche}} or AffectionateParody to this day.
10th Dec '17 12:50:46 AM Spindriver
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* In TheBBC's impressive library of music films, there is a late 1970's recording of Meatloaf and Karla de Vita performing “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” sometime around 1979, from the music show ''The Old Grey Whistle Test.'' This is an energetically acted song. What makes the clip especially mesmerizing is that Karla is performing in a filmy black top slashed to below the navel in front and open at both sides. She gets within millimetres of inadvertent exposure several times but, perhaps due to strategic tape, never quite gets there.

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* In TheBBC's impressive library of music films, there is a late 1970's recording of Meatloaf Music/MeatLoaf and Karla de Vita performing his “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” sometime around 1979, from the music show ''The Old Grey Whistle Test.'' This is an energetically acted song. What makes the clip especially mesmerizing is that Karla is performing in a filmy black top slashed to below the navel in front and open at both sides. She gets within millimetres of inadvertent exposure several times but, perhaps due to strategic tape, never quite gets there.
10th Dec '17 12:48:05 AM Spindriver
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* In TheBBC's impressive library of music films, there is a late 1970's recording of Meatloaf and Karla de Vita performing ''Paradise by the Dashboard Light'' sometime around 1979, from the music show ''The Old Grey Whistle Test.'' This is an energetically acted song. What makes the clip especially mesmerizing is that Karla is performing in a filmy black top slashed to below the navel in front and open at both sides. She gets within millimetres of inadvertent exposure several times but, perhaps due to strategic tape, never quite gets there.

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* In TheBBC's impressive library of music films, there is a late 1970's recording of Meatloaf and Karla de Vita performing ''Paradise “Paradise by the Dashboard Light'' Light” sometime around 1979, from the music show ''The Old Grey Whistle Test.'' This is an energetically acted song. What makes the clip especially mesmerizing is that Karla is performing in a filmy black top slashed to below the navel in front and open at both sides. She gets within millimetres of inadvertent exposure several times but, perhaps due to strategic tape, never quite gets there.
10th Dec '17 12:46:38 AM Spindriver
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* In TheBBC's impressive library of music films, there is a late 1970's recording of Meatloaf and Karla de Vita performing ''Paradise by the Dashboard Light'' sometime around 1979, from the music show ''TheOldGreyWhistleTest.'' This is an energetically acted song. What makes the clip especially mesmerizing is that Karla is performing in a filmy black top slashed to below the navel in front and open at both sides. She gets within millimetres of inadvertent exposure several times but, perhaps due to strategic tape, never quite gets there.

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* In TheBBC's impressive library of music films, there is a late 1970's recording of Meatloaf and Karla de Vita performing ''Paradise by the Dashboard Light'' sometime around 1979, from the music show ''TheOldGreyWhistleTest.''The Old Grey Whistle Test.'' This is an energetically acted song. What makes the clip especially mesmerizing is that Karla is performing in a filmy black top slashed to below the navel in front and open at both sides. She gets within millimetres of inadvertent exposure several times but, perhaps due to strategic tape, never quite gets there.
10th Dec '17 12:40:56 AM Spindriver
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* Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, often considered a trope codifier for the UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau movement, produced a large number of posters showing attractive women in flowing robes which quite often illustrate this principle. (They’re never fully nude, although there’s a very occasional flash of actual nipple.) These posters have become hugely popular, and are often the subject of pastiche or affectionate parody to this day.

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* Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, often considered a trope codifier for the UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau movement, produced a large number of posters showing attractive women in flowing robes which quite often illustrate this principle. (They’re never fully nude, although there’s a very occasional flash of actual nipple.) These posters have become hugely popular, and are often the subject of pastiche {{Pastiche}} or affectionate parody AffectionateParody to this day.
10th Dec '17 12:37:30 AM Spindriver
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* Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, often considered a trope codifier for the UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau movement, produced a large number of posters showing attractive women in flowing robes which quite often illustrate this principle. (They’re never fully nude.) These posters have become hugely popular, and are often the subject of pastiche or affectionate parody to this day.

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* Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, often considered a trope codifier for the UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau movement, produced a large number of posters showing attractive women in flowing robes which quite often illustrate this principle. (They’re never fully nude.nude, although there’s a very occasional flash of actual nipple.) These posters have become hugely popular, and are often the subject of pastiche or affectionate parody to this day.
10th Dec '17 12:34:37 AM Spindriver
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* In the [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons D&D]] 3.5 edition Player's Handbook, all of the female examples shown in the races chapter have clothing that looks almost exactly like the example pictured at the top of the page. Not to mention the Nymph in the Monster Manual, the Elemental Savant in Complete Arcane, for that matter just about any female character pictured in any D&D book.
** A noteable exception being the iconic 3.5 rogue, the halfling Lidda, who's typically fully clothed from her neck to her toes. On the other hand, that clothing tends to be skintight, so...

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* In the [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons D&D]] 3.5 edition Player's Handbook, all of the female examples shown in the races chapter have clothing that looks almost exactly like the example pictured at the top of the page. Not to mention the Nymph in the Monster Manual, the Elemental Savant in Complete Arcane, for that matter just about any female character pictured in any D&D book.
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book. A noteable notable exception being is the iconic 3.5 rogue, the halfling Lidda, who's typically fully clothed from her neck to her toes. On the other hand, that clothing tends to be skintight, so...


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* Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, often considered a trope codifier for the UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau movement, produced a large number of posters showing attractive women in flowing robes which quite often illustrate this principle. (They’re never fully nude.) These posters have become hugely popular, and are often the subject of pastiche or affectionate parody to this day.
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25th Oct '17 10:27:45 PM jamespolk
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[[caption-width-right:350:Ladies and gentlemen, Sherry Jackson]]


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* ''Film/{{Pharaoh}}'': MsFanservice Kama ensnares Crown Prince Ramses when she meets him in a temple wearing an outfit best described as bikini bottoms and a translucent gown. She's motivated, as she is a HoneyPot meant to get the new pharaoh to back the Phoenicians against the Assyrians.
1st Oct '17 2:05:23 PM Jeduthun
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ImpossiblyLowNeckline ("What's holding it ''up''?")[[note]]Glue and a prayer, double-sided tape, or enough boning that the damn thing would stand up on its own even without her in it.[[/note]], AbsoluteCleavage and {{Sideboob}} ("What's keeping those two strips in place?")[[note]]Glue and a prayer, double-sided tape.[[/note]], {{Underboobs}} ("That shirt should ride up!")[[note]]Glue and a prayer, double-sided tape -- sensing a theme here?[[/note]], and GodivaHair ("All she has to do is turn her head a ''little''...") [[note]]Glue and a prayer, posture and careful movement, lots of hairspray; and by the way, she's wearing a bodystocking, too.[[/note]] are common forms of this.

Compare WardrobeMalfunction.

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ImpossiblyLowNeckline ("What's holding it ''up''?")[[note]]Glue and a prayer, double-sided tape, or enough boning that the damn thing would stand up on its own even without her in it.[[/note]], AbsoluteCleavage and {{Sideboob}} ("What's keeping those two strips in place?")[[note]]Glue and a prayer, double-sided tape.[[/note]], {{Underboobs}} ("That shirt should ride up!")[[note]]Glue and a prayer, double-sided tape -- sensing a theme here?[[/note]], and GodivaHair ("All she has to do is turn her head a ''little''...") [[note]]Glue and a prayer, posture and careful movement, lots of hairspray; and by the way, she's wearing a bodystocking, too.[[/note]] are common forms of this.

this. Strongly overlaps with VaporWear, when it appears a costume doesn't include any undergarments.

Compare WardrobeMalfunction.
WardrobeMalfunction.
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