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Basic Trope: Using fur garments as a way to cover up nudity.

  • Straight: Alice drives over to Bob's house for a date, and decides to wear nothing but some pumps and the chinchilla coat he gave her for her birthday.
  • Exaggerated: Alice's wardrobe is almost nothing but furs.
  • Downplayed: Alice likes to wear her fur over some lingerie, and often a slip nightgown more than just a bra and panties.
  • Justified: An accident causes most of the clothes in Alice's closet to be splashed with red wine. Her full length chinchilla was the only body covering item not stained, so she wears that as she takes the rest to the dry cleaners.
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  • Inverted: Alice wears a wool coat to cover up that she's wearing a fur under it.
  • Subverted: Alice says she's not wearing anything under her fur, but it turns out she's wearing a cocktail dress.
  • Double Subverted: And with a few tugs at the shoulder straps, the cocktail dress falls to the ground.
  • Parodied: It turns out that wearing any other clothing under her furs is against Alice's beliefs.
  • Zig Zagged: ???
  • Averted: Alice wears a wool skirt and a sweater under her fur, as it is the chilliest part of winter.
  • Enforced: Alice's actress has a no nudity clause, so having her wear something over her naked body is a compromise.
  • Lampshaded: ???
  • Invoked: Bob is Alice's sugar daddy, and every time her buys her a fur, he insists that she try it on naked.
  • Exploited: Bob challenges Alice to strip poker, knowing she'd be just one lost hand away from full defeat.
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  • Defied: Alice has a rolled up dress and set of bra and panties in the pockets of her furs, just in case she might find herself forced to wear nothing else.
  • Discussed: ???
  • Conversed: "If this happened to a Princess, would she be wearing an ermine coat?"
  • Implied: We see a generous amount of cleavage though the open part of Alice's fur. This could mean she has a low cut dress, or that there's no dress at all.
  • Played For Laughs: Bob hypnotizes Alice, and while under a trance she takes off everything above the waist other than her white rabbit jacket, and she's given a post hypnotic suggestion to think she's not topless under her fur.
  • Played For Drama: It's shown as a degrading thing for Alice to do when Bob demands it, but he's too rich and powerful for her to just leave him.
  • Played For Horror: Alice is a succubus, and she dresses like this when she's about to have fatal sex with one of her victims (though, due to the nature of these tropes, that doesn't diminish the Fanservice aspect).

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