Rihanna wearing black lingerie, and a coat with a fur collar that’s draped over her head like a hood.
When I first saw these pics, I thought she was wearing a fur wrap draped over her head, or worse, an actual head scarf designed to be worn that way (like those hats that are really long on the sides). But when looking at them closely, I see she’s just wearing a coat. It’s an odd way to wear it, but hat it been what I first thought, I would have given it a rusty star for sure. I just don’t find such styles appealing. As it is, it’s okay, I guess.
I think her white fox coat outfit works better, since the coat is at least worn properly.
Janet Pilgrim as Playboy’s Miss December, wearing nothing but shoes, jewelry, and a white mink wrap.
Two anime girls, one wearing a white fur bikini top (and possibly bottom under the green wrap skirt), and the other wearing a skimpy Santa outfit.
I have no idea if this is just a drawing, or character from a series. Although looking at the blonde girl’s hip area too long makes me wonder if Linkara would have a little rant about the bad proportions and posing.
These are cute outfits, but still too much stuff slapped together to give a higher rating.
Fuck you but Kim Cattrall awakened me to the beauty of womanhood and for that I will be eternally grateful.
What? Did you miss me saying I like this scene? Heck, it still turned me on when I saw it and I was 8. So what was with the “fuck you” part? That I don’t consider it the best scene of this kind, even though I still clearly think it’s sexy?
That only means that I find some other scenes even better.
Syrenne of The Last Story wearing armor with a bikini top and a fur pelt draped from the waist.
I haven’t gotten far enough in the game to properly review it, but I’m enjoying it so far, and Syrenne is certainly one of the most fun characters.
If only the leggings weren’t there (which makes it look like a half-finished cowboy outfit), I would hold this up to Vanille’s outfit (one of the few things I genuinely like about Final Fantasy XIII).
Former adult film actress Jenna Haze in a denim miniskirt, pink satin bra, white boots, and a white rabbit fur jacket.
I like this outfit for the articles.
Cover outfit for the February 1990 issue of Playboy, which I honestly did get mainly for the hot women, but did also read the articles.
The model is wearing white lingerie and a white fox fur coat and hat.
It comes close to a Gold Star, but a few things don’t quite work for me. For one, while I don’t mind stockings, those with straps just look silly to me. I know there aren’t many ways to keep them up, but it just personally doesn’t say “this is hot” to me.
Not that I’m complaining about the rest of course.
Elisha Cuthbert posing for Maxim, wearing a white bikini and a brown fur-lined jacket.
She looks nice, although I’m not that familiar with her work.
It’s mainly because the jacket isn’t really that sexy to me. Again, she looks good, but the outfit is being rated, not her alone (although there can be some exceptions).
The showgirl boss in Parodius Da! (discussed more here), wearing a bejeweled bikini and white feathers on her hips and headdress.
This is based on a boss in the Gradius series, which is a huge crab-like monster that moves back and forth across the screen. It’s so big, that you can’t just fly around it. You have to move when it’s legs or arms move.
So this being a parody, they replaced it with something silly, and having to fly around a giant showgirl is pretty damn silly.
For some reason, the Famicom version changed the sprite (6th picture), even though it wasn’t imported to the US, where NoA’s censorship would have been the reason.
It was clearly meant to be more silly than sexy… although some might find this sexy anyway.
Blonde anime girl in a skimpy santa skirt and bikini top.
I don’t know if this is from an established series, or just a piece of original art. All I know is I’ll just pretend this girl is 18.
In addition to being just sexy enough that I’m hoping she’s a young woman (and why I’m not posting a picture of Asuka of Evangelion in a similar outfit), the dress is actually cute, with all the little puffballs and the boot and stockings.
Asian model wearing a black lace bra, black lace hose, and a white rabbit fur cape.
This is admittedly mostly because she only wears the fur in one shots, and merely poses with it in the other three (although the third pose is really nice).
Marilyn Monroe in an ermine bikni top, ermine trimmed shorts (or bikini bottom) with a gauze train (I think made of tule). Also the picture on the top left is larger than on the right, but the latter has better coloration.
Was waiting to pose the outfit that inspired this blog’s avatar, and since it’s my birthday, I figured this is as good a time as any.
This was worn for publicity for the film Love Happy, although as far as I saw, it wasn’t in the actual film (perhaps was a way to dodge the Hayes Office).
To me this is Marilyn’s sexiest outfit. About the only way to make it sexier would be if the train was also ermine.
Natasha Henstridge in the tv movie Widow on the Hill, wearing a light brown mink coat and black lingerie.
This movie is loosely based on the real life case of Donna Somerville, who was acquitted of the death of her husband despite some evidence of foul play (although she lost a civil suit a few years after this movie aired). I’m not commenting on the case any further, as I don’t want to seem like an armchair judge.
I’m not sure if this scene actually happened in real life. It might have been just an excuse to have Henstridge flash her bra and panties, and like that scene in Mannequin, I’m fine with that.
She does look good in this.
Kim Cattrall in Mannequin, wearing a brown fur coat and flashing the black lingerie underneath.
I really like this film. I think I either saw it in theaters or on video, but I enjoyed it, as silly as the premise is (an Egyptian woman time travels to the 80s, and turns into a mannequin when anyone other than Andrew McCarthy’s character is with her), and as silly as the movie is overall. But I still enjoy it.
The context of this scene is they are goofing around the store at night, and in the fur section they are pretending to be a rich couple, with the “wife” trying to get her husband’s attention. Of course given the way she does it, I’m willing to forgive a lot of logic questions that pop up.
Also, forget the sequel. It just has none of the fun of the first movie.
Marcia Cross still did the fur coat and lingerie flashing better, but this is still a really good example.
Fashion show in China(?) of models in various fur jackets and lingerie.
The black and white jacket is the best, but overall, these don’t look a elegant as they could be (once again, these are rated on style and sexiness).