March 31, 2018
In current Japanese art, one frequently sees the garter belt reimagined as a skirt accessory worn on the outside, or as a ribbon extending from the skirt. The problem is that only an elastic substance could possibly work in such a way, that leather is not elastic, and that boots do not fall down the leg in the same way nylon hose or socks do. Possibly this is a picture from a universe where leather can be knitted.
Posted by: Suburbanbanshee at Sat Mar 31 17:59:11 2018 (h8yX6)
In that case, the elasticity would be all in the wool sock, and it could work. But it might be hard on the sock, unless it were knitted with reinforced holes for the buckle tongue to go through.
Posted by: Suburbanbanshee at Sat Mar 31 18:04:16 2018 (h8yX6)
How are they fastened without tripping her?
What the hell?
Posted by: Wonderduck at Sat Mar 31 19:22:43 2018 (h8yX6)
Posted by: J Greely at Sat Mar 31 22:28:05 2018 (h8yX6)
Posted by: Mauser at Sat Mar 31 23:17:18 2018 (h8yX6)
Posted by: Clayton Barnett at Sun Apr 1 10:35:43 2018 (h8yX6)
And SuburbanBanshee, we're not talking about the garters. Look at the bottom of her skirt and notice that the left and right halves have what look like matching buckles. Although no fastening mechanism is evident, and the skirt doesn't have lose material to be taken up if you draw the front closed...
I can also understand why you didn't notice.
Posted by: David at Mon Apr 2 11:12:37 2018 (h8yX6)
Posted by: Rick C at Mon Apr 2 11:28:35 2018 (h8yX6)
Posted by: J Greely at Mon Apr 2 14:26:56 2018 (h8yX6)
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