Fembot fashion.

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Fembot fashion.

Post by N6688 » Tue Apr 09, 2019 12:26 pm

So a couple of years ago i made a post on the discussion thread about what i thought fembots would wear in the future.
( http://www.fembotcentral.net/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=11982 )
Sadly all the images from that thread are gone but in short it was about fembots "dressed" like this:
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And recently i founds some interesting images of what i thought that it would be perfect (r.e. more functional and realistic) fembot wear.
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Apparently in Russia this counts as exercise clothing :lol:
I personally love it, it has this futuristic feel with the patterns shown in different fabrics and also has this light shine and hugs the body perfectly, like it's designed for that body.
It's something difrent (and less labor/maintenance intense) than just another latex catsuit.

But talking about catsuits........:
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These things have been popping up for some time now.
They seem to be realy popular in slav countries because i found a fuck ton more images with many other women wearing these things in pretty much every colour imaginable.
I don't know what the brand is but it seem to be available in a catsuit and a dress(like) version.

Have you guys encountered other clothing that made you think:
"Yep, that would be a factory issue outfit on a fembot in the future."
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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by Robotman » Tue Apr 09, 2019 1:22 pm

I imagine fembot fashion would consist of skin-tight, shiny, one-piece "catsuit" style bodysuits too. A fembot needs to show off that body, and be aerodynamically sound. ;)

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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by Stephaniebot » Wed Apr 10, 2019 3:01 am

Robotman wrote:I imagine fembot fashion would consist of skin-tight, shiny, one-piece "catsuit" style bodysuits too.
Would seem to be a very practical option, in truth. Not only does it provide the sleek robot look, it would also act as a protective layer, for all the electronics hidden underneath. I'm not enough of an expert to know whether the spandex type dancer full bodysuits would be shiny enough, but the fake leather 'plu' stuff would be shiny enough for sure, smooth enough for effect, and cheaper than real leather, especially if its getting torn/damaged at all.
Saw a picture of a 'fake leather' dress yesterday that's on sale near here, which would be perfect as a robot body, but at my age, I'd need a mask to match lol! :lol:
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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by Corey Fantoccini » Wed Apr 10, 2019 4:07 am

For that matter, this ad campaign for the new season of Freeform's "PRETTY LITTLE LIARS" series, while obviously meant to depict party masques, has the inadvertent effect of making the cast look like damaged bots. Seeing these billboards all over L.A. causes just a little frisson...

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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by N6688 » Wed Apr 10, 2019 11:20 am

Stephaniebot wrote:
Robotman wrote:I imagine fembot fashion would consist of skin-tight, shiny, one-piece "catsuit" style bodysuits too.
Would seem to be a very practical option, in truth. Not only does it provide the sleek robot look, it would also act as a protective layer, for all the electronics hidden underneath.
Also because the outfit would be light and skin tight it would also reduce the size and weight of the crate she will be put in for transport. :wink:
#SAVINGS
Corey Fantoccini wrote:For that matter, this ad campaign for the new season of Freeform's "PRETTY LITTLE LIARS" series, while obviously meant to depict party masques, has the inadvertent effect of making the cast look like damaged bots. Seeing these billboards all over L.A. causes just a little frisson...

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Yeah i saw that ad online as well.
Was a bit dissapointed when i clicked "enlarge image" :lol:

Sometimes i do wish that there was a company out there that would cater more to the needs of the people that have our little kink.
I mean i know our thing isn't as big like bdsm or other well known kinks but god damn is it so hard for some company to come up with some fembot (or android) themed toys and/or merch?

Like maybe custom made outfits that you could design on the company's website.
like you start with a basic template and you just ad options like collors, paterns and import a custom logo or two to it.
Maybe selling some mock panels or remote controls.
Custom collars that you could connect to smartphones/tablets via bluetooth or wire with a mock interface program.

That sorta thing.

(sigh)..........
Maybe we are bit of a niche thing tough compared to other fetishes.
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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by Stephaniebot » Wed Apr 10, 2019 12:58 pm

N6688 wrote:
Stephaniebot wrote:
Robotman wrote:I imagine fembot fashion would consist of skin-tight, shiny, one-piece "catsuit" style bodysuits too.
Would seem to be a very practical option, in truth. Not only does it provide the sleek robot look, it would also act as a protective layer, for all the electronics hidden underneath.
Also because the outfit would be light and skin tight it would also reduce the size and weight of the crate she will be put in for transport. :wink:
#SAVINGS
Just pay my air fare, darling, probably cheaper! :lol: :wink:
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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by fembot_stalker » Tue Apr 16, 2019 4:36 pm

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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by N6688 » Tue Jul 28, 2020 1:28 pm

Just stumbled onto this if someone is interested.
https://www.whatwears.com/collections/y ... n-jumpsuit
And it's pretty cheap as well, only 25 bucks.

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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by Miss Pris » Mon Aug 24, 2020 3:58 pm

N6688 wrote: Wed Apr 10, 2019 11:20 am
Sometimes i do wish that there was a company out there that would cater more to the needs of the people that have our little kink.
I mean i know our thing isn't as big like bdsm or other well known kinks but god damn is it so hard for some company to come up with some fembot (or android) themed toys and/or merch?

Like maybe custom made outfits that you could design on the company's website.
like you start with a basic template and you just ad options like collors, paterns and import a custom logo or two to it.
Maybe selling some mock panels or remote controls.
Custom collars that you could connect to smartphones/tablets via bluetooth or wire with a mock interface program.
Sounds like a business idea, N6688. Get to it - I'd buy some!
(You can do this with t-shirts and hoodies, so why not other clothing, like catsuits? In all seriousness - you should look into the feasibility of it for an online business. You have the idea, and if you offer more than just fembot innards and outers images, you'll get lots of people from outside asfr. The furries are a big market - offer tiger stripes and timber wolf colored catsuits, and things like, too, and have a way for people to do custom designs, like you mentioned. I bet it would be successful.)

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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by Deep Blue » Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:56 am

Simple suits maybe attractive.

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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by CaptainStorytime » Wed Sep 16, 2020 11:21 pm

I don't think "Fembot Fashion" would look like any one thing, and certainly no one can predict what fashion is going to look like next season much less next decade. But I think we could probably make some inferences about what the industry of fembot clothing might look like.

Assuming we're talking about non-emancipated androids that are owned... Fembots are going to dress however their owners decide to dress them. People/companies would own fembots/gynoids for all sorts of reasons. Even if we're just talking about retail fembot owners who want their companions to dress sexy, that's going to look like something different for everyone. Some owners might want their fembots to walk around completely nude or in lingerie. Others might prefer tights, skirts, and turtlenecks. One thing is for sure: I think there's going to be a lot of demand for fembot clothing that fits the male gaze.

How often have you wanted your girlfriend to wear that one sweater or that particular pair of panties that you like? If you actually gave men control over the way their partner's dressed, and their partner's were game for anything you'd probably see some pretty out there stuff. If a guy's thing is lacy bras he going to buy lacy bras in ten different colors for his fembot. If he likes fishnets, or leather, or stripper boots he's going to keep buying until watching his doll try on those clothes stops giving him dopamine. I mean, just think about how thirsty men are for cos-players. Your wife won't dress up as Cammy from Street Fighter, but your robot will do it without hesitation. Picture tax here: https://cdn.worldcosplay.net/628290/bff ... re-740.jpg Cosplay kits for fembots would, by itself, become a billion dollar industry overnight. The advent of Fembots would allow textile manufacturers to mass market women's clothing to men and directly cash in on the human sex drive in way very few products actually can.

And I think what you might start to see is that Fembot manufacturers would probably offer premier OEM clothing. Clothing with functional openings for access ports or maintenance surfaces. Clothing that is specifically tailored to the factory measurements of your robot. This industry would be an absolute goldrush with the winners being whoever could figure out how to best manufacture semi-bespoke and tailored clothing quickly and cheaply.

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Re: Fembot fashion.

Post by WinterRose » Tue Oct 06, 2020 1:57 pm

I'd certainly recommend what Eve Edison was wearing in the early 90's in Mann & Machine as Fembot fashion.
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