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Feeling USA offers wetlook clothes & lingerie line
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Jul '12
Feeling USA Lingerie has been selling wetlook clothes and lingerie for several years. These items were always popular, but recently there has been an increasing demand for these sleek and shiny fabrics and Feeling USA is proud to announce that they have extended the selection.

The new additions contain black wetlook combined with sexy lace, chemises, corsets, mini skirts with removable garters, dresses, leggings and wetlook stockings with lace top. The black lace combined with wetlook looks fabulous and gives the merchandise an elegant flair, which makes it more suitable for many occasions. Some of the more daring combinations are made of wetlook paired with sheer power mesh.

The range of new items also includes several fabulous club dresses. The absolute favorite is a black strapless zipper front dress with a contrasting center lace up back panel in red and a boned bodice. The color combination of black and red looks impressing and will turn heads. There are also 2 dresses with a matte finish and studded high collar as well as a dot mesh crew neckline.

In addition to the bestselling wetlook catsuit, Feeling USA now also carries a wetlook romper. These versatile skintight items are a big hit with customers, and are easily transformed into a sexy clubwear outfit by adding jewelry, a belt and fancy high heels. Feeling USA states that during Halloween they are flying of the shelves and with a few accessories converted into Halloween costumes such as cats, devils and many other costumes. Ever since the movie Catwomen played in 2004 many woman like to dress up like a catwoman to attend a costume party.

Wetlook is made of 80% nylon and 20% spandex, and very comfortable to wear. One of the sexiest sleek and clinging fabrics that hug every curve of a women's body.

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