Would you wear a dress that clearly shows a guy you're interested in him?
I introduce you to the most important invention in the history of the (dating) world: the transparent(ly obvious) dress. Okay, "history of the dating world" may be an exaggeration, but for women who have a hard time communicating their desire for a certain guy, well, now there's a dress that does the flirting for you. Surely at least a few of you randy ladies just stood up and cheered.
Created by fashion designer Anouk Wipprecht in collaboration with Dutch designers Studio Roosegaarde, the magic frock is embedded with sensors and "smart foils" that respond to the body's electricity when the pulse is elevated, becoming transparent when a woman is "in the mood for love." If the fella in question isn't quite doing it for you in the "turn on" arena, the dress stays opaque. Thanks to this invention, the art of politely turning down a man is no longer needed — the clothes make the woman, as the expression goes. 5 Must-Know Flirting Techniques That NO Man Can Resist
Apparently, this e-dress is so high-tech in its sensory ability, it only responds to sexual flustering, and not the usual fluster that comes with the stress of your roommate borrowing your favorite cashmere sweater and spilling red wine on it. I'd love to give it a try just to see if this dress really is that all-knowing; it might be fun to try to outsmart the damn thing.
On top of being a detector of your sexual desires, the dress looks like something out of a racy version of The Jetsons with its futuristic cut. The neckline plunges down as far as the waist and the entire back of the dress is open. Definitely quite a look — perhaps more of an "in private with your guy" kind of look than a date outfit? You be the judge.
If you'd like to get your hands on this little number, you color choices are black and white, and each one has to be custom-ordered through Studio Roosegaarde. It goes without saying that it'll set you back a pretty penny — but it's all in the name of love! Or, uh, horniness.
What do you think of this dress?