Securing in Clothing
This page is about making overalls and similar garments so, that the wearer
can't remove them without one or more keys, unless (s)he destroys the garment, or
at least needs some tools and time to get free.
Where possible extra attention is payed to making the bondage inconspicuous,
so that it can be worn in public without immediately drawing attention.
The emphasis here is on clothes that in some way envelop your torso, so that you
are really surrounded by it:
- One-piece garments, (like jumpsuits, coveralls, catsuits, blanket sleepers,
bodies, bodysuits etc)
are usually pretty easy to secure, because they most often have only one zipper or
row of buttons, which need to be undone to get out. Tips on how to secure that
are found in the waist fastening section.
- Overalls, shortalls, skortalls etc, often have more ways of getting out, but
on the other hand, the straps add to the bondage feeling.
You typically have to prevent sliding straps
off the shoulder, lengthening
of the straps until they're long enough to slide offf the shoulders, and of course opening the fastenings (buckles/hooks etc.).
Next to that you can also secure the waist fastening.
- Jumpers, skirtalls, pinafores etc. are still less confining, but a number of
techniques for overalls can also be applied to them. There are also a few tips
specific to skirted clothes.
Overalls and similar clothes offer some nice possibilities to add some
More clothes and the like are mentioned in the section
, and tips for finding suitable clothes
you can find on my selecting confining clothes
Most of my padlocks
Many of the tips above use padlocks, so it helps to have a collection of them in
different sizes. A nice thing about padlocks is, that you can close them without having
the key, so they can be used for self-bondage, or locking yourself in until your
partner arrives with the keys.
You can use alternatives though, like tie-wraps, or sewing that has to be cut to
get out again.
Be aware that you might not need to secure all fastenings with locks: superfluous
ones you can close 'permanently', by which I mean you need tools or scissors to open
them. Example: overalls with side buttons on both sides rarely need to unbuttoned on
both sides, so you can just close one side permanently (e.g. by sewing).
On the other hand, if you don't need any fastenings to get in or out of the clothing,
you're probably better off trying to find a closer fitting ones, or start altering
them to add restraint artificially.