Other people’s clothes

Woman shopping for clothes in a charity shop

Hi guys! Now, since I started blogging I’ve had quite a few guys emailing me trying to get a female perspective on what still seems to be a male-dominated fetish, so I thought I’d offer my services as a kind of wetlook counsellor. Gabi did say I’d be good at it, after all… If you’d like my advice on a wet clothing-related issue, drop me an email and we’ll discuss it here! Don’t worry, I’ll keep everything strictly anonymous.

My first client is here already… let’s call him Tom, because that’s a name. After I posted about my adventure in someone else’s shower, Tom emailed me for a bit of advice:

Hi Hannah, so enjoyed your recent post! And I share your guilt at such thoughts and actions. I too have been at a friend’s house to feed the fish while she was away. I wore some of her clothes. I cross dressed! The thought of wearing her clothes played on my mind for days before that first visit. So it was hard to fight once I was actually there as I’m sure you can imagine! I slipped on a pair of her chinos and a blue shirt. And like you, before I could change my mind I hopped in the shower. It was so good! So naughty and dangerous!

The next day I did it again! Black trousers, blouse and rain jacket. Oh my!

The third day I had to be quick so no time for fun sadly.

Fourth day I wore a full trouser suit. Made sure it was machine washable! Oh my wow! and wow again.

That left a couple of days to make sure all was dry by the weekend and her return.

On a different day it may not have even occurred to me to do that. Or if it had I would have rejected the idea. In fact on a previous visit nothing like that had happened. I’d done the tasks needed and left. I guess it had been playing on my mind, the what if? Add that to feeling very excited that day I did wear her clothes and you have an explosive combination. It was a combination of me loving the feel of her clothes and imagining her wet in them and just feeling a bit wild. Though it sounds like the fetish made me lose control it didn’t. It just gave me the courage to do something a bit wild and naughty.

I found a bag she had labeled for charity shop. Most were her daughter’s clothes but I did find a couple of things of hers: a thin rain jacket. I know she hated it because of the pattern. a bit too girly for her. Also a pair of Chinos that I think were too big for her (perfect for me :)) A couple of tops and a couple of blouses. And a pair of wide legged trousers. So I kept those and took the rest to charity shop for her (which she thanked me for on her return. Saved her a job.) I’ve worn the chinos, blouse and rain jacket so far. had a nice long soak in a foamy bath. Mmmmm…

Was I bad to keep a couple of items of her clothing? I feel bad. Feel I may have crossed a line or something.

Love some advice

Oooh Tom. Well, there are two issues here. Firstly, is going into her wardrobe and taking out some of her clothes to wear in the shower a step too far? It’s certainly a bit beyond what I did, but the circumstances are quite different. In my case it was a quick opportunistic moment – Kim’s clothes were already on the drying rack, and if they hadn’t been there I certainly wouldn’t have gone through her wardrobe to find something to soak. But it also depends on your relationship with your friend (who I’m going to call Bailey for no real reason). You say that you were imagining Bailey getting wet in the clothes you wore, so I’m guessing you have a bit of a crush on her at the very least. From the tone of your email I’m quite sure that there was nothing sinister about your intentions, and I can totally understand the urge to fantasise about someone you’re attracted to getting their clothes all wet. As long as you treated her clothes respectfully and made sure they were all dried out properly and put back in their correct place with no incriminating evidence left behind, I’m inclined to say that no harm was done. Maybe don’t go rummaging in her wardrobe next time though…

As for the charity bag, I’d say fill your boots. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Once she’s decided to get rid of those clothes, they’re fair game as far as I’m concerned. One of my first wet experiences – which I really must get around to writing about soon – involved a bag of clothes for the charity shop, many of which never got there because I took them to wear in the bath. Those clothes are no longer Bailey’s, so I hope you’re enjoying getting wet in them and imagining her doing the same. You might consider making a donation to the charity concerned though, since you took some of their donations!

Anyway, those are my thoughts, hope they’re of some help to you. I’d love to hear what everyone else thinks about this… Please feel free to comment and share your opinion!

Hannah x

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