Fetish for costumes?

For kinky costume wearers!

Role play is a core part of BDSM and fetish for a lot of people, and what is role play without costumes? While you could think of the kind of fetish wear people often wear out to clubs and parties as a 'costume', that's not usually what people mean by the term; they're generally referring to a schoolgirl, secretary, pet play or other overtly fetishised outfit designed to help the wearer embody a particular role that is not quite their usual selves. Dressing up like this is a lot of fun, and can really help people get into the headspaces they're looking to explore.

Why do people wear kinky costumes?

A lot of kink and fetish play is about getting into the right headspace. A good way to prepare and set the scene for some kinky fun is to get dressed up! Sliding into latex or becoming a French maid, it takes you out of your usual mind set and gets you ready for sexy fun.

What are the best kinky homemade costumes?

Not many people have a little rubber dress hanging around or a gimp suit, but that doesn’t mean you can’t join in the dress up and cosplay fun. A plain skirt and white shirt with a tie makes a school girl outfit and pull on a suit to be a teacher, Boss or business man. An apron or overall makes you the cleaner and a pretty dress of any kind can make you prom queen. You don’t need to spend a fortune to role play.

Do you need a costume to role play?

Not necessarily, after all being naked can work for all kinds of role play fun. However, some role play is more fun with costumes and props. Playing doctor for example has more gravitas when you have a white coat. A cheerleader might not need pom poms but they certainly add to the experience. If you want to role play but don’t want to spend a fortune, pick key components from the role you want to take on and invest in just those.

Are costumes just for Halloween?

Not at all, dressing up to have fun in and out of the bedroom is good all year round. Maybe you want to dress up to go to an event or to get into character when you visit your local BDSM dungeon. Costumes can be used any time of the year and they don’t have to be scary.

Threads and discussions that include: Costumes


    A real kinkster takes the opportunity of the carnival season to show off his touch of naughtiness. 😈 Rope bunny, cop with handcuffs, naughty wizard... Share with us some ideas for kinky costumes ...
  • Un(e) vrai(e) fétichiste profite de la saison du carnaval pour montrer sa touche de coquinerie. 😈 Lapin attaché, flic avec des menottes, sorciere coquine... Partage avec nous quelques idées de dé ...
  • One of the best things about the BDSM lifestyle is the clothing and the costumes.As Star Wars was my favourite film I asked my girlfriend if she would dress up as Princess Leia she said that was great ...
  • Members looking for: Costumes

    Similar to Costumes

    Sexual role play is a staple of pornography, but all kinds of folks love it out here in the real world too. Plenty of people find that certain things are sexier in imagination than they are in reality; non-consent fantasies are a classic example of this. Other role play ideas are fantasies involving certain stereotyped roles (police officers, schoolgirls, hot mysterious strangers). With role playing games, or RPG, you can explore these things in safety and in comfort, alongside someone who in reality you already know and trust.
    Uniform play is a staple of the world of kink. There's something liberating about being able to take on a role and slip into a persona, particularly one that has been the subject of many of your fantasies. Police officers, schoolgirls and French maids are the staples of the genre - though there are, of course, hundreds of potential scenarios for you to explore! Uniformed play often crosses over into other kinks and fetishes. Teacher/student might have a heavy element of caning, for example, while Nurse/patient often incorporates things generally associated with medical play. Whatever you're into, don't be afraid to experiment - exploration makes the world go round, after all.
    Cosplay is playing dress up with a purpose. It’s not just a generic costume, it’s a representation of a character from a book or a movie. When you dress up as a character who is a different gender to you, this is known as crossplay! Get it? A Mixture of Crossdressing and cosplay. It is something that is growing in popularity and although it can be a perfectly vanilla pastime it can have a wonderfully kinky twist too, when the crossplay is not just for a convention but for sexual role play too. It’s fun to play around with who gets to be the superhero sometimes!