Both Pookes and I have been over to the EA Glamour Store, where one of the free gifts available is a pareo, a naturist staple. Even for established naturist women (and some men) the trip from the towel or sun bed to the bar/ice cream stall will involve throwing on a pareo. I’m not quite sure why, I don’t do it on the beach itself, but will throw a pareo around my lower half for the trip from the apartment to the beach, and I’ve never rationalised it. I do like my early morning beach walks before the rest of the family is up, and I do put on a pareo for the 200m from our usual apartment to the shore. After that, it comes off and I walk with it draped over my shoulder or scrunched up in my hand.
Which is odd, now I think of it, as at 7am I’m less likely to be seen by anyone for that 200m walk, than I might be later in the day, when I probably wouldn’t even bother with one.
Anyone got any theories as to why this is? Convention we all subscribe to?
I’ve got numerous colourful pareos that go on holiday, and I’ll add to them if I see one I like. Occasionally, I wear it wrapped at my cleavage (often when cooking, it offers scant protection from splashing boiling water or olive oil when cooking pasta or whatever, but I feel I should protect my more sensitive parts -Jim does the same when he’s on kitchen duties- from boiling water or oil) but it would come off again to eat on the balcony. Now that I’ve thought about it, there’s probably no need to use it at all, but it has just become ‘a thing’, in all circumstances.
In which case, why are all of us naturist ladies bothering? Maybe just go nude from dawn until dusk?
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As with all things nude it comes down to a matter of personal choice. However, personally I’m not a fan of nudist wearing them (pareo). Many of the women at our resort have started wearing them, why ?? It’s a nude resort, be nude !!!. I spend a lot of time and attention on my vulva so it looks nicely presentable and have no intention of covering it. Yes many will look there, don’t we all ?? I suppose it’s those long stares that motivate some.