Back to the 80’s with an original 35mm negative of Donna Ambrose (Danica Collins) sent over by Kevin. In this shot we still get to see Donna’s rather large chest but it’s more of a rear view showing off a sheer pair of panties which allows access to all areas! Not the best early shot of Donna I’ve seen, but it’s different. I also assumed it was a wig she was wearing, but apparently not thanks to member Debbie Jordan fan!
A couple of prints of a very attractive young lady modelling a pair of knickers that seem to offer access to all areas! I’d say they were crotchless panties, but these just seem to be more like bloomers than panties. Whatever you want to class them as the end result is the same, you get where you want to go quicker with someone wearing these 🙂
You can’t beat a good shot a of natural vintage French beauty in crotchless panties showing of her hairy pussy and low cut bra. As the title says access to all areas!
It’s amazing what you stumble across when researching a model for a totally different reason and then get side tracked! Three very upfront and revealing shots of Diane Grant who started life in glamour modelling in publications such as Spick, Span, Beautiful Britons and also modelled for Harrison Marks. Not quite what you would expect to see in those publications, but she obviously progressed as her career went on and opened up more (boom boom!).
These three diverse shots come from Naked Teenager in Color No.1 and I would suggest it was a magazine for the European market from the late 1960’s or early 70’s? Not only do we get to see Diane in various sheer outfits and sporting a very pink pair of crotchless panties, but we also see rather a lot of her pronounced labia in them! No censorship in these shots, hence the guess that they were for European consumption first! My favourite is the top shot where she’s lifting her sheer negligee to give us a full frontal flash, not that you wouldn’t see it all through that sheer material anyway!
Great seeing so much more of Diane, but aren’t crotchless panties with a stop sign on them a bit of an oxymoron?