Are you looking to spice up your wardrobe with something new…a bit sassy and flashy, but not trashy? Then I suggest you give peek-a-boo clothes a try. A great fashion option for you.

Peek-a-boo clothing is showy, yet maintains sophistication. Peek-a-boo clothing exposes areas of skin, but hides other portions of skin that one wishes to keep covered. Hence, the name peek-a-boo!


Peek-a-boo garments can expose the chest area, shoulders, back, midriff, etc. Some portion of the garment’s material will be absent, or open, thereby creating an image where the wearer shows a portion of skin that is usually hidden behind a full garment, much like a section of the fabric is missing.

Peek-a-boo: I see you!

Peek-A-Boo Fun Fact: Peek-a-boo is a game generally played with babies and small children. In the game, one player (often an adult) hides his or her face, either behind an object or behind their hands, and then pops back into the baby’s or child’s view, and says, “Peek-a-boo!”


When draped in peek-a-boo clothing…there is no hiding!



Peek-A-Boo Fashion Fun Fact: The trick with pulling off peek-a-boo clothing to perfection is to show just enough skin so as to entice and wet the visual appeal. Sensual, classy and stylish!


Musical Peek-A-Boo Fun Fact: “Peek-a-Boo” is a song by the English alternative rock band Siouxsie and the Banshees. The song was released in 1988 as the first single from the band’s ninth studio album Peepshow. The music paper Melody Maker described the song as a “brightly unexpected mixture of black steel and pop disturbance” and qualified its genre as “thirties hip hop.”

Let’s hop and bop to the peek-a-boo fashion beat. A real eye-popping clothing treat!

Peek-a-boo clothes! Flashy but not trashy!

Because peek-a-boo clothing tends to suggest a hint of playful sensuality, peek-a-boo clothes work well for evening wear, parties and elegant events. Punchy, playful and powerful!

Reveal snippets of the fabulous skin you’re in!


Note From Closet: Peek-a-boo clothing…I long to see you hanging behind my majestic doors.

Note to Self:  Peek-a-boo clothing…I will place you tenderly in my closet and remember when I wear you…the teasing clothing could cause a riot!

A fashion diva will take the chance and try it!



Would you dare to go out in public playing peek-a-boo? It depends on how much skin you’re showing and where it is you’re going!


Have some fashion fun when you swing and sway the peek-a-boo way!

“Be fashion brave…don’t hide your figure behind the clothes you wear.”

“But I prefer loose clothes that bring comfort…I don’t play fashion dare!”

“Then a peek-a-boo garment would be a perfect garment for you.”

“I don’t quite know what you think peek-a-boo clothing will do.”

“You’ll display a section of skin, while the areas you select stay hidden.”

“If I give it a try I might like it. I’ll become peek-a-boo fashion smitten.”

Peek-a-boo clothing: Pamper the glorious skin that you’re in…let the skin breathe!


Nancy Mangano is an American fashion journalist and author of the Natalie North murder mystery book series, A Passion for Prying and Murder Can Be Messy. Visit Nancy on her author website, Twitter @, her fashion magazine Strutting in Style! at, and her Facebook fan page Nancy Mangano









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Nancy Mangano resides in Orange County, CA. She has blended her love of detective work and style in her novels, A Passion for Prying and Murder Can Be Messy.
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