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Wearing latex
« on: August 19, 2020, 05:17:23 PM »
I must admit I don't know anything about latex. Until now I have never wearing latex (although I never say never) but I saw a video in youtube and now I have a doubt. It is really so difficult wearing latex?  :o

In the video kim appears needing help getting dressed in latex. So it raises a doubt for me.  ;D

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Re: Wearing latex
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2020, 10:53:54 PM »
To be honest it's not nearly that difficult to wear ordinarĂ½ latex.

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Re: Wearing latex
« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2020, 08:29:12 PM »
Kardashians can seemingly make drama out of anything  ;D

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Re: Wearing latex
« Reply #3 on: September 06, 2020, 12:00:02 AM »
Hugs, Gaby

In my opinion, you can wear latex for two purposes: To look good and to feel good. One doesn't prohibit the other though.

To look good, you'd wear 'clean' latex and gloss up yourself (or your partner will do so) to be as shiny as possible. Then you'd enjoy the evening in town knowing you're stunning and hopefully git a kick out of that. By the way, you'll reveal any wrincle on your body - which can be sexy or make you feel exposed. Which of course again can be sexy :)
In my opinion one major downside about 'clean' latex is you need to be careful to clean it, dry it and powder it after use as 'clean' latex has a tendency to glue together making it very difficult to reopen to wear it again.

To feel good, I suggest you look at chlorinated latex. This is simply 'clean' latex subjected to free chloride and the chlor connects to active ends of the latex - those active ends, that makes your clothes glue up if not powdered. Chlorinated latex is more silky and is easy ro put on. The main advantage is seen when you're done wearing it - as you simply wash your clothes in water and hang it to dry. It doesn't glue up at all. One downside may be that it doesn't gloss up as well as 'clean' latex. Still the sensations are excuisite. And the clothes doesn't look bad - it's just not as shiny as non-chlorinated latex.

Then people are different in many ways! Some likes latex to be really tight - giving a descent squeeze when wearing. Others perfer the soft, slippery sensations - so more loose (yet tight) latex might be right. And others enjoys wearing ordinary clothes made of latex. I do suggest you to have a peek at Latex Fashion TV on youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/LatexFashionTV. One suggestion could be https://youtu.be/r3ONJyXwHug showing some nice dresses, that are not obviously kinky.

Well - where do I want to go with all this? Just trying to say that latex is a lot of things - almost any choice will have some good things and some bad. And there's really no right or wrong way. Wear latex as you please and in the sourroundings you prefer.

Actually - I did wear a latex tshirt at some hot Berlin event - and really enjoyed the slippery sensation (latex and sweath). There was one comment about fat people (from a child, I guess). And as I'm too fat, that comment was fully appropriate. Well - it might not have been for me, but I was kind of attentive :)

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Re: Wearing latex
« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2020, 07:05:15 PM »
Kardashians can seemingly make drama out of anything  ;D

yes, you're right  ;D

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Re: Wearing latex
« Reply #5 on: November 26, 2020, 07:37:20 PM »
Hugs, Gaby

In my opinion, you can wear latex for two purposes: To look good and to feel good. One doesn't prohibit the other though.


Hi TeaSer. Thank you for all the information. It was very illustrative. I had always thought that all latex clothes always stick together but I see that I was wrong. However I still think it must be something delicate and prone to break (maybe I am also wrong about this).

Thanks for the links, latex fashion is very striking.   ;)

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Re: Wearing latex
« Reply #6 on: November 28, 2020, 12:43:22 AM »
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However I still think it must be something delicate and prone to break (maybe I am also wrong about this).

Hi again, Gaby.

No you're not wrong about this one. But then...

You risk latex gluing together if not treated right as I described in the previous answer. And you risk it being torn if treated with sharp things. At the same time it's a very forgiving material - you can cut it if you want to change the shape a bit - have larger openings if e.g. the arm-opening cuts you.

My own disaster with latex was a kind of wrestlers-suit - legs and some kind of suspenders. I got it and was trying it on. But as I do like latex to be pretty tight, I might have ordered it too small, so it was pretty tight at the crotch. And at the crotch I have a piercing with some small cylinder to close the piercing-ring. I do like the sensations this cylinder gives when I lay down - but apparently the edges was too sharp for the latex - and before I really started to enjoy the suit, it got torn from the crotch and up.

The same will be the case with long nails if you're not carefull when pulling e.g. stockings or leggins in place. You may harm the latex and holes doesn't restrain themselves like holes in a cotton shirt.

On the other hand - wearing some very tight clothing will be more of a problem to you than to the latex! As long as it's not tight over something that can 'cut' the latex it's really strong.

The same goes for external cutters - if you wear a latex-dress in a wood, there's a fair chance some branch will break the latex. And this chance is bigger if the dress is very tight (stretched).

Then - if you do ruin one item, don't just dispose it. Maybe you can cut the ruined part off (could be shortening the dress)
Or you can practise repairing latex - like you would repair a hole in a biketube: Use some rubberglue (vulcanizing bike tube glue) and add some pad to seal the tear. You will most likely get the pad from some more torn suit :) Of course this won't be as pretty as a new suit, but this may not be a problem to you if you wear 'regular' clothes on top. I did succesfully repair a broken seam in a latex-skirt this way - the result was strong enough, but sure I need some more experience to make it look good :)

The avatar is me wearing a latex tshirt. As this tshirt broke (after several years) I bought a mini-dress as I wanted the shirt to be longer. And as I do prefer wearing latex as underwear, I did have problems getting something with an open neck-opening (not showing under a shirt). But eventually I found one and have been wearing this as underwear at work for several weeks. No tear there - not even when folding the skirt between my legs and adding jeans.

Well - I really urge you to get yourself some items fitting your body and your finances. Then go figure out if you like it or not. The dress I bought is https://www.latex-couture.com/product-page/latex-tank-dress

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Re: Wearing latex
« Reply #7 on: December 05, 2020, 07:16:42 PM »

Well - I really urge you to get yourself some items fitting your body and your finances. Then go figure out if you like it or not. The dress I bought is

Nice tight dress. It must feel good to be so adjusted to the body  ;)

 

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