Latex questions

Discussion in 'General fetish discussions' started by The Hyacinth Girl, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. The Hyacinth Girl

    The Hyacinth Girl New Member

    I've just happily purchased my first latex dress, a Lady Lucie strapless pencil dress: http://www.ladylucie.com/strap_dress.html

    I have two main questions:
    1) Is it impossible to wear any type of underwear under latex? How about 'invisible' no VPL seamless thongs? Of course I'm willing to go commando for the sake of the dress looking great, but I'd be interested to know if anyone out there has managed to wear underwear under their latex.

    2) I've read as many latex care articles as I can find, and the warnings about thorough cleaning and general extreme carefulness when wearing latex makes it seem rather daunting. For those of you who wear latex, have you found that your latex has lasted well? And are you meticulous in cleaning it and treating it perfectly?

    Thanks so much in advance for any replies.
     
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  2. dianamolloy

    dianamolloy New Member

    I always wear underwear always latex skirts but ngl, it does show though no vpl seamless undies are best.

    I clean it if it gets grubby but don't ever talc it.
     
  3. The Hyacinth Girl

    The Hyacinth Girl New Member

    Thanks for your reply. Do you say don't talc it because it tends to make things messy, or don't talc it because it harms the latex?
     
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  4. dianamolloy

    dianamolloy New Member

    I find it unnecessary and messy for no reason.
     
  5. sillylittlepet

    sillylittlepet Active Member

    totally unrelated:

    I'm SO jealous of that latex dress! I'm gaga for latex, but its too expensive for me to afford (its hard to justify buying a $100 dress, or a catsuit.). Plus my master says its a very situational material.
     
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  6. The Hyacinth Girl

    The Hyacinth Girl New Member

    Yes, latex clothing is extremely expensive, especially when it's not something you can wear every day. I got that dress because I always save up and buy something nice to wear for halloween. Usually it's a corset, but this year I thought I'd try something different. Because of the price though I'm desperate to keep it in good condition for as long as possible. There's so much contradictory advice floating around the internet though I'm really confused as to what the best way to care for it is.
     
  7. master jey

    master jey Moderator

    95£ not really expensive
     
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  8. sillylittlepet

    sillylittlepet Active Member

    that's over 100 US dollars, that a pretty expensive dress.

    lol jey you dont even buy dresses!
     
  9. £95 is a hell of a lot, especially when you are skint...
     
  10. master jey

    master jey Moderator

    Yes you are kinda right but I like spending on my clothing :)
    I don't know how bout dress but for pants or shirts it's not all that expensive (or prises here are higher then in your countries :) )
     
  11. sillylittlepet

    sillylittlepet Active Member

    Maybe if you're buying a pair of dolce & gabbana pants or a louis vuittan shirt they might be that expensive

    Its usually only designer clothes that are that expensive. That is, 100+ for a single item.

    Then again, designer clothes are generally made of high quality materials, last for longer, and look amazing. They're certainly a good investment!
    Latex just happens to be an expensive material and most people dont wear latex clothing in public. So you'd pay $100 for an outfit you wouldnt wear very often
     

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