What do you miss in a PVC or Latex Version?

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marcus_germany
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What do you miss in a PVC or Latex Version?

Post by marcus_germany » May 24th, 2017, 9:47 pm

Fortunately, a lot of clothing and other accessories are available in PVC or Latex today. But, are there any things you still miss in a latex / pvc version? Things that are not yet available but should be available in pvc/latex? Maybe a cklothing accessoire or anything other?
PVC is sexy.

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Re: What do you miss in a PVC or Latex Version?

Post by HeatherluvsPVC » July 16th, 2017, 3:40 pm

Most things, fortunately, are available in PVC and/or latex versions but unfortunately not available in the high street so if one of the major chains i.e M&S, Topshop. PriMark etc. got their act together and stocked more coats, jackets and maybe the odd skirt or pair of trousers in wonderful shiny PVC and/or latex then these wonderful and practical materials would have a chance of becoming mainstream and not just something seen to be for those of us who are lucky enough to enjoy, somewhat discreetly, the joys of rainwear.

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Re: What do you miss in a PVC or Latex Version?

Post by marcus_germany » July 17th, 2017, 6:07 pm

Yes, i think the brands should hire some proms like katy perry, lady gaga and other persons that are seen as "IN" by the masses and make commercial ads and campaigns for pvc rainwear. Than there might be a chance to get this fashion back as a trend for the high street
PVC is sexy.

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