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Wild PVC Clothing

Updated on October 13, 2009

PVC, also known as Polyvinyl Chloride, is a super material with the power to make the wearer feel good. Not your ordinary, run of the mill, 'oh isn't this a nice sweater' good, but 'oh my, I could be a superhero' good. As you'll no doubt agree, the difference between the two is akin to the difference between tea with the ladies down at the crochet club and drinking ambrosia with the gods.

Transforming the mundane into the sublime, PVC clothing breathes life into alter egos hidden beneath the banal mask we've all spent lifetimes creating. It is of course, highly advantageous to appear normal when at a job interview, or when trying to get a bank loan, but please, do not live your entire life in the facade of 'normality' which you have created for yourself. It is a tool, not reality. The real you extends miles above and beyond what you appear to be.

No-one on the planet is 'normal.' Every single one of us dreams unique dreams. Some of the world's most interesting people dream of wearing tight, impermeable clothing shining brightly in the light. The clothing bolsters the image of who they really are, whether it be soft and gentle, or harsh and in control.

PVC highlights the beauty of the body. It holds it close, it contains it, it accents, highlights and cradles the flesh. Yet in spite of its intimacy, or perhaps, because of it, it remains very much a material on the fringe of fashion.

PVC Pants

PVC pants are made for men and women and range from the super tight to the 'so baggy you'll fall on your face if you don't watch where your feet are'. Be aware, if you wear tight PVC pants, your legs will not be breathing, so ensure that you can handle a few hours of sweat running down your thighs and calves.

PVC pants are quite easily worn out and about in public as a hip sort of fashion statement. A statement which makes it clear that you are edgy, with 'it' and also an excellent electrical insulator.

PVC Dresses

PVC dresses can be short, tight little affairs, or they can be long flowing gowns. PVC is perhaps better suited to dresses because there is more scope for breathing. If there isn't a large hole in PVC, then there is no aeration at all. However, if every step creates a whirling trail of air about the room, then you are much more likely to be comfortable inside your PVC creation

PVC Catsuits

For extreme PVC lovers, PVC catsuits are not for the faint of heart. Nothing goes unnoticed in a PVC catsuit, and there is no escape from the embrace of the plastic from top to toe. Are you ready for the joys and tribulations of a catsuit? It depends how serious your dedication to PVC (or being in a popular British girl band) is.


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      Hope Alexander 8 years ago

      I believe you powder them, roll them down like stockings and then ease your body in gently.

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      iwhcpanties 8 years ago

      I am not sure that I would wear something like that??!! Question; how do you get into the catsuits?

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      Philipo 8 years ago from Nigeria

      Very nice hub. Thanks.

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      Gunnau 8 years ago from Central Coast NSW Australia

      Fundamental as anything.

      Great album.

      Latex and PVC will definitely put the FUN back into Fundamentalism.

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      Hope Alexander 8 years ago

      Latex is technically rubber, whilst PVC is plastic. There are fundamental differences, damnit! Fundamental! :D

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      Gunnau 8 years ago from Central Coast NSW Australia

      PVC. The poor mans latex.

      It does have some power to it at that.

      PVC Hotpants and PVC Thigh High boots.

      I have a pair of PVC undies but still prefer the smoothness of latex against my skin.

      But that's just my choice.