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Is it possible to dress down latex clothes? I had a recent shopping trip and came back with a skirt, a pair of trousers and a dress as below:
http://www.libidex.com/html/cart/pro...=Girls+Dresses
item=Girls+Dresses
http://www.libidex.com/html/cart/pro...11&SID=1&pg=1&
item=Girls+Trousers%2FChaps
http://www.libidex.com/html/cart/pro...15&SID=1&pg=1&
item=Girls+Skirts
I love them but they are all far too 'dressy' to wear on an informal basis so I need to tone them down a bit. The skirt I think would work
with a white top / shirt / blouse and possibly the trousers too. The dress is harder to do and I was thinking of wearing something over either the top or the bottom of it so it wasnt too in your face. I am a little unsure though - any ideas? I would like to be able to wear them to the pub / out for informal evenings etc but they are somewhat formal as they are. (the skirt less so but definitely the trousers and especially the dress!). Am I stuck saving them all for 'special' one off occasions? Id love to get some more wear out of them but am conscious of being horribly overdressed! So in short - how do I make them less dressy? Im stuck!
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You can't. Just wear them in the bedroom instead.
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There is no possible way you could make that casual wear.
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No you didn't.

I don't think they look dressy at all. They look slutty. The trousers less so but still.
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Jesus Christ. I may not have any advice for dressing down those, but I will suggest investing in lots of talcum powder.
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Where could you possibly wear those that wasnt the bedroom? or some kind of fetish event.
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(Original post by ColaCat)
Is it possible to dress down latex clothes? I had a recent shopping trip and came back with a skirt, a pair of trousers and a dress as below:
http://www.libidex.com/html/cart/pro...=Girls+Dresses
item=Girls+Dresses
http://www.libidex.com/html/cart/pro...11&SID=1&pg=1&
item=Girls+Trousers%2FChaps
http://www.libidex.com/html/cart/pro...15&SID=1&pg=1&
item=Girls+Skirts
I love them but they are all far too 'dressy' to wear on an informal basis so I need to tone them down a bit. The skirt I think would work
with a white top / shirt / blouse and possibly the trousers too. The dress is harder to do and I was thinking of wearing something over either the top or the bottom of it so it wasnt too in your face. I am a little unsure though - any ideas? I would like to be able to wear them to the pub / out for informal evenings etc but they are somewhat formal as they are. (the skirt less so but definitely the trousers and especially the dress!). Am I stuck saving them all for 'special' one off occasions? Id love to get some more wear out of them but am conscious of being horribly overdressed! So in short - how do I make them less dressy? Im stuck!

Slut, Whore, failed porn star.... This is what OP deserved to be called

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Dunno but i'd love to see a pic of you wearing these.

Very sexy! You made my peener all hot and bothered just thinking about it.
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(Original post by ColaCat)
Is it possible to dress down latex clothes?
No, you can't. Strictly for clubbing, fetish events and photoshoots.
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It's not just for the bedroom/ fetish events. As long as you wear it well it will not be trashy. You've chosen trousers and a pencil skirt, so it's not as if you'll have loads of flesh hanging out. The people who have already commented are probably the type of people who will go on a night out in a pair of jeans. Blergh.

It's usually better to wear latex with latex, so you could invest in a latex top to wear with all of them. Though libidex make beautiful stuff, there are other sites where you can get things more cheaply if you just go for something simple. You could also try wearing your latex with silk/ chiffon/ lace fabrics. I'd say just steer clear of cotton.

The bottom line is WEAR them, for goodness sake. I wear my latex to the pub.

Oooh, also, make sure you know how to clean and store it properly! You wouldn't want all that money to go to waste when your latex starts prematurely rotting.
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I'd assume you were a troll, tbh, because that's nearly 500 quids worth of latex and if you're a student, that's like, half your loan gone.

If you're not trolling, then congrats on being super rich! I'd mix them with floaty pieces from the high street to break up the textures a bit, or failing that, just wear the hell out of them - why did you want to dress such glorious pieces down again? I quite happily go out in my PVC... a bit more hardwearing than latex though
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Wow ....Expensive!

I love the trousers and genuinely think you can make it work with a white top preferably lace.
The dress is lovely but I honestly can't see it being worn down the pub...the skirt also.

I prefer leather pieces myself. :p:
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(Original post by I<3LAMP)

I prefer leather pieces myself. :p:
Decent leather stuff ftw Hardwearing AND fun!
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Why does it say 0 posts on your username OP?
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You're seriously considering wearing that in public? :lolwut:
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How odd! I suppose I should have more than 0 posts!

Thanks for those that have replied. Some replies of course being more welcome than others. I am far from being a slut or whore (thanks) and the purpose of all this was to try to dress down what I had and so avoid conveying that impression!
Unfortunately I am far from rich and the stuff I have was bought in sales or off ebay; Theres no way I would have paid £200 for the dress! Though, I am beginning to realise that one probably is undressdownable!
The skirt I am hopeful for - I suppose you have to see it but it really is just a black skirt until you get really close up. The trousers I thought would be moderately safe given the whole latex/lame leggings thing. ]
Ultimately I suppose if you dress like a slut with everything on show and provocative clothes then thats what you will look like. I still rekon though that you can wear this sort of thing (or bits like it) and not be so in your face sexual.
Im not really talking wearing this kind of thing to a midweek pub night but more semi-dressy nice bars and things.....
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Ah - now ebay bargains are thoroughly approved of, congratulations!
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(Original post by doubledot)
Jesus Christ. I may not have any advice for dressing down those, but I will suggest investing in lots of talcum powder.
^Haha!

Don't wear heels with them...?
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The links wont work, but update with new pictures of the clothes and I'll see if I have any helpful advice since I enjoy working with bold fashions.
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