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    As the title suggests, this is what I fancy wearing to my university rocksoc ball. Because it's a society ball I feel as though I might be able to push the boundaries a little.

    It's an above-knee black latex pencil dress, which I'm planning on dressing up with nice accessories.

    Has anyone else worn anything different to the usual satin cocktail dress to a ball?
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    Rocksoc ball = everybody getting drunk in slighly fancier clothing than usual, at least at my university. Go for it, wipe-clean formal attire sounds like the perfect combination for such an event . But bear in mind that you will get ridiculously hot if it's summer/very crowded!
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    I had a similar quandry not so long ago with a latex skirt that I was a bit nervous about (but absolutely love). In the end I was really happy that it was a bit of a non event and it got virtually no attention at all. Maybe with so much latex etc in the media its not even really 'edgy' anymore? who knows - but I would say if its a nice dress then do it. Whatever its made of - a nice dress is still a nice dress.
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    I can't think of what a latex dress looks like, all I can imagine is a woman in a giant condom...
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    (Original post by jimcatinnes)
    I can't think of what a latex dress looks like, all I can imagine is a woman in a giant condom...
    Have you been on the internet very long? :confused: Surely you've come across fetish websites?
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    (Original post by jimcatinnes)
    I can't think of what a latex dress looks like, all I can imagine is a woman in a giant condom...
    Hahaha, excellent. Luckily latex clothing looks and smells a lot nicer than condoms.
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    (Original post by ColaCat)
    I had a similar quandry not so long ago with a latex skirt that I was a bit nervous about (but absolutely love). In the end I was really happy that it was a bit of a non event and it got virtually no attention at all. Maybe with so much latex etc in the media its not even really 'edgy' anymore? who knows - but I would say if its a nice dress then do it. Whatever its made of - a nice dress is still a nice dress.
    Thanks for the help :]

    I think you're right. With celebrities in latex and the whole 'wet-look' trend going on at the moment it probably won't end up being that remarkable.
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    That sounds so hot you have no idea :sexface:
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    I, for one, would like to see a pic...just to make sure it looks good
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    Yes please.
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    (Original post by simon1992)
    I, for one, would like to see a pic...just to make sure it looks good
    I concur, we need pics.
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    That sounds fine for rocksoc. I know people who would wear something similar on a standard night, anyway.
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    Go for it, it's fine. It doesn't matter what others wear as long as you're happy with it yourself. Being in a rocksock you shouldn't even need to ask
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    Can we see a pic?
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    You sound like you have the confidence to pull it off! Go for it!!!
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    I think it would be hot . i was at a club in london last week, and i saw a girl in leather trousers! which was off course hot. i would go for it !
 
 
 
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