Many of us have admired these sexy outfits on others or seen them in films- they have become extremely popular as of late, and can even be seen in popular Hollywood productions and on high fashion runways.
For those of us who are not in the know, however, it might be hard to figure out what exactly a PVC suit is. We want to make PVC suits available to everyone, so we’re happy to share a bit of information about what they are and how to wear them.
First off, PVC is not actually PVC. The acronym stands for polyurethane coated spandex, which describes the fabric that makes these sexy suits so shiny and intriguing. It is made by coating spandex material with a special polyurethane film. The final effect can be either a glossy or matte finish, creating many choices when it comes to PVC clothing and styles.
This type of finished product hugs absolutely every curve of the body, leaving little to the imagination.
PVC is not actually made of rubber like latex, meaning it will not cause any skin allergies or unwanted reactions. On the contrary, wearing PVC in the form of a catsuit, mini skirt or other garment should create a happy and content response from anyone who sees you in it.
If you’re just starting out, you may want to try out the tried and true standard in PVC: a full body catsuit. We love the Honour H2009 model, which has a two-way zip that runs from the lower back all the way round to the top of the neck. This makes the catsuit both sexier and easier to try on and remove.
Click here to see the honour catsuit, or visit our entire PVC category for inspiration.