Latex for the curious – Sinful Sunday

Wearing transparent latex in public is always a thrill. Going for a Sunday walk, wearing a transparent latex blouse is an amazing experience. The funny thing about transparent latex is that it’s not obvious. Pairing it with regular pants, only the trained eye can tell it’s made of latex. And whether you can truly see it as being transparent depends more on the light than anything else.

Transparent latex blouse by Simon O.
Sinful Sunday

This picture was from a nice stroll through the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris on a rainy afternoon. It had been dark and overcast. Few people were out and about. When the sun came through in the late afternoon, I decided to take off my coat and spend the rest of the walk wearing just my blouse.

I honestly had not realized how transparent it looked with the sun coming out, until I saw the pictures. The nice thing about Paris, though, is that nobody, except for the occasional tourist, makes any comments about someone else’s clothing choices. If it’s unusual, it must be fashion!

For anyone who wants to get an easy taste of what it’s like to wear latex, starting with a blouse is a very comfortable entry. This blouse was among my first items. It’s easy to cover up with a jacket, unbutton the jacket, take it off, go out in the evening, maybe to a restaurant. The options are endless and you can easily adjust everything to your own comfort level.

The video below shows me taking off my coat. It was still somewhat dark after the rain and not nearly as sunny as for the picture above. The difference in the transparency of the latex is pretty evident.

Latex Blouse reveal

Latex is a beautiful fashion fabric that lends itself to endless possibilities. If you’re curious, start with something simple, get good quality, if possible made-to-measure. As with everything else, if you try something new and it’s poor quality, chances are you won’t enjoy it. This is true for latex clothing as much as it is for anything else. It may cost a bit more, but I promise, putting on latex for the first time is an experience you won’t forget.

Going out in latex is an experience that I personally still remember every time I do it.

31 comments

  1. OMG! I love this! That blouse is gorgeous. All my Latex is solid colour, but something transparent is definitely on the to buy list and your picture made me want it sooner rather than later, lol. Awesome share πŸ™‚ x

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  2. Delicious and delectable, that’s how that latex blouse makes you look. I am getting a bit of a hankering to try latex from reading your stories.

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    • Give it a try! I’ve only seen it at Simon O. and they can be a bit slow in delivering, but the quality is great, as is the fit and look πŸ˜‰

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  3. I’m not sure I necessarily agree that you need to go for high quality latex to get a taste of it. My first rubber was a cheap pair of mass produced black briefs from a random sex shop. But I’ve never looked back.
    And just to echo the above, you certainly look desirable in that photo … but I’m pretty sure you don’t need us to tell you that.πŸ’‹

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    • I agree to some extent. My first Catsuit was off the rack, cheapest I could find. It lasted surprisingly long. But it always stayed a bedroom item. When you buy something to go out, and have people see it who may not be into latex at all, I find it makes a difference. The biggest difference is in the confidence doing something that most people hat ever tried.
      Telling me that I look desirable never gets old πŸ˜‰

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      • I’ve never worn rubber when/where/so it would be seen by people not into it. I suspect if I did, I would get hounded out of town … or worse.
        I think you’re right about confidence, whether that’s a tailored business suit or a tailored gimp suit.
        Perhaps I should refrain from compliments… just so it remains a novelty. πŸ˜‰

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  4. Welcome to Sinful Sunday! Hope you enjoy being part of this community. I do encourage everyone to comment on a least a few other peoples work every week as that helps to create a supportive and nurturing group for people to share their work in.

    As for this image, it is utterly stunning. Truly, you look absolutely amazing. I have never seen see through latex clothes. It has never really been my thing but the see through is actually rather tempting

    mollyx

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    • I’ve really enjoyed roaming through the other posts and leaving ‘likes’, though comments, on any aspect, do make a difference. I’ll keep roaming…

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  5. What a delicious image! I’ve worn latex once or twice but I love the look of this blouse. I’d worry I’d just sweat terribly if out and about it in. I don’t mind getting hot and sticky in the bedroom, not so much out for dinner!
    I look forward to seeing more of your items – especially of the images are as beautiful as this!
    Missy x

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    • There are some others that are nice on my instagram page. It’s linked to my blog. I try to mix up regular b&w images with more fetish oriented ones. Gives those who would not want to look at just a fetish page an ‘excuse’ to look through the pictures 😊

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  6. What a delicious image! I’ve worn latex a few times but don’t have a blouse. I’d worry I would just sweat terribly in it if out and about. I don’t mind being hot and sticky in the bedroom but less so out for dinner. I look forward to seeing your other items especially if the images are as beautiful as this!
    Missy

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    • Sorry, Kayla, your comments got stuck in the Spam filter for reasons that are less than transparent. Maybe that’s the only thing here that is not transparent… Glad you love the image.😘

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