PVC clothing has most definitely hit the mainstream with a loud and shiny smack. One of the standouts pieces, the PVC bra, is not your typical supporting undergarment. The PVC bra can still lift, separate and define but it has definitely emerged from underneath the clothes and placed itself front and center in the fashion industry.
You may ask, why would you want to trust your precious assets to this unusual shiny fabric? PVC is a super-strong, waterproof, leather-like fabric with an eye-catching and flattering shine. It’s a less expensive option than some of the other popular fabrics worn in the fetish scene, like rubber, leather and latex. But don’t think for a second that it’s a lower-quality option: both Christina Aguilera and Lady Gaga have recently been accused of copying each other’s styles by wearing PVC bras.
But is it safe for my skin? That’s another good question. And the answer is: absolutely! Modern PVC doesn’t contain the hazardous chemicals lead and cadmium. It is completely “inert”, which means it won’t cause any allergic reactions. It doesn’t stick to your skin like rubber and latex do, so it allows your skin to breathe and sweat more naturally while you’re wearing it. But the PVC bra is seriously sexy so to be honest, you might not have it on for very long.
The PVC bra is making a guest appearance in the fashion mainstream these days, but it’s still very much at home in the fetish scene too. With a variety of designs to fit all shapes and sizes of precious assets, the PVC bra is a fantastic addition to any fetish wardrobe. So if you’re ready to join the PVC bra army, here are some sexy examples to inspire you from the Libertinesque website: Angie Black Strappy Bra Top, Kayla Black PVC Bra with Bow, Melvina Short Black Bra-Style Top (Laqué and PVC), Natalia Black Halterneck Laced Cup Bra (Laqué and PVC) and Natalia Black Halterneck Open Laced Cup Bra (Laqué and PVC) .