These cropped leggings are 15 pounds on Asos.com. There’s more shine to be found at TV, though that website is hard to browse. For all my latex posts, click here. If you’ve tried the latex look and you’re not listed, let me know so I can link to you! And if you really can’t get enough, check out The Rubber Betty Blog, which is dedicated to rubber and latex. (Sadly, it appears the Kova & T latex leggings everyone is looking for are no longer online, but there’s a phone number to call here.)
While a shiny coat is more expensive than leggings, no doubt you’ll get more wear out of it over many years. The right person could really rock this butterscotch-colored vintage Gucci PVC raincoat from the 1970s (I’d like to see it on Jennine of the Coveted).
It’s available at Retrodress for $290.
This Tahari coat is beautiful. It’s much more expensive too: $1400. On the other hand, it’s real patent leather, not PVC. If you were to invest in it, you’d have it for a long, long time.
It’s available at elietahari.com. Other shiny coat options include Michael Kors, Topshop and fetish site Shiny.co.uk (not for children or uptight people). And if you’re in New York, you should browse the shops on St. Marks Place. I think Trash & Vaudeville would be a good bet.