Always wanted to invest in some plus size latex, but been put off by the lack of choices?
This latex “curve” line was created to cater to size 10 to 20 girls and beyond who want more from their wardrobes. Other sizes won’t feel left out, since the designs are available for custom order too. Hayward and Kim West are ensuring that the whole plus spectrum is welcome in this curve line.
The collection features bold leopard prints and bright colors, as well as silhouettes not often seen in latex clothing at all. Felicity Hayward told ASOS that this was a totally deliberate move. “The aim was to make something fun for curve girls that you wouldn’t expect. I feel like a lot of curve collections are quite safe so I wanted to make something that was really exciting and fun,” she said. “I know it won’t be for everybody but it just proves that you can be any size and wear any material. Personally, I adore the collection and the risks taken for a plus size line. Not only is it pretty unheard of for a plus size woman to wear latex (if you consider so-called plus size fashion rules), but the patterns, prints, and hues take the line to an entirely new level of boldness. The kind of bold we should be encouraging plus size people to embrace more often.
And who else but Kim West, would try something great such as this move is. Actually, it is not the first time to present something innovative. The latex also comes in glyde-tex, meaning you don’t need to mess around with baby powder or lube to get your new favorite outfit on.
So if you’ve been wanting latex, but weren’t sure how to get it, how to style it, or whether it even existed in your size, here’s your answer: A curve latex line designed by a curve model!