Fetish Wear

Leather, latex, lace & more

For all fetish wear lovers

Pretty much everyone has some kind of clothing that they're turned on by, whether when worn by them or when worn by someone else. For a lot of people that clothing is a little risque: maid-style outfits, or pleated schoolgirl skirts, or stockings and suspenders. For some it's a whole other fetish in its own right, such as PVC corset and latex catsuits. Whatever your preference, there will be something out there that turns you on - so get shopping! Our magazine section has plenty of articles on how to find clothes you love, even in sizes that are sometimes difficult to track down or styles that aren't always super common.

What is fetish wear?

There is no definitive fetish outfit, in fact there are many. Latex, leather, lace and silk often feature. Outfits that reveal as much as they cover, clothing with inbuilt restraints and other kinky extras like hoods and masks all count as fetish wear. It’s what makes you feel sexy, kinky and confident

Am I too big for fetish wear?

No, not at all. Many companies produce plus size clothing in all kinds of materials and kinky looks. It might take a bit of research (sadly there is still far less kink clothing in bigger sizes than there should be) but you can wear whatever you want to enjoy your kinks and fetish, no matter your size. Flaunt your beauty.

Will I be let in to a BDSM club if I wear normal clothes?

Most BDSM clubs will have a changing area for you to get into your kinky clothes, it’s perfectly fine to turn up in your everyday clothes. You might be asked to show the outfit you’re changing into to someone on the door if there is a strict dress code but there’s no problem with dressing vanilla for your trip to and from the club.

Is fetish wear always expensive?

Some items are really very expensive because of the materials needed or because of the time taken to create them. However, you don’t have to spend a fortune. You can start by purchasing one item that you can match with existing clothes to keep costs down. Maybe a latex vest or a leather waistcoat. You could get a lovely robe to wear over existing underwear. It’s good to have items that you can mix and match with other things in your wardrobe to keep your look changing.

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