I may be in my late 40’s, but I still love modern power metal and hard rock music. I still dress for the scene and I can certainly out-Mosh many younger people at the alternative nightclub!
The shirt is by Spiral Direct, the jeans by Cathouse Clothing (they’re latex). Tattoo by Inkd Industries.
I felt like doing something fancy.
Dentist: “Are you allergic to latex”
It was the first time I went out in latex jeans in public! It was a gig. It was Jump at the CRS. I felt amazing and daring at the same time.
I’ve since been out in latex a few times, but hey, simple roots…
I’ve been noticed by a latex manufacturer who wants a model of my “type” to do some latex outfit modelling for them.
I can only guess what the type is, but I’m up for it.
It’s funny as I’ve also been asked to do a collaboration on formal/office wear on my other Instagram profile.
I asked for more details on both…
First time I’ve worn this waistcoat in a while!
Shoes : Perfect For Clothing
Latex Jeans : Cathouse Clothing
Shirt : River Island
Waistcoat : Matalan
The new shirt is from ASDA.
The jeans are Cathouse.
Boots are New Rock.
It’s a bit shiny. Shiny is good.
Shirt is by BoohooMAN
Trousers by Cathouse Clothing
Losing my Dad and my only sibling just three years apart taught me that life is too short and too precious to not enjoy; even if the alternative is the norm. Latex is something I enjoy being in. Many people think it’s weird or strange.
I’m now older than my brother was when he died.
Life is too short and too precious to not enjoy; even if the alternative is the norm.
Losing my Dad when he was 69 (I was 40) and my Brother when he was 45 (I was 43) made me very aware of that.
I’m now older than my brother was when he died. I’ve outlived him.
I’m determined to live my life to the full, enjoy being me, and I’m going to make sure I leave something for the generations who follow me.
Latex is something I enjoy being in. Many people think it’s weird or strange, but you’re only here once and you only get the days you’re given.