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The Latex Barbiecore Style Guide
Main Image: Kitty S Mortensen wearing Pandora Deluxe Latex
Background: Munroe Bergdorf wears Atsuko Kudo

With the highly anticipated release of the Barbie movie just around the corner, fashion enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of Barbiecore. Barbiecore, a fashion trend inspired by the iconic doll herself, celebrates all things pink, glamorous, and playful. As the Barbie movie captures the hearts of fans worldwide, it’s the perfect time to explore how the Barbiecore trend can be integrated into latex fashion. Celebrities, in particular, are embracing the latex Barbiecore trend as we saw a number of attendees at the London premiere of the movie championing our favourite material. So join us as we examine some of the best outfits and also how you can bring a touch of the Barbiecore latex trend to your wardrobe.

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Celebs Embrace Barbiecore

Latex clothing, known for its sleek and futuristic appeal, provides an excellent platform to showcase the Barbiecore aesthetic. Imagine a stunning latex bodysuit in vibrant pink, embodying Barbie’s signature colour. The smooth and shiny texture of latex adds a touch of sophistication and modernity, elevating the Barbiecore look to new heights.

Model and activist Munroe Bergdorf donned a custom Atsuko Kudo latex Barbiecore inspired dress for the London Premiere. The Vogue editor exuded confidence as she walked the red carpet – Barbie would be proud!

Also opting for a latex outfit from Atsuko Kudo was blogger and social media star Sammi Jefcoate who wore the designers Paris Cup Evening Dress, Bolero and Beret. Attending the London Premiere of “Barbie The Movie”, the socialite’s alternative Barbie style was eye-catching and unique – Barbiecore to the max!

Actress, singer and writer Bella Thorne also embraced the trend as she was photographed in her Barbie persona, wearing an outfit from Vex Latex in this highly stylised photo showing the doll in her signature packaging. With matching accessories, of course!

Bring on The Pink!

It doesn’t just have to be celebs who can rock the Barbiecore latex look. You too can “Bring on the Pink” and add a playful and extravagant touch to your shiny wardrobe, reminiscent of Barbie’s glamorous outfits.

Pandora Deluxe

Probably one of the most well-known Barbie themed latex outfits has to be the sublime Barbie dress from London based Pandora Deluxe. A staple of the brand for a number of years, Barbie themed dresses are available in a v-neckline or halter dress, as well as two-piece costume set. View the entire collection now at the Pandora Deluxe website.

Industry models including Psycatt are huge fans of the brands Barbie styled dresses.

Or maybe you prefer a Goth Barbie look? Well Pandora Deluxe have you covered there too!

Shhh! Couture

Devon based latex designer Shhh! Couture are a favourite of the community for their many varied latex cosplay outfits and costumes, so Barbie had to be featured as part of their collection. Whether you want a Barbie inspired dress, or a selection of bodysuits, the brand has a number of designs available for purchase on their website.

Pippa Latex

Alternatively, Canadian based latex designer Pippa Latex produce a range of Barbie latex bodysuits and bikinis – perfect for the summer heat and lounging around by the pool. Check out Pippa’s Etsy store for more details.

Honour Skin Two

If you fancy something a little more versatile and adaptable but still on-trend, Honour Skin Two have a selection of pink infused latex dresses including this super cute Luna Vest Latex Dress. Perfect for that trip to the cinema when Barbie The Movie opens this Friday.
Honour Skin Two Luna Vest Dress

With so many options available, get ready to step into the world of Barbiecore fashion with confidence and style, as you integrate this trend into your latex wardrobe. And be sure to tag #latex247 in your shiny Barbiecore creations.

For more latex clothes styling tips and how-to articles be sure to check out our style guide section regularly.


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