Thursday, August 27, 2015

Cinch It In

I've been seeing and hearing about all types of waist trainers and the potential dangers of wearing them but I thought to myself, there has to be a safer way to cinch your waist in a comfortable yet stylish way. You know it's all about the foundations you wear when it comes to looking the best you can in your clothes. Wearing the right bra changes things and apparently wearing the right shape wear plays a huge part as well. Even the most fit celebrities in the world sometimes wear some sort of shape wear for their red carpet appearances so why shouldn't you?

The Mother Tucker Corset is not a waist trainer, rather it uses bendable stays, soft boning and 2 layers of  SecureStretch to provide gentle compression and maximum adjust-ability.  I tried it and guess what gals? I LOVE it! 

But where did the corset come from? As per Wikipedia, the corset has been an important article of clothing for several centuries, evolving as fashion trends have changed. Women, as well as some men, have used it to change the appearance of their bodies. The corset first became popular in sixteenth-century Europe, reaching the zenith of its popularity in the Victorian era. The earliest image of a possible corset was made ca. 2000 BC. The image is of a Cretan woman, and the article of clothing depicted might be perceived as a corset; however, it is worn as an outer-garment. While the corset has typically been worn as an undergarment, it has occasionally been used as an outer-garment; corsets as outer-garments can be seen in the national dress of many European countries.

So...here's the thought for the day..."Don't force it, just Corset"! The Mother Tucker Corset is a wardrobe essential that's comfortable enough to wear all day and thin enough to hide under your clothes. Created with 2 layers of SecureStretch material for double compression, this smart corset slims your waist and tummy while concealing bothersome back bulge. The soft boning ensures the corset will stay in place without rolling or digging, and the lightweight and breathable fabric provides maximum comfort. The 6-hook design allows for greater adjust-ability and compression. While the corset is off, tighten it by going down a row or two and get ready to step into your new shape!

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