Waist training has been in a trend for maintaining the shape of your body and keeping it in a perfect shape. This trend is at its peak and every fitness enthusiast and fitness model out there is jumping on the bandwagon of waist training.
Thinking about wearing a corset under your wedding dress? You probably want a smooth and cinched waist on your wedding day, but you also want your dress to be the star garment ... not your underpinnings.
We're already feeling spring style fever and are eager to start stocking our closets with a handful of the spring fashion trends of 2018. It's time to shed those thermal layers (finally!) in favour of stylish items that can carry us through the summer.
Summer is rapidly approaching, even though in South Africa it doesn't feel that way with the recent cold front these past few weeks. But we all want to rock that bikini body and feel confident and perfectly happy in our own skin, so you’ll have to do a bit of work. Fortunately, it’s possible to transform your appearance through the use of few simple techniques.
As any person with breasts already knows, bras are annoying and temperamental AF. Not only do they do frustrating things while you’re wearing them – sliding down your shoulder as the most inopportune moments, digging into your skin without warning, turning into a little mini pool of sweat whenever it’s hot out – but they also act like total divas when they’re not on your body. Bras need to be stored and organized in a very specific way in order for them to stay intact and in shape. But, because they are an annoying shape and take up a lot of room, we usually end up stuffing them wherever they will fit, and, well, slowly destroying them.
Fashion history reveals the first recorded corset originated from Crete in Greece, worn by the Minoan people. Images on ancient pottery show both women and men sporting form fitting belts and vests with leather rings or straps that constrict and shape the waist. Culturally, this showed a women’s ideal shape, accentuating the beauty of her curves and often exposing bare breasts.
In ancient times, ladies and courtiers wore corsets because it showed off their hourglass figure. Young girls were introduced early to this type of waist training because their role in society is to marry men and they needed to look attractive.
Corsets are made of a strong and flexible fabric, either satin, cotton or leather. (those are the waist training corsets) with steel boning (flexible steel rods). Its great strength cinches your waist and accentuate the curve of your hips, giving you an hourglass figure. Over and above all that they are suitable for a variety of different body types.
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A well-made corset has a very carefully balanced fit: to create a beautiful shape that is actually wearable by a human requires great attention to the distribution of ease and negative ease. The lacing and lacing gap allows for fine-tuning of the fit on an individual basis without requiring a fully bespoke corset. Much has been written about bra fit, but what defines fit for a corset?
A Corset is uncomfortable- A corset that is made for you, and you alone (as they were up until the late Victorian age, when “mail order” corsets first became available), is very comfortable. They don’t pinch (it’s impossible), they don’t poke (unless the boning is working its way out), and they don’t make it impossible to breathe.
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After centuries of wear, corsets have well and truly earned their place in women’s fashion. Renowned for enhancing figures, and sex lives, corsets are now a bedroom staple in many households. These days, the corset is equally as at home in the office as it is in the boudoir.
It makes you look slim at the waist
Yes, it does have that instant effect – put a corset around your waist and bingo! It looks smaller, taut and tiny.
But there’s also an undeniable psychological effect that comes with waist cinching.
Waist training uses cinchers or waist trainers to reduce your natural waist size and accentuate your curves. Whether it works or creates problems for you is debatable.
You can also wear waist trainers and perform various exercises such as stretching or pilates. A controversial means of reducing your natural waist size, waist trainers have their pros and cons.
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Popularly called waist cincher or trainer, it's basically a type of undergarment that is placed around your waist in order to slim your waist line. However, it's mostly effective when used in conjunction with regular exercise, proper diet and consistency.
If you're trying to get a smaller waist or trying to achieve the hourglass figure then getting a waist trainer is a good idea.
Having a perfect figure is important when you’re in the limelight. Celebrities are constantly subjected to the scrutiny of the public. Any flaw can be a PR disaster. How often have you heard of actresses hitting the tabloids when they’re seen in unflattering flabs? It’s not easy when everyone’s critical about your appearance; that is why stars go out of their way to shape their bodies into near perfection. You’ve read about their strict diets and intense workouts. The lengths they go through to enhance their figures may have even raised some eyebrows. Many innovations have hit the market but there is none that is as controversial and trending as waist training. Check out these celebrities who have embraced this super effective body sculpting regimen.
The waist corset or waist trainer has created a lot of hype recently, while women don’t necessarily want Kim’s curvaceous derriere, they are envious of her tiny waist A corset is a close-fitting undergarment made of stiffened material and worn to make the waist appear slimmer and the bust and hips appear bigger.
Corsets were made from different materials, stiffened with starch or paste. So-called whalebone was used to stiffen corsets even further.
If you want to achieve the hourglass shape that you always desired, then you need to change your eating habits. Here are a few tips on the waist training diet.
1. Eat More Fiber
The waist training corset will compress your stomach, which will bring constipation. So, you should eat more beans, raspberries, blackberries, peas, and avocados to set your digestive system free.
Granted, corsets have a bad rep due to the likes of the dominatrix/SM subculture, Kim K, and the unhealthy waist training trend of recent years. However, if worn right, it has the potential to be an extremely flattering waist-slimming accessory that will instantly give you an hourglass figure.
There are those who have discovered the aesthetic effect of long-line corsets for their body while there are ladies who are still in the dark of what this fascinating garment can do to their short waist. It’s no secret that for women with longer waists, long-line corsets can do miracles. They appear sexier, and their proportion looks so much more attractive when they are wearing these great garments. It is no wonder some of the women who have shorter waist are feeling the pangs of envy, but they shouldn’t fret because there are corsets suitable for them as well.
Experts say excessive alcohol consumption, more than one or two drinks a day-puts a strain on the liver. This can result in dilated pores, dilated and broken capillaries, as well as the overgrowth of sweat and oil glands.
Unfortunately, this occurs most often in the face (particularly the nose), though other areas of the skin are vulnerable, too. But there are still health benefits to drinking red wine, one glass a day will not harm the skin-unless you suffer from Rosacea. A survey by the National Rosacea Society in the U.S. found that 76 percent of sufferers cited red wine as a trigger for flare-ups.
1.Wearing a corset gives you a fabulous figure
It gives you good posture, takes inches off your waist and accentuates your chest…
The first and most important reason as to why you, as a woman should own a chemise nightwear, is because the chemise is a sexy piece of lingerie, which means you will feel and look sexy even when you go to bed. Just ask any man what he finds more attractive: a woman in baggy cotton pajamas, or the vision of a woman in a satin short chemise with her legs and arms naked? I think you get the picture. All the more reason to turn up the heat this winter.
If you, like most of us are not a Victoria’s Secret Angel, shopping for lingerie that makes you feel both comfortable and sexy can be a challenge not to mention expensive. And it’s often only once you’ve found the underwear that suits you best that you discover the joy of lingerie shopping (and wearing, of course). What each of us finds sexy is a matter of preference but no matter what your taste is, from flirtatious twin sets to sultry slips, we’ve got the items to suit your mood.
Now, it may or may not surprise you to learn that, according to research, the clothing you choose to wear can have real psychological effects on you and your well-being. Researchers refer to this as "enclothed cognition," and basically, the bottom line is that dressing yourself in things that make you feel both comfortable and presentable, in a way that feels good to you, is really important for your mental health. And yes, wearing your yoga pants every day totally counts here, as long as it genuinely makes you feel your best from head to toe.
In 2018, women continue discovering new ways to own their power. It’s a constantly exciting time to experience, after all, clothing is the exterior shell with which we arm ourselves every day, what we wear can be a powerful tool in our fight for equality and justice. Trends do matter.
It might surprise you (or maybe not!) to know that one of the frequently asked questions we get is: "Why do people wear corsets?" It seems so obvious when you’re a ‘seasoned’ corset wearer or a long-time waist trainer, but there are plenty of corset-curious people out there who might consider one if they understood what all the hype was about.
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Every women likes to look good, because when you look good you feel good and therefore are more confident. The idea though is to be comfortable and still turn heads.
Waist training is a method women are using all over the world to tighten their abdominal muscles and cinch their waists to lose inches in all the right places. However, using a waist trainer comes with a few rules…
As the trend grows, people are still unaware of what exactly waist training is and how it works. So we compiled a short list of things that you should know about waist training.
CorsetSA shows you how to measure the corerct corset to suit your body type.
We came up with tips for wearing your vintage dresses in the winter to make sure you keep warm and look weather-appropriate while looking stylish and wearing any dress your heart desires.
The return of the steel boned corset has brought with it not just the aesthetically pleasing "coke bottle shape" from tight-lacing, but also the practice of "waist training", the act of using a steel-boned corset to, over time, manipulate the structure of your floating ribs to create a more defined hourglass shape.
Corsets for all seasons. Check out some of our corsets and various ways in which you can wear them all winter long.
Read more about what corsets are and how to go about purchasing your very own. CorsetSA takes your second-hand corsets and refurbishes it according to your body and makes the necessary alterations. While you at the store, make sure to book your steamy bedroom photoshoot for your next special day.