Wearing Underbust Corset Underneath Clothes – Corset Waist Training
This is Day 3 of my corset waist training. In this video, I show the comparison of how my wrap dress looks on me with and without my corset underneath. Check out my Days 1, 2, & 4 videos via the links above.
The corset I’m wearing in this video has been seasoned (or broken in), and it now conforms perfectly to my body and is a lot more comfortable to wear for longer periods of time. It is critical that you properly season (or break in) any new corset so it conforms to your body and feels sort of like a second skin and wears comfortably. Seasoning a new corset requires you to wear it for 1 to 2 hours (without over-tightening the laces) for the first couple of days up to a week prior to wearing it for an extended period of time. Neglecting to properly season your corset can result in damage to your corset and/or your body. To shorten the seasoning period, you can wear your corset in increments of 1 to 2 hours throughout the day for a couple days like I do.
I purchased this CS-411 (level 2 silhouette for the curvy woman) double steel-boned underbust corset from http://OrchardCorset.com which are authentic corsets made with high quality premium fabrics. In addition, they are very affordable. I paid $70 for this corset. Shipping was super-fast plus it was free shipping! Discount Code: CokeBottle
I bought a size 32 corset since my waist, at the time of purchase, measured 38 1/2 inches and it was advised that a woman of my size (and bigger) buy a corset 6 to 8 inches down from their waist measurement. It is advised that a woman with a waist measurement of less than 38 inches buy a corset 4 to 6 inches down.
Before deciding to buy corsets and waist train, it is important that you educate yourself about corseting first, as I spent hours and days doing. If you are interested in learning more about corsets and/or waist training, check out these YouTube channels.