With the increasing popularity of waist training, its important for you to know what to look for when investing in one. Overall, even a well made off the rack waist trainer is generally an investment in terms of its price, so here we've put together all the reasons why we know you will fall in love with our latest Love of Corsets Black Satin 20 Steel Bone Waist Training Long Underbust Corset With Free Stockings. Oh and to celebrate how much we love our latest waist trainer, we've reduced her down from $85 to just $76 :)
Hands down, this is probably the most poplar question I get. I would say it comes second only to "how to I determine which size is right for me?"
The trickiest part of this question is that "effective" is highly subjective and open to a world of interpretation. So I will do my best to answer this one based on 3 possible meanings of the word "effective".
Though many tight-lacers are waist trainers, not every waist-trainer is a tight-lacer.
Though it sounds a little confusing (actually it almost sounds like an SAT question), it really isn't all that confusing at all.
Tricky question! There are so many people out there who are new to corset wearing and frequently, they will lean towards an overbust. I'm not sure why, but my guess is because they can seem easier to wear (since you can wear it as you might any other top) and also because overbusts frequently feature more trim and pretty little details, making them quite difficult to resist.
For those who are new to corsets, the process of sifting through tons of websites trying to determine which retailers truly deliver the quality they promise, can be daunting to say the least.
So, I've gone ahead and compiled a list of things to look out for. This list will cover what to look for and also which traits are clear indicators that you should consider looking elsewhere.
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