Time has this really fascinating way of passing by at a startling rate and before you know it, its been 5 months since you've last posted a blog!
So sorry for the absence and in an effort to provide you with regular corset content, I've come up with a plan to give you my "Quick Tips": brief blogs to give you visuals for the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about corsets.
For my first entry, I want to address what "fully loosened" really suggests when it comes to your corset.
For lots of people, when your new corset arrives in the mail you untie the laces at the back, loosen it some, wrap it around your waist and...oops! You can't get the front busk closure to meet and clasp!
Fear not! More times than not, this doesn't mean that the corset is too small, it simply means that you haven't fully loosened the back laces.
Here is what "fully loosened" should look like (I've used my personal Love of Corsets Black Satin Underbust Full Steel Boned Waist Cinching Shaper Corsets in a size 22" as an example):
With the corset loosened to this degree, you should be able to easily wrap the corset around and gently tighten it to see whether or not it really fits you.
Stay laced, corset lovers! x
Wife, mother workaholic & entrepreneur. I do my best to bring you regular content via this blog, but as you can see from my archives, it doesn't always work out that way (see above, where I mention the whole "mother" thing).