Post # 1
Here’s me and my Alfred Angelo R211 – I am a street size 18/20… Looks like a 14!!
BEFORE the corset is laced…and then AFTER~!
Wow, right?! Show us pics of your corsets or magic dresses!
Post # 3
Wow girl, looks like they really pulled it in on you! It looks amazing but I hope you can breathe!
Post # 4
hehe, small price to pay for having a body I always wanted 😛 lol, I kid, I kid. No, luckily, it was tight, but it was definitely wearable!!! I’ve lost about 17 pounds now too so hopefully they won’t have to Cinch it quite so much… but I loooove it!!!
Post # 5
Love it! A very good friend of mine is plus sized and for her birthday shindig a wardrobe friend of ours laced her into a corset. She looked like a size 12 (UK sizing) and she’s normally an 18/20! She was so pleased. And she could still drink and be merry which is always a plus 😉
Post # 6
@littlemissmoo, I can relate!! I must have been born in the wrong era!!! If only I was a renaissance gal.. No wait.. then I wouldn’t have WEDDINGBEE!
Post # 7
Wow girl you look great!!! Thanks for the tip as i am also street size 18/20
Post # 8
That was the advice my friend said before I shopped- GET A CORSET STYLE BACK dress! It happened that the one I picked is corseted and let me tell you, I could go up or down pracitcally a size and it would be NO PROBLEM. I love how it pulls you in where you need it… it feels so much more made-to-fit and supportive than the zip-up or button-up dresses! Great for hourglass gals for SURE!
Post # 9
WOW!! That really accentuates all the right stuff….you look great.
Post # 10
Holy Crap! My dress laces up in the back but I don’t think it’s like a corset really… I’ll have to get one for underneath! LOL
Post # 11
wow, you look great! I didn’t really try on corsets, but now I wish I would’ve, bc I have the “out curves” but not the “in curve” 😉
Post # 12
WOW! You look FABULOUS! I wish I had tried on a corset style dress!
Post # 13
Thank you ladies!~ I looooove my dress!
Post # 14
that looks amazing!! my dress didn’t have a corset but it has some serious boning or something to give me the curves it gave me while smoothing the chub lol!
Post # 15
I don’t have a picture of me with a corset in a gown, but I do Ren Faires and Medieval reenactment. I loooooove a good corset. Although, I like mine for bust support more than shaping, when laced properly I can breath and dance, have an awesome shape, and can jump around with no jiggling, and it’s way more comfy than a bra.
Post # 16
Wow, that looks great! So does the corset mean your dress is a smaller than your usual size?