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CorsetChick.com Review

Let's face it ladies you have all looked in the mirror before and thought, wow I could really use a waist cincher! lol After three kids and a sugar addiction I know my body is certainly not what it use to be. Don't worry this is still a family friendly site :O) I told myself when I started working with companies I would always find a way to keep anything I did family friendly. So when I got the chance to review a corset for CorsetChick.com I was at first a little apprehensive, but I took the time to look through their site and found much more then just adult corsets! I found a great selection of corset tops as well and in a wide range of sizes from a small to a 4X! When talking with a friend about this company she was pleasantly surprised to finally find a company that offered plus size corsets. 
When it came in the mail I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the corset itself, I had bought others in the past but this one is very well made and sturdy. As you can see in the picture I now have a waist where my muffin top has resisted.lol It is very comfortable and I was surprisingly able to breath quite well. I could have made it even tighter but I put it on alone, so it was a little more difficult.
*I received this product for free in order to do a complete in honest review all views expressed are 100% my own and were in no way influenced.*

Comments

Who hasn't needed one of these before? Sounds like a nice product. Thanks for sharing :D
Monique said…
I NEED one - even to sleep in! But I get so hot that any extra layer would make me sweat just thinking about putting it on. But you look better in it than I would. Maybe after I lose 50 lbs!
Mellissa Hanks said…
The heat can be bad in the summer. Ive considered wearing it a lot I have a bad back and it is good support to lol.
That actually looks really nice, pleasantly surprised, thanks for sharing x
Terri said…
Thanks for the introduction! I'm tempted to explore! I appreciate you sharing your experience.

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