When you’re waist training, sizing down is a natural part of the process. Your first corset may be 4-6 inches smaller than your natural waist, but what happens if and when you “outshrink” your first corset, and you still want to train down further? How do you know[…]

For a detailed look at how I measure various corsets, see my in-depth tutorial below: This is the third and final part to my OTR fitting mini series. In part 1 I taught you the various ways that an OTR corset company may share their fitting information (if[…]

Way back on January 7th, I posted Part 1 of this 3 part mini series on fitting OTR corsets, wherein I discussed the different ways that some corset companies use to describe the curviness or the proportions of the corsets they sell. To summarize this first part, there are[…]

Many people have seen my “Shape of Your Corset Gap: What Does it Mean?” video and article, but several people have walked away with the wrong idea – they think that if you have anything BUT a straight, parallel gap down the back, that this means it’s going[…]

This entry is a summary of the review video “Shape of your Corset Gap – What does it mean?” which you can watch on YouTube here:  Shape/ meaning Brands to avoid for your body type Brands to consider for your body type A shape This means that your[…]