This photograph is stunning, and your waist reduction is to be admired.
I'm sorry you've been recieving negative comments and judgements from people who actually have no idea what they're talking about. I don't waist train but I do wear corsets to improve my posture and support my back which gets pulled out of alignment by my proportionately large chest. They're a thing of beauty, and when used right, can do a lot of good.
Congratulations on the daily deviation! I hope that the positive attention outweighs the self important and ignorant people.
We're not too bothered about the sad peoples comments, when a photo gets popular it drawers in all kind of idiots who think that they can say what they like. They're not worth talking to so we just blocked them all!
Okay... Before I drop into rantdom, I just want to say that this is a brilliantly taken photo. The choice to keep it black and white gives it a "teasing purity" as I like to call it. Truly lovely legs and I am especially appreciative of the use of a good, classic corset and garters. Not those cheap, sturdy teddies, that they try to pass off as corsets nowadays. The back seamed stockings and full cover panty is a lovely tip of the hat to classic cheesecake looks.
That being said... Wow. I guess I'm not really amazed at the number of people on here trolling and commenting on how you look "too" skinny. Rude #1. Completely ignorant #2. Back when I worked with corsets (Cosplay and Re-enactments), I got my waist down as low as 17" from 28". When properly done and properly "trained" a body can safely handle such tension even for extended periods and in turn, it can be "untrained". I stopped doing any work with corsets during the years that I had my kids. I went up to a 36" waist and trained back down to a 20" in a corset. I could breath, eat, sing and dance the night away in it with NO discomfort. I have once more untrained my body simply because I have no real desire right now to do it... and lifting auto parts is not that easy if you can't bend.
As for the model being too skinny... MAKE UP YOUR MIND PEOPLE!?! Corseted or not she has a beautiful shape. One that was truly appreciated for generations. Those hour glass figures that are so classic and sought after were aided and achieved with such "contraptions" by the majority. Just like it is crude and tasteless to trash a plus sized model it is just the same to do it to this one. Grow up and accept that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. This is a classy photo in an internet that is permeated by cheap trash.
Thanks a lot This is a waist training corset and the particular shape they way the corset is cut gives the wearer this really curvy look (I have lots of corsets)
I'm not really bothered about the other nasty comments, in the last popular photo we posted lots said I looked fat and I'm no different to now! Mostly it was just a few people ( I use that term loosely ) fighting amongst themselves.
Nice shot. I thought DA had an age limit for the site. Some of the comments on DA lately are so damn childish and not worth replying to. If the image isn't to your taste, pass it up and keep going. If anyone replies to that last comments negatively.....You fit the profile. Anyway, I used to work with a good looking girl who was about 5'9 and had a 18 waist. She really wasn't skinny, she just had a small waist. You would never know because of how she carried herself and how she dressed. It's like muscle builders....when you see them in competition all pumped up you might say gross. But when they're relaxed in street clothes, you might not know what they do. Once again...nice shot.