According to the Daily Mail, a woman obsessed with a corset just started wearing controversial clothing to improve her posture. She has now completed her six years of hardship and reached a 16-inch waistline. Sarah Vaeth, a 42-year-old from Oregon, currently wears a 20-hour corset every day to maintain a 16-inch waistline.
Social media marketing professionals first put on a corset in 2012 to improve her bad posture, but she didn’t realize that she would soon get hooked on a corset, which would cause her to wear an 18-inch chest every day. clothes. Due to her bad posture, she was originally developing a hunchback neck and shoulders, and seeing a corset was a way she learned to better maintain herself, thus preventing a permanent hunch when she was young.
The instant hourglass shape achieved by wearing a corset made Sarah fall in love with this, and soon became her fascination. It encouraged her to delve into this hobby and make her curious to see how much difference she could create with a smaller bodice.
Sarah also admitted that she had to wear a corset for 20 hours a day for a few days after she gave birth to her daughter four years ago. “I feel sexy soon, because a little bit different, at first, only a few inches of waist, it looks amazing to me,” she said.
“After a few minutes, I felt very embarrassed and uncomfortable because it took a long time to put on a new corset. At first, I could only wear an hour at a time. The new waist training corset started to be absolutely stiff and then gradually Ground, the steel bones began to bend and conform to the body, and the body began to match the corset.”
Sarah added: “As an adult, I have always liked my body because it is strong, but I don’t think my body is very feminine. I am interested in the tightness as a body art, myself. The tights became an ongoing art project. I spend most of my time in a 18-inch waist corset, but I recently started wearing a 16-inch corset for a short time.”
“I have a total of 14 corsets. Some are just off-the-shelf, standardized bodice, but some are custom or semi-custom corsets. I have some interesting retro corsets, I buy as curiosity Although they are wearable, I bought a custom corset between $359 and $388. For a custom bodice, this is really low-end. My rack corsets are all priced. Between $77 and $103.”
As she wore a corset in a day and a half, Sarah admitted that she even fell asleep while wearing a corset. “I tend to wear a corset for 16 to 20 hours a day. I almost always sleep inside. The longest time I wear a corset is 24 hours.”
Sarah also talked about her generally speaking with her small waistline, she said, “In my usual daily life, I wear a short corset, which gives me greater mobility. I I can clean the house in the inner garden, hiking, the only thing I can’t do is to run, so I took it away.”
Sarah, a four-year-old daughter of Kestrel, said that because she did not wear a corset throughout her pregnancy, she returned to it a few days after giving birth and sent her new baby home. “I quickly rebounded, I remember feeling relieved, and going back to the corset won’t have much work,” Sarah said.
“I was only wearing it intermittently with my baby in the first year, sometimes sleeping in it. It was too inconvenient during the day. I spent a lot of time sitting with my baby in the rocking chair, but the corset was only Once Kestrel is weaned and crawled, it is necessary to choose the corset again correctly. I really fell in love with the corset, so I don’t expect to give up forever.”