Filed Under: Fashion
I hear so many Plus Size Princesses describing themselves as “curvy”. I would love to be curvy, but I consider myself more… lumpy.
I have breasts and hips, but because I carry most of my weight in my stomach, sometimes I feel like my “assets” are taken over by my tummy.
The form-fitting strapless cocktail dress that I’m wearing for the wedding looked good when I tried it on, but I couldn’t stop focusing on my trouble spots. I had on high-waist spanx, which gave me more of an hour glass shape, but I wanted more.
Luckily, I was introduced to Squeem just in time. Squeem is a line of waist cinchers that are a step above and beyond spanx. They’re breathable, comfortable corsets that don’t make you feel like you’re in the Victorian age. I was able to hook my Squeem cincher around my waist with no problem and… it didn’t roll when I moved around!
I’ll give you more details on the wedding later, but Robert had his hands around my waist the whole time and because of the way Squeem products are designed, I wasn’t afraid of him feeling lots of boning (its mostly of strong stretchy material).
Usually when I see before and after photos on products, I don’t believe them. But my experience with Squeem was spot on with what the product photos promised.
There are a few different cuts and styles of Squeem that you can check out on their website, but I was very happy with my strapless version. I’m curious to see how the one with straps and a cut out for your boobs fits, so when I try that one I’ll let you know.
You can order Squeem online but if you want to try it on, they’re sold at Ashley Stewart and Fashion to Figure stores.
Have any of you tried waist cinchers?