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The Power of the Girdle

Ok Ladies!

Time for some tough love. If you have any thing wiggling and jiggling, if its lumpy and bumpy, its time to buy a girdle. Even when I was young, thin, and tight, I rocked a girdle to make sure its all nice and smooth. Daily, I see women that I really want to scream....GET A GIRDLE!!!

Girdles are different today. There's not the boning like it use to be although sometimes those still seem to be the best. Corsets are sexy and hold you in and suck you up. If you are on your way to a healthier you and its just not tight yet, invest in a girdle and a better bra too. A good bra actually makes you look thinner and helps your back if you're a bustier woman.

I know I shouldn't have to say this stuff but this isn't the generation of girdle wearers. My mother was an advocate and taught me all about the different types of girdles and I still wear them. I know some women lovvvvvveee their thickness and want to show it off but sometimes it doesn't look sexy but sloppy. Just smooth it out.

So go and buy one. Please.


shawna faith said…
!!! right?!

i havent invested in a girdle exactly...but maybe i need to! i wear the tummy suck undies...and always feeling like i need a little more support. especially if im dancing? i need it. :)
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