Women Fetish Wearing Extremely Tight Belt On Waist
Lace is different from corset construction in that it is applied only to the waist, and the waist is the only area of the body that is still part of the exposed flesh of a woman with a large bustline and is also the area of least mobility, so the recipient of lace must be willing to be considerably smaller than she is naturally. Therefore, most woman’s laces are graded to fit most of the bust area but usually leave at least one inch or more of “free” flesh at the top of the chest. Many lace-extenders were designed to simply create the illusion of a larger bustline with an extended waist. Some women require only a single buststrap to be applied and have been known to use them as swimwear.
Generally, corsets with a large bustline need to be reduced in the bust area, which means they usually have buckles that can be released to have the bust area loosely adjusted. Corsets often have special hooks and eyes or pouches, so at the bottom of the corset, the bust area can be lifted, loosened or tightened as needed. The straps on a corset are usually gathered up in front and tied into a bow, producing a smooth, “smooth-smooth” appearance. The straps may also be tied into a bow in the back to produce a “smooth-smooth-smooth” look. A hooded corset may be tied at the back with the straps extended below the waist band.
Women, wearing short form-fitting dresses or dresses with high waistlines, sometimes choose to wear a corset to prevent the shape of the dress from accentuating her narrower hips. This may be a risky choice, as corsets in such exaggerated styles may make a woman look much thinner than she naturally is.
These are normally made from opaque materials, with many styles having a section of transparent netting or lace at the top. They are used by women of all ages, and in particular by teenage girls. Generally, they are worn primarily as a fashion statement.