Sometimes when I’m down and I don’t have anyone to talk to I enjoy dressing up.
I’m 26 5’2 & 164
I had the BEST fun doing a boudoir shoot recently!
All of the details including outfit details are in the post:
Ailin, 20, Argentinian. I love this blog, and I’m also starting to love my body :) You girls, are BEAUTIFUL!
model Joanna SIXA Sikora
Eeek, I made it into French Glamour!
Photo (un photoshopped) by Velvet d’Amour for Volup2.
The (badly fitted) bra is a Freya Deco, the corset worn under the girdle is a Morticia by What Katie Did, the girdle is a Rago 1294.
Sexy clothes are for everyone, I think every gal should own a corset no matter the size.
I’ve never been thin, in fact I don’t remember not having these hips or boobs, but I wouldn’t change my shape for anything. Some days I feel like a baby whale, others I feel like the sexiest girl in the room. And I know I whinge about buying bras and fitting into shirts but I’ve found the key is to keep it retro, when styles were made for curves! I don’t wish to diet, and as long as I stay at a reasonably healthy weight, then I never will because these curves are what I am all about :)
Last week was New Year’s photoshoot. Here are the results, photos turned in my view breath-taking. I hope you like.
I’m an Asian girl with curves and it’s very hard to fit in in my own culture because the “normal body” of an asian woman is always depicted as slender and petite. I’m petite but I have more to love than most of my Asian friends. My mother is from Japan and whenever I go there I’m constantly ridiculed for my weight. In America, calling a woman fat is almost unheard of but in Japan, they’ll say it right to your face in a public or private setting. But I do love my curves. I love my body and I love my curves and every time I go to Japan I’m gonna flaunt these curves and I’m not gonna give an anything about what people say because Beauty is not a culturally accepted standard. Nobody can decide what “beauty” is.