Sarah Vaeth, a 42-year-old from Oregon, first tried using a corset in 2012 to try to correct her bad posture, while she was developing a hunched neck and shoulders.
The social media marketing manager doesn’t know that this attempt to help her body will lead to fascination with the corset.
Sarah is now wearing a corset for 20 hours a day. She only waited a few days after she gave birth to her daughter to return to her favorite hobby.
She spends most of her time on an 18-inch corset, but she has been wearing 16-inch clothes for a short time.
A woman obsessed with a corset has just begun to wear controversial clothes to improve her posture. She has now completed her six-year Odyssey, scraping 8 inches from her waistline and compressing her body into a 16 Inch small bodice.
Sarah Vaeth, a 42-year-old from Oregon, is currently wearing a corset for 20 hours a day. She first tried on a corset in 2012, trying to correct her very bad posture.
However, the social media marketing manager did not know that this attempt to help her body would lead to an infatuation with the corset, which would cause her to wear an 18-inch corset every day.
Due to her bad posture, Sarah was originally developing a hunchback neck and shoulders. Trying on a corset is one way she learns to better maintain herself and prevents a permanent hunch when she is young.
The image of the instant hourglass that the corset gave her made Sarah fall in love with this. Sarah’s first bodice has a 24-inch waistline, while Sarah’s actual waistline is 26 inches.
The nuances created by Sarah’s first corset encouraged her to delve into the hobby and make her curious to see how much difference she could make with a smaller bodice.
Sarah is now wearing a corset for 20 hours a day, and she only waited a few days before returning to her favorite hobby after giving birth to her daughter four years ago.
Sarah said, I feel very sexy soon, because a little bit different, at first only a few inches of waist, looks shocking.
“After a few minutes, I felt embarrassed and uncomfortable because it took a long time to break the new corset. At first, I could only wear one hour at a time.
“A new waist training corset begins to be absolutely stiff, then gradually the steel deboning begins to curve and conforms to the body, and the body begins to fit the corset.
“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 very interested in tight-fitting as a body art, and my own tights have become an ongoing art project.
“I am wearing an 18-inch waist corset most of the time, 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 others are custom or semi-custom corsets.
“I have some interesting vintage corsets that 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 corset costs between $77 and $103.
“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.
“In my daily life, I wear a short corset that gives me more mobility. I can go inside the garden, clean the house, and then hike. The only thing I can’t do is run, so I take it away. It is.
Sarah has a four-year-old daughter, Kestrel, who was only a few days before Kestrel was born, and Sarah braved the corset again.
Considering how much her body has changed and not wearing a corset throughout her pregnancy, Sarah started using her 24-inch corset a few days after taking her new baby home.
“I quickly rebounded, I remember feeling relieved, and going back to the corset won’t have much work,” Sarah said.