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    • November 1, 2015 10:47 AM GMT
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      Whilst I have my new lease of life with the new medication, I have been looking at some new shapewear - I found these particularly interesting. Being on the bigger side, I need something like these to hold everything in, but also they will also work as a good "Tucker" if you get my drift?

      Anyway girls, I was thinking what is your experience of using shapewear, if your fortunate enough to have to use it?

      http://www.marksandspencer.com/firm-control-sheer-and-opaque-waist-cincher-knickers/p/p22232489?extid=ps_gglpla_UK_Gen_,Lingerie%20_PLALingerie%20--%3E%20Lingerie%20&%20Underwear%20--%3E%20Shapewear%20--%3E%20No%20VPL%20Shapewear_M&S%20Collection%20Firm%20Control%20Waist%20Cincher%20FAWN%2012&s_kwcid=AL!2750!3!{creative}!{matchtype}!{placement}!{network}!{product_partition_id}!&ef_id=UP7bEQAAG2fiE5Fr:20151101103854:s
    • November 1, 2015 11:17 AM GMT
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      I guess they would do the job...as the very pleasant peasant pheasant tucker? Though in my view you are better getting shapewear with legs - that way the "pheasant" doesn't fall out.

      Best of all is in all one without a bra (BYOB), which smooths out your tum. Some of those you can buy with legs, though a normal panty bottom is OK for the tucker. I have attached a link to a US site to illustrate the BYOB.
      http://www.amazon.com/Maidenform-Flexees-Womens-Shapewear-Singlet/dp/B00284B5M8

      The other thing is just get an old fashioned panty girdle - Playtex do them and if you check out E Bay you can find very firm control (55% lycra) for between £15 and £20.

      I love wearing shapewear when wearing a form fitting dress - one of those clingy ones which needs my lumps and bumps to be smoothed out.

      As to what to wear in the boudoir...well that is another topic.

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      Pauline xxx
    • November 4, 2015 4:45 AM GMT
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      http://www.marksandspencer.com/firm-control-waist-sculpt-wear-your-own-bra-body/p/p22375488?mfPartNumber=T331600&carousel=FUNH_RR this one looks interesting have to check it out when back . I wear corsets when want to look my best but not all the time now
    • November 4, 2015 10:31 PM GMT
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      I just wear looser fittings and hope to god no one notices!! xxxxx
    • November 5, 2015 11:14 AM GMT
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      hi have different tried things corsets are best ut to realy get a fem shape you need those panties that have to give you hips something we girls dont have hips in my mind maketh the woman
    • November 5, 2015 2:57 PM GMT
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      I do have bum and hip pads for real! :D and to much padding at the front. this is why I need a shaper !

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