Dreamful Black Corset

83 Pictures - Video 10:50 min

December 13, 2010
Already for several centuries girls and women were wearing tight corsets and it is quite obvious why: The female body just looks even hotter in that contraption. In the early days, the corsets were made out of fabric and needed to be tightly laced, which in some cases was a very much desired trait. Latex is quite a different story and much more unforgiving, because latex adheres to the body like a second skin, without tightening it. You can tighten the latex corset as much as you want, at the end it still gives way a bit, bottom line, it is elastic. It is very good if you need to move around, it allows you some leeway, but for making sexy photos it is not that well suited, much less for harnessing any skin imbalances.
The black latex corset made by HW-Design, which I wear here, is a completely different matter altogether! I have worn plenty of latex corsets until now, but never anything like this. It is a latex corset, but with some consideration and improvements behind it. For one, it is much more massive than a conventional latex corset, despite looking just as smooth and shiny. The manufacturer implemented some metallic strings in the thicker latex body of the corset, emulating the more rigid fabric characteristics, allowing the fantastic latex to keep the predefined shape and not succumb to the curves of the wearing individual.
For the photo session I laced the corset very tightly, as is my general approach with all latex corsets. This time, though, I immediately experienced the tightness of the contrivance inhibiting my breathing. It was at first very unpleasant to fight for every gasp of air, but as soon as I saw the first pictures I did not mind the firm grip at all. I started to enjoy the new black latex corset very much and felt at the same time sexy and somehow debonair. I knew that we were making a very classy series here.

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