Elegant Shapewear

shapewear elegant

Is that an oxymoron?
Where can dievca find shapewear this elegant in fun colors?
The Quest has begun!

booty enhancing, butt lifting, junk building, derriere increasing underwear

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, there has been an astounding 80% increase in butt implant surgeries since 2001.

dievca came ‘eye-to-eye’ with a non-invasive shapewear solution in K-Mart:

Anya Hindmarch “Earl Bottom Pinch” Tote/Shopper

Hmmm, right?

So, if someone pinches your bottom – do you react? What if one glute slips to the side? How do you gracefully take off your butt for Sex?

Well, dievca’s a** is very solid and large enough – no butt lift procedure or shapewear in her future.


Myrtle, Myrtle where’s your Girdle? (lingerie)

A Girdle is a type of foundation garment. A lightweight undergarment, worn especially by women. The garment can be partly or entirely made of elastic, or boned, to help support and give a slimmer appearance to the abdomen, hips, and buttocks.

Girdles were considered essential garments by many women from about 1920 to the late 1960s. They created a rigid, controlled figure that was seen as eminently respectable and modest. They were also crucial to the couturier Christian Dior’s 1947 “New Look”, which featured a voluminous skirt and a narrow, nipped-in waistline, also known as a wasp waist.

Historically, the girdle extended from the waist to the upper thigh. Constructed of elasticized fabric and sometimes fastened with hook and eye closures, a girdle is designed to enhance a woman’s figure. Most open-bottom girdles looked like short fitted skirts. In the 1960s, these models fell from favor and were to a great extent replaced by panty girdles, which resemble a fitted pair of athletic shorts. Both models of girdles may include suspender clips to hold up stockings.

In the late 1960’s, pantyhose replaced girdles for many women who had used the girdle to hold up their stockings. Those who wanted more control purchased “control top” pantyhose.

Girdles and “body shapers” are still worn by women (and Men) to shape their figure with a garment. Some of these garments may join a brassiere, becoming functionally the equal to a corset. However, they do not use┬áboning and hence do not produce the constricted waistline characteristic of Victorian-era corsets.

And the traditional short girdles do still exist:

Here’s the one Master hasn’t seen dievca wear, yet:

Dita von Teese Leopard print open girdle with clips