Gina wrote, "Without padding, I am straight-sided, straight-backed, boy-shaped. I don’t look real, and regardless of whether or not anyone would notice, I don’t like it myself.
"I just love my curves and the feminine look they give me. I never go out without them, except on a hot summer day when I wear only panties and bra under a loose, flowing, summer dress.
"My padded body looks great in the bodycon dresses I love to wear. But, I have had to experiment over the years to get it just right.
"My lessons learned:
"– Do it, but don’t overdo it; too much is as bad as too little.
"– Always look in a full-length mirror to make sure it looks right, i.e., symmetrical, properly-positioned and no ridges.
"– Use a padded panty instead of a larger garment. It’s a lot more comfortable and easier in the ladies room. I love my Bubbles Hipee and Squeem Perfect Waist – a perfect combination!
"– Use a panty with only two pads, one for the hip and butt on each side. I have tried 4-pad panties (two hip and two butt) and found them to be cumbersome and difficult to control.
"– I have found that the 4-pad panties sometimes have gaps or valleys between the hip and butt – especially in a bodycon dress or pencil skirt (maybe it’s just me).
"– On the Internet, go to Dress Tech for the ultimate in hip pads. I saw these demonstrated at the 2015 Keystone Conference – very impressive, but expensive and maybe heavy. Couldn’t wear with my bikini. I’m waiting for the hip and butt version to come out before I decide.
"Whatever you wear – enjoy it and be confident!"
Bonnie wrote, "In response to your request, there is no need to ever Be Behind in the future, as I have some URLs for you to solve your concerns, and Be Prepared:
"TRANSFORM Padded Panty: http://www.thebreastformstore.com/mens-padded-panty2.aspx
"Underworks Padded Panty: http://www.thebreastformstore.com/underworks-padded-panty-girdle.aspx
"I have patronized this store for several years and have always been pleased with the products, prices and service. Hope this solves your query."
|Actor David Suchet as Lady Bracknell on the|
British stage in The Importance of Being Earnest.