Monday, May 27, 2019

Padding Your Hips and Rear

I recently obtained a Padded Rear and Hips Shaping Girdle (PR&HSG) from Glamour Boutique.

Glamour Boutique claims that their PR&HSG adds four inches to overall hip measurement (one inch to each hip and one inch to each side of the fanny/bottom) to give an instant realistic feminizing shape.

One inch may not sound like much, but the difference with and without a PR&HSG is very noticeable. I could not believe how hippy I became wearing my PR&HSG. Wow — what a difference!

Glamour Boutique also claims that the padding used in the PR&HSG is carefully sculpted to give seamless curves rather than the bumpy effect so often seen on other padded shapewear.

I wholeheartedly agree. After I slipped on my PR&HSG, what I saw below my waist looked authentic. There was nothing to giveaway the fact that my hips and rear were artificially enhanced.

The PR&HSG also features a crotch flap so you can go to the ladies' room without removing the garment and has hidden garter tabs so you can attach stockings to your PR&HSG.

Very important is the fact that the PP&SG is very comfortable to wear and you will not know you are wearing the PR&HSG unless you see your shapely figure in a mirror. You can wear the PR&HSG all day long and not feel any discomfort.

There are no zippers or hooks and eyes to close after you slip into your PR&HSG. Instead, you must pull a rather stiff garment up over your hips (in my case, I had to pull a garment with a 34-inch waist over my 42-inch hips.) It was so difficult when I "slipped" on my PR&HSG for the first time, I thought that it was the wrong size, but after I managed to pull it over my hips, it fit like a glove. I imagine that after a break-in period, the PR&HSG will have more give and be easier to slip on, but that remains to be seen.

Overall, Glamour Boutique's PR&HSG is a quality product that will improve the figure of any femulator whose lower torso is not naturally well-endowed.

Rogers and Starr
Professional femulators Rogers and Starr, circa 1960


  1. I'm a long time fan of GB. It's the best place to get breast pads (some of us need them, Stana!) and waist cinchers too. If you get on their mailing list, they include little hints on being your best fem self and more.

  2. I've used GB's padded girdle as a matter of course for years. They do a very good job - for the most part. When I started using them in combination with silicone hip pads, the results have been astounding. When I use the hip pads, I take out the foam ones from the girdle, slip the silicone ones underneath my first layer, just to anchor them down a bit as I slip on the girdle. I adjust as needed et voilà - curvy lady achievement unlocked.

    Yes, they certainly need to be broken in, but once that happens, it gets easier to put on the garment.

    Hope you're doing well. :)

  3. I might have to put one of these in my lingerie drawer! I'm 6' tall, and most of these garments I've bought over the years have not been good fits -- much too short for my longer trunk. Any of you ladies my height and have this product? how's the fit? I wonder if my non-foam pads might be slipped into the girdle in place of the foam pads?

    Interesting that Glamour Botique does a clothing translation for us. When I order garments for that part of my body from a traditional store, the "trap door" is called a gusset. "Know your customer base".

  4. Sounds delightful! I'm guessing their size chart refers to waist size? (no explanation of their sizing is offered on the site)

  5. did you use a little talcum to help it slide?

  6. AnonymousMay 27, 2019

    OTOH, Kudos to the pic of the lady in the double-breasted suit dress. V.

  7. Stana,
    I have owned that GB product for years and it gives me the most realistic fem shaped rear and hips. One gripe: it tends to ride up along the legs and show bulges on the thighs through pants and tight dresses.
    Love GB and their annual photo contest, it’s fun!
    Thanks Stana, Love , Eve T

  8. Be advised that the GB girdle is non-refundable if it doesn't work for you.

    It didn't work for me.