Thursday, October 27, 2011


For anyone considering a corset for their boudoir session, I highly
recommend getting one!
(I have a few on hand for boudoir parties, but not in all sizes.)

They are simply AWESOME.

Please note that there are many different styles and types of corsets.
Some are inexpensive and have plastic boning.
These are great for those that don't actually need any
shaping and just want something pretty to show off their figure.

Then there are the steel boned corsets.
You can buy under the bust or over the bust, but either
will do AMAZING things for your shape.
I've had clients literally take 6 inches off their waists just with a corset.

If you are in the market for a steel boned (aka a "real" corset),
I highly recommend that you check out this website (click link below):

Here is one of my beautiful clients wearing one of my all
time favorite corsets from Corset Story.

(Click photo below to enlarge.)

Monday, October 17, 2011

Close to her heart.

I feel that Miss B's boudoir session fits well with the continued theme of breast cancer awareness. In addition to having her own scare with breast cancer, she's had several women in her family with it. It's a cause that is very close to her heart and she's very involved with breast cancer awareness, from charity events to teaching her Zumba classes in all pink!

Miss B and her husband are very into hockey, which is a new one for me to incorporate into a boudoir session, but I think it turned out pretty darn cute!

One of my favorites!

I love this one because she looks like a goddess.

I see a little bit of Marilyn Monroe here.

Another one of my favorites!

And ending the session with some pinup style fun!

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

You don't need breasts to be sexy! (breast cancer survivor)

Because October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, I thought it was only
fitting for this to be my first post of the month.
Remember to do self breast
exams (and mammograms for those 35 and older) on a regular basis!

I had the honor of meeting the amazing Miss S in St. Louis.
This woman radiates beauty and strength and is just awesome to be around.
She's a breast cancer survivor and is only 37 years old
and the mother of 2 small children.

Getting these photos done was a big step for her and
was part of her healing process. I'm so proud of her for doing this, even if we
were both in tears at one point.
I look up to this woman more than words can say.

When I asked Miss S if she had anything she'd like to say to the other
women out there, this is what she said...

"Embrace your body. Let no one or no thing make you
believe you are less of a person, a woman, or a human being.
You are irreplaceable."