Yes, I'm still alive. As many of you know, my life is a busy one and I certainly like it that way. I have been traveling a lot lately - had a great time in Germany (will write a spezial post about my time in Berlin) and I am working, studying, working, studying...
When Aimee from What Katie Did (http://www.whatkatiedid.com) got in contact with me to host a Giveaway, I just couldn’t say no! I have always loved their stockings and couldn’t wait to get my hands on some more What Katie Did lingerie.
If you haven’t heard of What Katie Did before, they are a vintage reproduction lingerie brands who produce authentic 1940s and 1950s designs. The brand is famous for making spiral stitched 1950s Bullet Bras. I’m wearing a Padded Bullet Bra(http://www.whatkatiedid.com/product/544/bullet-bra) in peach, I love soft colours for lingerie.
When discussing what to giveaway I was simply blown away by their traditional steel boned corsets. I had to give one away to only of my lovely followers! What Katie Did corsets take an amazing 3-4 inches off your natural waist line. They are made with spiral steel boning to really cinch in your waist! I’ve teamed up with What Katie Did to send you any Classic Underbust (http://www.whatkatiedid.com/products/corsets/66-classic-underbust-corsets) or Classic Overbust (http://www.whatkatiedid.com/products/corsets/65-classic-overbust-corsets) of your choice.
I chose the Mae Underbust Corset (http://www.whatkatiedid.com/product/692/under_bust_corset) in Vintage Peach. The Mae Corset has gorgeous gored hips which gives me a wonderful hourglass shape. For your chance to own a Classic What Katie Did Corset of your choice, click here (http://www.whatkatiedid.com/competition) to enter your details. Giveaway ends 5th of August Midnight (GMT+1)
If you don’t win, my fellow European followers will be pleased to know that What Katie Did have recently produced a European website (http://www.whatkatiedid.com/en_eu/index.php) with lower postage charges.
Wearing What Katie Did seamed stockings. I love them!!!
Photos © Angelica Photography (Maja Topčagić)
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