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Lucy's Personal Update:

Greetings everyone! It's been about 3 weeks since my last newsletter. Since so many people have been home from work, the number of emails I've been receiving have probably quadrupled!

(Don't get me wrong, I love hearing from all of you! It just takes time to respond to each one of you personally.)

I've also been posting more to my Patreon, and have been chronicling all the little things I need to consider when developing a new corset line. I know so much more now than I did when I first started making OTR lines back in 2015, and if you've ever wondered about the ins and outs of making a new OTR line and wanted to ask me questions about it, feel free to join at or above the $5/month mark.

Now for the exciting stuff: sales!

An "at cost" sale? Yes, really.
Help me clear these corsets out!

I really really appreciate you, and I really really can't stand seeing only one or two corsets hanging around in stock of each of my clearance styles. It's a burden to keep inventory of them, and I want to cull the range of corsets I sell.

In order to clear out the RM and Vollers corsets, I've placed them "at cost".

Yes, for most of the styles, I only reduced the price a further $4 or $6. That's literally the net profit I've been making on most of them these past few months, after wholesale prices and merchant fees. That's why they're not worth it to keep in my shop. I want them gone.

In other words: the price you see now is the absolute lowest I can go without going into debt. I'm breaking even on these. They are literally at cost. I gave my Patrons a head start because most of them have already donated the difference I would've earned on the corsets anyway (and then some).

The remaining sizes include 18", 20", 22", 30", 32", and 34".

Now it's your turn. And after this weekend, anything left over will be shared on my social media.

The catch: they're final sale. (I'm really serious about this. No take-backsies.)

Want to see what's still in stock in your size? Click here.

Need a quick sizing recommendation? Click here.

Sale: Sculptress Hip Pads now 20% off
Clicking this will give you hips (sort of.)
Lucy wears the Jade corset by Glamorous Corset
No, it's not the rubber cincher. Look down!

Hear me out on this. I don't often consider adding non-corset products to my shop, and when I do, I make sure it's at least corset-adjacent and of trustworthy quality.

David from Sculptress Fashions first contacted me nearly 6 months ago, and I slowly got to know more about their silicone prosthetic shapers (hip pads), over time.

I'm not the curviest girl naturally. My pelvis is boney and relatively narrow, and even at dramatic waist reductions, there are still some corsets that I won't ever be able to properly fill out in the hips. Think of Orchard's CS-479, or many WKD and MCC corsets made for pear-shapes -- or even my own Gemini! They all gape and flare away at the bottom edge on me, and it kinda stinks that I have to say no to reviewing these corsets because I know there's no way they would fit my body properly. David offered to send me a sample of the hip pads, and lately I've been using the pads under my corsets... and they've opened up a new world to me.

Yep, hip pads are not just for performers and AMAB folks. And I'm pretty excited about how I can combine corsets and hip pads for my corset reviews, and in my reproduction vintage wear for future Outfit of the Day / Dressing with Corsets videos! In the Victorian and Edwardian eras, and even up to the New Look era in the 1940s, women padded out their hips - so this is nothing new.

The standard length hip pads fill out everywhere from my obliques above the iliac crest (adding an extra two inches of "love handles" for lack of a better term), to a full 4-5 extra inches at the low hip and derriere, and tapering down the thighs.

David has generously offered a 20% off sale from now through to July. Got questions? Feel free to hit "reply" and tell me your hip-related ails.

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Lucy Corsetry

17600 Yonge Street PO Box 21545,
Newmarket ON
L3Y 8J1 Canada

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