Granted, none of us really take compression voluntarily. If we didn't need it, we wouldn't be faced with the same test of patience every day to put it on and wear it for the day.
Now, after the arm diagnosis and the associated arm compression, I am known to have chosen to flee forwards and to do everything in my power to this day to at least take away the optical horror of the compression. Fortunately, I'm not alone in this. So many admirable women take all the courage together, are open to their supplies and use them fashionably with fun.
Little Red Riding Hood in cherry red
One of them is the magical Jasmine. She is not only involved in her local self-help group, but also likes to take photos for her life. So it came about that she asked me if we would like to bring compression into the world of the Brothers Grimm for her fairy tale picture series.
Fairy tale? Compression? I'm so on board!
The moral of the story
What can I say, look at these wonderful pictures! The compression fits so naturally into the scenery that you almost believe that it couldn't be otherwise. And that's exactly the moral of my story. The more you try to incorporate the compression garment into an outfit, the better it merges with it and, in the end, makes for a great feeling! With the perfect look, I feel perfectly prepared for the day, then nothing stands in my way - not even lipedema.
Which fairy tale could come next, you wonder? Well ... let's ask our good old fairy 😉
Bibidi babidi boo!
I would like to thank Jasmine Reimann from the bottom of my heart for these wonderful pictures and the great time we had together. I look forward to our next time!
Take a look up at her the website stop by and look next to the previous ones fantastic fairy tale shootings also a nice one Lip / lymphedema project.