$96 – $186
This is a classic Victorian style corset – with smooth lines and a gorgeously curvy pattern. It’s extremely high quality – made with heavyweight fabrics, spiral steel bones at the sides, and straight steel in front and in back.
It’s available in 6 styles, and 9 colors. It can be purchased along with a full custom-made costume, or custom-made wedding dress. Or if you catch me when I’m about to place an order from my corset maker, you can order it by itself.
My awesome corset supplier has a order minimum requirement, but it can be made up of mixed sizes, mixed fabrics, and even mixed corset styles! So if you catch me when I’m about to place a new order from them, I can order the corset of your dreams, in your choice of style, size, and fabric. I can even have them customize the corset to your measurements, for the best possible fit.
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I did not draft the pattern for this corset. As a result, there are a couple limitations to the fit. The busk can bow out a bit in the stomach area. If you wear this with one of my skirts (my skirts are draped across the front or full enough to minimize the “stomach-pushing” effect corsets can have) it will not be noticeable.
Unless you have a short torso, you may wish to wear this corset over a chemise. It’s an overbust, but the pattern is Victorian, and corsets were rather lowcut in those days!
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Measure bust at largest point, and high hips around the tops of the hip bones. If your sizes do not fit neatly into the charts above, please feel free to contact me for help determining your size.
These corsets require breaking in – your first time wearing them should not be the day of your special event! Instead, you’ll want to put your corset on for just a few hours at a time – both to get your body used to the feeling, and to start the process of the corset itself molding to your form. You’ll start by lacing the corset loosely – so that the modesty panel in back barely touches below the lacing. It may take several days of breaking in before you’re able to comfortably wear your corset all day long.
If you wear size 24 or smaller, or if your measurements vary a lot from the size charts, you may want to order this corset made-to-measure. A made-to-measure corset will mold to your form more quickly, and will be more comfortable at the end of the process.