If you are new to corsetry, this is the perfect entry point piece. If you are a more experienced corset wearer, you will also love the high-quality materials used, and the beautiful shape created by these corsets. This luxury corset has an average 2" waist reduction, which can be worn with or without shapewear to create a stunning waistline.
As with all corsets, this piece can be worn under or over outerwear.
Outerwear - Wear this corset over a pretty top to give you an edge. You can wear it instead of a waist belt, over a simple top, a dress or with a strapless top. The options are endless.
Underwear - If you would prefer to keep your corset hidden, that's a great option too, the only thing you won't be able to hide though will be your beautiful nipped waist. Corsets were and still are used as shapewear. I would recommend wearing a cotton slip under the corset to protect it from damage.
I know that many men and women are very interested in waist training at the moment. Although I would recommend (in an ideal world) buying a custom corset to train in, that doesn't always suit everyone's budget. This corset is perfect for starting to waist train.
It is also possible to tight-lace in this corset. Tight lacing is the act of lacing the corset very tightly for a short period of time, for the purpose of a photo shoot, to temporarily achieve a particular silhouette or simply for the feeling. If this is something that you're interested in achieving, I would recommend sizing down.
This corset is made from coutil, a kind of herringbone or double-woven cotton, similar to denim. This material was used historically for corsets as it is very strong, but because it is cotton it is still breathable. The boning and busk is German made steel. The corset is laced with ribbon, which can be swapped with corset lacing if desired.
These corsets are not sized by waist measurement, instead they are sized with standard Australian clothing sizes (which are the same as UK sizes).
Go for your normal top size, so if you usually buy a size 14 top, I would recommend getting a size 14 corset (in order for the corset to close at the back).
If you're unsure of your size, click on this link and enter your measurements. Use the size indicated in the 'Top' measurement.
As previously mentioned, if you want to achieve a more extreme silhouette while tight lacing, you can size down.
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