****Style Advisory: Excellent value for
a corset creating a gentle hourglass waistline
silhouette in a period-perfect corset in four fabric
layers. This corset smooths but does not reduce
the hipline and is a good choice for full-figures
. This corset is suitable for waist trainingNote the lovely
rosette bodice clips and garter embellishments
for order with your corset or later.
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images below the ordering section.)****
From our corsertiere Jill:
"The Edwardian corset is based on a French corset
pattern dated 1902. The sewing directions with the antique
pattern say "cut out pieces and sew together, add busk,
boning, and eyelets for lacing." This style looks
especially notable when worn with garters. The long line of
the corset from underbust to low hip is especially
romantic and feminine.
Often our full-figure clients appreciate this style
because of its longer torso support, while brides prefer
the style to smooth the hipline underneath form-fitting
The corset is lovely when
constructed in silk duchesse satin as viewed right in two shades
of blue, and traditional linen, cotton, or our fine
cotton-backed satin seen here.
The style also comes in an even
longer version, and a historically-correct
We offer several unique options to allow broad
creativity in your individual design.
If you desire a feature or
embellishment that you don't see offered here, please
email to inquire.
Prices quoted are based on a cotton corset with modest
upcharges for other fabric options.
When measuring for corsetry, kindly consult our
measurement page and view a graphic and images of
precisely how and where specific measurements should be
taken. If you wish us to review your torso photos and
evaluate measurements for correctness, we will invoice
an additional $15.