Here you will find wonderfully designed, high quality, custom made corsets for women of all sizes in an array of elegant styles and designs.
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Custom Made Corsets – Bespoke Collection
Why these are the best corsets to buy? Because most suppliers offers only mass-produced corsets, which means that there is no way that they can fit all body types.
But when you order a custom made corset, you will achieve the best possible fit for your body shape because it will be crafted to your exact measurements.
The Bespoke Corset collection are custom fitted to give you perfect waistline without losing comfort. They are made from the highest quality materials and designed and created by master craftsmen.
These underbust corsets will help you slim down a few inches from your tummy area instantly. They are a secret weapon that makes women feel like they’re the star of the show. They will keep your look super elegant and give you a figure that every woman craves.
If you want to give a perfect shape for your bust, then these overbust corsets are perfect for you. They will help you create a fabulous cleavage! With amazing finishing touches such as sexy lace trims and fabrics in a range of attractive colors, they’re very hard to resist.
They are very popular and trendy. They are extremely comfortable to wear. You can wear them both over and under your outfit. They are also breathable and ideal for hot days. These mesh corsets are available in overbust and underbust varieties.
Plus Size Corsets
Big is pretty, but it’s even more attractive when it’s wrapped up in one of these high quality plus size corsets. Use them to create killer curves and a cleavage to die for. They come in a whole range of awesome designs and styles.
Waist Training Corsets
They will give you that hourglass figure you’ve always dreamed. Watch your waist shrink up to four inches with these incredible waist training corsets. Because they feature high quality steel bones, extra-strong seams and cord, you will change the shape of your body permanently.
The only hard part is deciding which of these corsets is the one for you.
The prices are also quite affordable. Do not forget that you can get tailor-made designs. Off the shelf pieces may be cheaper, but why compromise quality for a few dollars?
If you are looking for corsets and waist trainers that are well-fitting, of high quality and worth every dime you spend, click here now.
Tips For Choosing The Best Corset
It can be difficult to figure out which style corset is the best for your body and it can be especially difficult if you are a little bit curvier.
There is no simple answer on how to determine which one to choose. There are a few different factors that you have to take into consideration.
The first factor is your measurements. An accurate set of measurements is going to tell you exactly which size corset you should be ordering.
The next step to take into consideration is whether or not you’re looking for an over or under bust corset. An overbust corset can give you great support in the bust, however that doesn’t mean you should completely discredit an underbust corset.
In fact sometimes the underbust corset can actually give you more support in the bust because you’re actually able to wear it with your own bra.
The great thing about that is that your bra is sized for you individually, so you make sure that you’re getting the exact level of support and comfort that you want.
The other great thing about an underbust corset is that you can very easily pair your underbust corset with a matching bra to give you that overbust look.
The next thing to consider is body shape. Identifying your specific body type will really help you make sure that you’re getting the best comfort and fit for your body. Somebody who is pear-shaped is going to suit a different style corset then somebody who is apple shaped.
If we are wearing the wrong style corset for a body type, we do run the risk of having it sit in ways that are unflattering on our body. It’s when this happens that you run into the risk of having a top from your tummy peeking up underneath your corset or having back bulges because that doesn’t sit up high enough on your torso.
The last thing to consider is style. There are so many beautiful options available. They really can make sure that you’re getting the perfect corset to match your personal style.
It’s important to remember when you first put on your corset that it should fit snug but comfortably to your body. If there is no gap in the back of your corset where the laces are, it means your corset is actually too big and you should be sizing down.
3 Ways to Wear Your Corset
One very obvious and very basic way to wear a corset is when you are in lingerie form. This is perfect for photo shoots or if you’re just going to wear something special for your significant other or for yourself.
There are a couple other ways to wear corsets that really accentuate your body, whether you’re being upfront about wearing the corset or doing something called stealthing.
Stealthing is the process of accentuating your curves and your waistline by wearing the corset underneath your clothes. When you are fully clothed and have your corset on underneath, this is considered the stealthing. If people do not previously know you are wearing a corset, they wouldn’t be able to tell.
It’s an amazing way to accentuate your body and your curves and your natural beauty without being upfront like “I’m wearing a corset!” Your waist is much smaller in the corset and you can also add a belt to accentuate it even further.
Another way to wear your corset is to wear it on top of your clothing. This is amazing for cosplay and Halloween and it’s also amazing if you’re going for a renaissance look or even if you’re just looking for a classic vintage look.
How to measure your entire body to ensure a perfect fit in a corset.
Measurements are so important when trying to pick out your first corset.
Wear only your bra and panties to get the accurate measurement, but you can also wear something that is very comfortable. Also have a full-length mirror so you can see what is going on.
Before we get started on the measuring, here’s a few tips to make sure you get your measurements exactly right.
First make sure to stand straight with your feet slightly apart. Make sure to relax your body. Don’t slouch or overextend yourself. Make sure to use a soft fabric measuring tape. Make sure your measuring tape is snug but not too tight.
Don’t be afraid to measure a couple of times to ensure accuracy.
First up is the bust measurement.
This can be a very important measurement for a overbust and depending on your bust size, you might need to size up. That way you will be comfortable and fit correctly. But it is up to the corset wearer and what you want to do.
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest and back. The measuring tape must be parallel to the ground.
Next is under bust. Measure right at your bra line.
Then we measure the waist. Measure around the narrowest part of your waist. This is usually just above your belly button. Do not suck in your stomach. To get an accurate measurement, it must be relaxed. Keep the tape snug but don’t pull tight.
Next is the high hip or the iliac crest. You can locate your iliac crest by using your fingers to prod on the top of your hips. Feel for the side edge the crest of your hip bone. This is the iliac crest.
Measure around your body at this point.
Finally we have torso length.
Sit in a chair. Be sure to sit up straight. Place the measuring tape centered under your bust and extend the tape to the top of your thigh.
Here’s how to calculate. For a steel boned corset, subtract 4 to 5 inches from the measurement of your waist. For example, if your waist measures 26 inches, you would want to go with a steel boned corset in a size 22 inches.
For a waist training corset, subtract 6 to 7 inches from the measurement of your waist. Therefore, using the same example, if your waist measures 26, you would want to select a waist trainer in a size 20 inches.
How to Season Your Corset
Why you need to do seasoning to achieve maximum results?
Seasoning a corset is the process of breaking in a new corset and mold it over time to fit your body better.
This is so important for the comfort and longevity of your corset, especially if you decided to wear your corset for a special event.
When you first receive your new corset, it can be tempting to immediately put it on and lace it as tight as it’ll go. However, try to resist your urge.
Before you can tighten it to its potential, take some time to break it in and really mold it to your body. Doing this will not only get a new corset wearer used to the feeling of wearing a corset, but can also let an experienced corset wearer get used to a new shape or a style.
Properly seasoned corset really hugs your body, especially the top and the bottom, with no gaping.
This is especially important for those of you who wish to stealthing your corsets.
Here’s how to get your new corset properly broken in and seasoned.
First take your corset out of the package, loosen up the laces and fasten the busk in the front.
Then tighten the laces until they’re snug on your body, but not as tightly as they can go. It should feel like a warm hug.
After wearing a corset like this for about half an hour, pull the laces in a touch more. Continue to take the laces in a small amount every half hour, until the corset is fully tightened.
Repeat this process the next day, but this time you only need to wait 15 minutes between each tightening interval.
Do not wear your corset tightened to its full capacity for more than one to two hours on the first day. Slowly increase the time you wear your corset over the next couple of days.
Feel free to tighten the laces a little bit more every time you wear it as it conforms and molds to your body.
If you don’t have the time to fully season your corsets, feel free to jump right to the 15 minute intervals rather than the 30 minute.
This is the most common way people break in their corsets, but you won’t get the same results as a full season.
We recommend you take your time with this process. Seasoning is truly the key to getting the most out of your corset.