Damsel in this Dress Corsets
Damsel Corset Elrond Jacquard - FLR
*Corset are measured by pulling them taut and measuring along the smallest part of the "hourglass curve". The smaller measurement is the corset measurement itself, and then we allow for up to a 2 inch gap in the lacings. Be sure to measure your waist according to the instructions below!!
-Overbust measurement chart:
For waists of these sizes, this is the general range of bust measurement (not bra size!) they will fit! Remember, if your chest measurement is larger, you will probably STILL be fine, just have a little bit more lift and cleavage than other gals. It's still generally best to go by waist size, maybe adding an inch if you are especially blessed up top.
Waist Sizes/ Bust Range
-24 or 25”/31-33”
-26 or 27”/34-36”
-28 or 29”/36-38”
-30, 31 or 32”/39-41”
-33, 34 or 35”/42-46”
-36, 37 or 38”/47-50”
39, 40 or 41”/50-54”
42, 43, or 44”/55-57”
45, 46, or 47”/58-60”
48, 49, or 50”/61-64”
-This Corset is a reworked version of a piece that I had done previously in the past. It was made specifically to work better at Renaissance Festivals where they demand that the “styles” of bodice worn are more historically correct. Even though this is not technically “period” (Holy night, NOTHING is!) it is a lot closer than more of our other edgier patterns!
-It has a beautifully shaped square neckline and the boning and shaping in the front only comes about halfway up the breasts. It DOES work on larger and smaller cup sizes equally, because the neckline is doing more of a “shaping & pressing upward” rather than a “cupping”. The straps anchor in the center back and are very adjustable for different heights and shoulder widths.
Features: *Fiberglass Rod Boning in the front *9 different boning points with European spring steel boning for extra rigidity. *2-3 layers of upholstery fabric at all points. *Stitched with heavy jeans thread *2-layer, military-grade brass grommets *Extra upholstery squares sewn into ends of all boning channels, so boning won't poke through.
*To measure your own waist, be sure to hold the measuring tape as tightly as possible around the smallest part of your waist. If you want the corset to completely close, order your exact measurement size (e.g. if you measure 25, order a 25-27.) If you want a gap in the lacings, order an inch or two down (e.g. You measure 25, but order a 24-26).