Damsel in this Dress Corsets
Purple and Black Medallion Wench Corset and Torian Corsets - RG3
*NOTE* This batch of corsets came from several different show stocks, and therefore, they are actually a mixture of wench corsets and Torians (Wench corsets are 11 inches on the sides and 13 inches long around the back, and Torians are 12 inches on the sides and 15 inches long on the backs. The waist curves in at the same point, but there is just slightly more length on Torian Corsets.) but I didn't want to take all of my life to list all the different slight variations, so they are all put together. If you are someone who absolutely cannot wear both styles (which is really pretty rare...generally only women under 5'1" are too short for the Torian), then you want to stray away from these discounted ones.
*Corsets will fit the size range stated. The lower of the numbers on the size range is what the corset itself measures, and then we allow for up to a two inch gap for adjustibility. We measure our corsets by pulling them taut, like they would be on a body, and then cleanly pulling a measuring tape across the smallest part of the waist. It doesn't work to measure them when they are just laying flat and loose without tension. That's not how they are on a body, that's not how we measure! ;) Consistency! Glory be!
This is my most popular pattern, and the most-redesigned and perfected as well! I love this corset because it is a good universal fit on short and tall ladies, and is a wonderful hybrid breed of a victorian corset, a renaissance bodice, and a waist cincher. You'll be astounded at the quality for the price!
-Our Signature Fiberglass Rod Boning up the Front -Double thickness spring steel boning in 5 other places for a total of 7 bones -Military Grade Grommets -Curving lines perfect for waist whittling and tummy flattening -2-3 layers of upholstery fabric on each pattern piece of the corset