Damsel in this Dress Corsets
Voyager Corset in Bubblegum Pink with Lace Details
*This is a style that I personally love so much that I want to marry it and have its babies, but I HATE making it so much that I want to break up with it and have the upper hand and see it at Wal-Mart one day when I'm looking super fine and it's gained weight and is wearing sweatpants. Ahem. So, anyway, it HAD been discontinued, because the detail work on the shoulders takes us so long that I need to charge something like $250 for these, but I'm way too chicken (we keep making the joke at work that we need to stop "chickening out....we must chicken IN!" ). So, I vowed only to make them maybe once a year from now on, so here is our batch for 2020!
*When measuring! Measure your high waist, usually above the belly button or around the smallest part. Hold measuring tape as snug as possible, and that gives you an idea of how much "squish" your own unique shape has! (However, if you know for a fact that you are blessed either in the bust area or the hips area, I always recommend adding an inch to this squeezed tight size. We want everything to fit everywhere!)
* Keep in mind that our corsets some in size "ranges"! When we say that a corset will fit a 35-37" waist, for example, this means that the ACTUAL corset itself measures 35 inches when pulled taut. However, you could also wear that 35" if you had a 36" or a 37" waist, it would just have a small gap in the lacings!
-These lovely corsets have beautifully curving lines, a magically enhancing underbust shape, super adjustable shoulder straps (that adjust side to side and up and down) and edgy foldover button-down collars that make them really cute for steampunk or pirate wear. If you buy them and wear them, you will be so captivating that you will cast spells on all those who encounter you, and you'll most likely be given free gifts, money, food, and love. (results may vary.)
-Boned in 9 Places with our double-thickness, rigid European Spring steel AND our Signature Rubber Dipped Fiberglass Rod Busks. -Sewn with heavy duty textile thread that is used to make sails and military gear. -Grommeted with large, high quality two-piece grommets made in the good ole USA! -Reinforced at the front with extra strips of upholstery sprayed down and glued with industrial adhesive, so those grommets WILL NOT pull out of the fabric when you put pressure on them!