The truth about corset liners

There appears to be a new trend in the corset world:
Corset liners
While I understand how the idea of a corset liner could be good, the fact of the matter is that you shouldn’t waste your money on one.
Corset liners are generally made of lycra or spandex, the problem with these materials is that they do not breathe. So for all this talk of how they protect your skin and the corset I would say that the opposite is true. Spandex and lycra will make you sweat especially when you put a proper corset over the top.

Lacing up your corset

In this article I will take you through the main methods of lacing up your corset and how to do it on your own.

There are 3 main methods of lacing up your corset: top to bottom, Loops in the middle or two laces laced from top to middle and bottom to middle. These are not the only methods, there are many more versions out there, some get incredibly complex but for the purpose of making your life easier lets focus on the 3.

Lacing your tight lacing corset from top to bottom:

Corset terminology

An overview on the Terminology used in Corsets, comparing traditional and modern terminology (how the terminology has adapted due to misuse of the original words.)

Over centuries, the definition of the corset has changed, predominantly since the corset reentered the mainstream market courtesy of Vivienne Westwood and Jean-Paul Gaultier, the transformation of the terms were aided drastically by the invention of online shops and auction sites.

Comparison of cuts

Common elements and benefits:

All of our corsets pull in your waist by 4 inches (10cm), make you look fantastic and will give you that majestic hourglass figure. They are specifically cut to exaggerate your natural female figure, flattening out the tummy, show off and draw attention to your curvy hips and bust. They prevent slouching, aiding your ladylike posture.

Wearing the corset gives you a great feeling of empowerment, knowing everything is held in place, tucked away and your best features accentuated is a major confidence booster.

Waist Training

Waist training requires dedication and devotion, it is not something that will just happen by occasionally wearing a corset and it will take time, it will also need maintenance.

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