Two new corset shapes
Improving our designs and meeting your needs are our main goals. Because of that, we are developing new corset patterns. We have started working in underbust styles, and overbust ones will come later. We're so happy with first results so we can offer different choices for our most exclusive customers who are into amazing waists and also for those who prefer subtle enhancing and best comfort.
The designs that we are featuring you are the prototypes made by our designer in her own size (she wears 42 EUR | 14 UK) so you may see properly how they fit. We're specially interested in showing the shape of both patterns highlighting the differences between them and also how they modify our designer's natural silhouette.
These styles have some different features but also a couple of things in common: hourglass type shape and solid construction. Hourglass shape is a very rounded one, wide at the ribs and hips, narrow at the waist area, so curvy (basic style waist reduction is quite soft so we are thinking about using a different shape for it). What we mean when we say "solid construction" is, like all our designs, both styles have at least two fabric layers, several steel bones (flat and spiral), reinforced seams and waist tape. Now we got the similarities let's talk about differences.
- Smooth waist reduction: If hips are a 100%, waist is 66%
- Fairly easy construction (a good corset always needs special attention): 5 panels for each side and two strong fabric layers sewn together.
- Plain front with no closure or basic closure systems (lacing or zip)
- Straight back for comfortable wear.
ADVANCED REDUCTION CORSET
- Advanced waist reduction: If hips are a 100%, waist is about a 61%
- Complex and labourious construction: 8 panels for each side, three layers of fabric sewn individually for further strenght.
- Classic busk closure system (can be another style if design requires it).
- High back for the best support.
There is something we would love to note before finishing this posts, it's about hips coverage. If you compare both styles you'll realize that the advanced prototype is longer than basic one. Big reductions usually go with great hips coverage, however, we are not setting that as a key principle since we don't want limits for our designs. We want to be free to create for you, to surprise you, to seduce you!
We hope you've enjoyed this post! See you soon!