Ever wondered why Victorian women have that “to-die-for” figure? It’s not all diet and exercise—they owe their hourglass shape to corsetry. While it is a rather risky practice or the price you have to pay for beauty during those times, corsets are still widely popular today.
And it’s not hard to see why. The intricate design and its aesthetic purpose remain a classic. And these corsets continue to evolve—adapting new technology in manufacturing them and using more economical and lightweight materials.
That being said, the Glamourous Faux Leather Corset is a perfect example of a well-loved traditional design with a modern twist. With faux leather as its main material, this girdle is a stunner. Now before you arch your brows on us, synthetic leather is not something bad. Sure, it is a more affordable alternative to genuine leather, but the material has its claim to fame, too.
This textile is one of the manufacturer’s favorites because it is versatile and easy to work with. They are also stain-resistant, thus, requiring very minimal upkeep. And because faux leather is generally softer than the genuine one, it can be stitched seamlessly.
This gorgeous corset has a sweetheart neckline, which showcases your bouncy breasts. The apparel has a two-part busk for a more secure fastening. Like all corsets, this piece has bonings to hold its shape and provide more support. There are metal grommets at the back, where a satin ribbon is inserted in a criss-cross manner. You can tighten the fit of the panels according to your preference by pulling the ribbon and tying a dainty knot at the top. You can pair it with anything, from trousers to skirts, or even with your naughty lacy lingerie!
The Glamourous Faux Leather Corset is available in Red and Black. There are nine sizes to choose from—ranging from Small to 6XL, so you’re sure to get your best fit. Don’t miss the chance to grab this item today!
|Sizes||S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL, 4XL, 5XL, 6XL - Refer to the size chart below for the measurements|
|Washing Tips and General Instructions||Wash with warm water. Avoid detergents and soaps. Always wipe away excess water with a soft towel and leave to dry flat or hang up to drip dry. Never tumble dry, dry clean or iron your garment. Do not use washing powder or bleach for washing.|