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- 26 high density steel bone details and corset measurements diagram are in the images.
- 4 Layers of cloth : 1 x Taffeta outer layer : 2 x Reinforcing cotton middle layers : 1 x Extra strength cotton inner lining layer
- Please see the size chart in the images for detailed sizing instructions. Do not use the Amazon size chart.
- Designed to pull in the wearers waist, flatten the tummy, improve posture and give a 6-7" waist reduction. Ideal for waist training and weight loss.
- VERY IMPORTANT - When buying, make sure the seller is True Corset. Playgirl is a registered trademark and is ONLY sold by True Corset on Amazon. AVOID COUNTERFEITS. Details below.
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This specialist waist training or tightlacing corset is ideal for slimming and weight loss, helping give a 6-7" waist reduction. It is perfect for some cosplay fun or as gothic corset. It can be worn under or over clothes, whatever your style this corset is your go to piece
BONING - 12" Steel busk front closure, 26 steel bones (6 flat steel and 20 spiral steel). All the steel used is high density European steel. Details on the corset diagram in the images.
SIZING - Please see the size chart in images for detailed sizing instructions. Please select your size based on your corset wearing experience. Do not use the Amazon size guide.
MEASUREMENTS - 11" Back length, 9” side length, 13" bust to hem. Details on the corset diagram in the images.
4 LAYERS OF CLOTH - Taffeta outer cloth laminated to 2 middle layers of strong cotton for extra strength and added reinforcement. Then the corset is lined with an additional layer of cotton cloth for superior strength.
Lace up back with 6” wide modesty panel
6 Suspender loops
4 Halter/Shoulder strap loops
Crafted by a skilled corsetiere
VERY IMPORTANT - When buying make sure the seller is True Corset.
When you select your item, if a name other than True Corset appears, click the link below ‘Other Sellers On Amazon’ to the right of the screen and select True Corset.
PLAYGIRL is a registered trademark and is ONLY sold by True Corset on Amazon. AVOID COUNTERFEITS
RETURNS - We offer no-nonsense refunds or exchanges up to 30 days from purchase.
IMAGES - These image have been taken on this corset. We do not use images of other companies.
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- ASIN: B007MPF7T0
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 6, 2012
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Some things I hate about it (but I guess it's just a part of corset life): it's hard to breath. It also pushes my lower stomach dooooown like if I don't stand up straight all of that pressure will feel like it's going straight to my uterus so that's kinda uncomfortable to say the least (dangerous? maybe), and forget eating in this thing when you first get used to it, I felt like I couldn't keep anything down. So baby steps. And lastly t's pretty uncomfortable if you have never worn one before, you really need to get used to how it feels. Depending on how tight you lace it, you may start to notice your organs in there and how unhappy they may be.
Some things I love about it: it's beautiful! gives you an amazing hourglass shape, I saw a noticeable difference when I took it off, it's sturdy and it took 3 inches off of my waist instantly. Seems like it would really give great long term effects in terms of waist size.
Real corset, not a costume piece
Perfect for waist training/tight-lacing
Good quality for an awesome price
Great corset for beginners
I used Amazon's size chart, not theirs, and I'm glad.
I hate the triangular piece between the boobs.
This is a real corset, not a costume piece, and probably one of the best you can get for the money. It's perfect for tight-lacing or early waist training and seems durable enough to stand up to daily wear. I've been breaking mine in for a bit over a week now, and I'm in love. Everyone talks about how terrible off the rack corsets are, but it's really comfortable. I've been on the fence about buying a corset for a while, and I'm glad I finally did.
As much as I love it, though, I do have a few problems with the garment. These problems are pretty much all with my body type and not with the corset itself, but I'll list them to forewarn girls with a similar build. If your hips are larger than your ribcage by a good margin, this corset isn't going to be the best fit for you.
There isn't a lot of curve to the bottom, so it's a bit too small on my hips. The edges don't stay parallel all the way down (as they should on a corset with a perfect fit), and any attempt at extreme tight-lacing is going to result in some serious corset muffin without some good shapewear bottoms. I'm also not a huge fan of the triangular piece that comes between your boobs, and I imagine it would be even more annoying if you're large-chested (which I'm not). Despite this, I still love this corset and it's a great beginner piece for anyone just getting into corseting or on the fence.
Tips for First-Time Buyers:
Before you buy, decide what you want to use the corset for. If you want to use it for waist-training, like me, you're probably going to want one significantly smaller than your measured waist size so you can use it longer. Corsets are generally good for a 4-6 inch reduction, so your corset size should be about 4-6 inches smaller than your natural waist. If you're very skinny or super-toned, go with a corset four inches smaller, and take your training slower. If you have a bit more give to your waist, you can probably get one with a six. I have a 30' waist, and I bought the 24' corset. It's a great fit, and I'm glad I didn't go with the suggested larger size.
NEVER wash your corset. For cleaning tips, look at methods online. DO NOT immediately tight-lace your corset. Corsets need to be broken in properly before they are used for any real cinching, both for your comfort and your corset's lifespan. You need to season it for a while before subjecting it to harsh wear. See how at: https://orchardcorsetblog.com/tag/seasoning-your-corset/ NEVER take your corset off without fully loosening the laces first. I guarantee that all of the reviews complaining about broken busks and snapped clasps are due to one of those two user errors (or both).
If you're new to corseting in general, do your research before buying a corset or beginning a waist-training journey. There are some great websites out there to help you get started.
I bought the corset to train my waist (which is the same size as my under-bust-- 31"...I'm a straight line) so I can finally get an hour-glass shape. Nope! And I can't return it because their return policy (which they don't even post on their Amazon page, kinda shady!) is horrible. I wrongly assumed that because there was no return policy stated on their seller page, that it was a free return like this page says at the top.
I will go to a reputable corset seller who uses my actual measurements. I've already wasted money, might as well invest in one that will actually do the job!