Corsets: The New Fast Rising Fashion Item

  • Corsets belong to the women’s world now.
Corsets Fashion

Unpopular Opinion: Girls like their waists snatched. We like it looking all glitz and glam.

Over the years, corsets have climbed the ladder of fashion and are gradually getting the crown as they’ve progressed from merely being worn under the dress, they are now THE DRESS.

A corset is a garment worn to hold and train the torso into a desired shape, traditionally a smaller waist or larger bottom, for aesthetic or medical purposes (either for the duration of wearing it or with a more lasting effect), or support the breasts. Both men and women are known to wear corsets, though this item was for many years an integral part of women’s wardrobes.

Wearing of corsets originated from France when the wife of king Henry II of France, Catherine de’ Medici placed a ban on thick waists during a court attendance. For over 300 years, women’s primary means of support was the corset, with laces and stays made of whalebone or metal. This was the usefulness of corsets in the early centuries. A means of shaping the waist worn under clothes.

Moving down to the 18th century, corsets are now fashion statements worn as a piece of clothing and not mainly as an underwear that helps to sharpen the waist.

The corset fashion trend is one that I absolutely adore, they’re quite exquisite and the designs are beyond human comprehension, Contrary to popular belief that they could hurt ones waist if worn frequently, Most of the corsets worn in the 18th century are made with body friendly materials and as a result, they are quite comfortable to wear.

A corset is definitely a must have in every lady’s wardrobe, they come in different designs, sizes, materials, outfits; ranging from tops to dresses. Get your waist snatched boldly without harming yourself with a corset today.

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