This style was fashionable from the teens till well into 1840ties - this long line corset is great for achieving the correct period silhouette - smooth torso and high breasts.
The corset comes up to mid bust providing the support from below, and the breasts are contained by the chemise. Lacing all the way down the back, the purpose of the corset was not overly restricting the waistline, but just smoothing the body and provide support for the bust. They are surprisingly comfortable too! Putting them on can take some practice - you will need to lean forward and hold up your 'assets' quite high up! - you can see more on the layers and how to put them on here
This is a step up from ou rBare Basics economy version - double layer of cotton coutil, with handstitched eyelets, bones flossed with cotton thread.
*2 layers cotton coutil
* spiral lacing at the back
* handstitched eyelets
* bones secured with basic flossing
* wooden busk in front
* boned with steel bones
*measurements: waist closes at 32", hips 41", underbust 34", bust 40" -cups suitable for bust size C - D
Best suited size 12-14, and can be worn with the 2inches gap at the back, so perfect for waistline 33 - 36"