I’m now extremely excited to introduce our Lightweight Corset Line, The Lace Mesh Corsets! Aka, the Texas Goth Corsets. The Burgundy with Lace Mesh Underbust Corset can go with Gothic, Renaissance, Pirate, and Steampunk costuming as well as everyday wear. Wear with a chemise, long skirt, and pixie skirt for a Renaissance faire outfit; layer over a dress for a Medieval or Fantasy look; wear with a shirt and layered pixie skirts for a Pirate style; or wear with a high-collared shirt and bustle skirt for a Steampunk look!
Burgundy satin shines on the center front panels, center back panels, and top and bottom trims. The side panels next to the hip ties are created with the burgundy satin layered with the fine floral black lace overlay. Six panels–two on the front and four in the back of the corset–are created with black fine corset mesh overlaid with the fine floral black lace. The mesh lace panels are see through, showing the integrated waist tape of the corset, as well as the garment worn under the corset. The boning channels next to the lace mesh panels are created with black matte satin. In the back and at the hips, it is laced with black satin ribbon.
This corset is comfortable and supportive, with 12 flexible spiral steel bones, a steel busk with two flat steel stays for extra front support, and four flat steel stays to support the back grommets. Constructed with two to three layers of fabric: an inner layer of sturdy cotton twill on the panels with satin, a layer of fine corset mesh on the see-through panels, an overlay of fine floral lace on ten panels, waist tape, and the satin layer. There are four garter loops (no straps included) attached at the inside bottom seam.
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Dimensions in Inches:
Center front: 11.75″ with a 10″ busk
Side length: 9.5″ – 9.75″
Center back: 12.75″
Under bust to hip: 10.25″ – 10.5″
Our classic silhouette has a 4″ rib spring and 7″ hip spring when the hip ties are closed. (This is the difference between the circumference of the ribcage or the hip measurement compared to the waist measurement of the corset when fully closed.) Our steel-boned corsets are intended to be worn with a one inch gap or more between the laces after cinching.