luvsecretlingerie Heavy Duty 18/26 Double Steel Boned Waist Trai

luvsecretlingerie Heavy Duty 18/26 Double Steel Boned Waist Trai

luvsecretlingerie Heavy Duty 18/26 Double Steel Boned Waist Trai

luvsecretlingerie Heavy Duty 18/26 Double Steel Boned Waist Trai:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. The only corset I could find that is small enough to fit and train with! I chose the smallest size available, it fits perfectly, very pretty. I think this is well worth the money, thank you!outlet sale,san antonio mall,max 65% offluvsecretlingerie Heavy Duty 18/26 Double Steel Boned Waist Trai
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  • Satin
  • Busk closure
  • Dry Clean Only
  • We propose 4-5 inches reduction on your waist when putting the corset on. Please choose the corset size based on your waist. For example, for a 22 inch natural waist, Corset Size 18 (Size XXXS/18 Inch corset waist) fits for tight-lacing. Please use our size chart to choose the size.
  • Heavy Duty Double Steel Boned Corset for perfect hourglass figure. This corset can draw in your waist and flatten your tummy amp; suitable for Tight-Lacing, Shaping and Waist Training. This corset also provide solid support to your lumbar, middle and lower back. It can also help with posture correction if wearing it during work.
  • Corset Exterior- Cotton/Satin/Faux Leather/Genuine Leather available, Corset Interior- Cotton with waist tape, Fasten at the front with Rust Free Eyelet, Ties up at the back with Strong Corset Cord Lacing
  • Short Torso Design- Total of 18 Steel Bones- 2 Strong Steel Busk Bones (1 inch wide each) at the front, 4 Rigid Steel Plates and 12 Spiral/Flexible Steel Bones around the corset, 8.5” (22 CM) length for the front (measure from centre), 7” (18 CM) length for the front (measure from underbust), 7” (18 CM) length for the side, 8.5” (22 CM) length for the back, 5” (12.7 CM) length for modesty panel at the back
  • Normal Torso Design- Total of 26 Steel Bones- 2 Strong Steel Busk Bones (1 inch wide each) at the front, 4 Rigid Steel Plates and 20 Spiral/Flexible Steel Bones around the corset, 10.43” (26.5 CM) length for the front (measure from centre), 9.13” (23.2 CM) length for the front (measure from underbust), 9.13” (23.2 CM) length for the side, 10.83” (27.5 CM) length for the back, 5” (12.7 CM) length for modesty panel at the back
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Product Description

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How to select the Corset Size?

  • Please take your measurements based on the photos below.
  • Please choose the size based on natural waist measurement.
  • The corset size selected based on your waist measurements can fit you well as long as your Bust amp; Hip measurements are within the range.
  • The size proposed is 4"-5" reduction on your waist when wearing the corset.

CORSET INSTRUCTION

How To Put On Your Corset:

1. At the back of the corset, untie the bow and then fully loosen the laces. Do not remove the knot at the bottom end of the corset.

2. Detach the front busk fastening and gently loosen the laces at the back. Open the garment as wide as possible with only a pair of small loops at the centre back.

3. Wrap the corset around your body while adjusting the modesty panel so it would be flat under the laces. Fasten the third hook from the bottom first, then fasten all the remaining hooks at the bottom then all remaining hooks at the top. Refasten those that come undone after fastening the others.

4. Gently pull the long loops of the lace until the corset stays in place without holding it.

5. Starting either from the top or bottom, gently tighten the laces while adjusting the modesty panel in its place and smooth it out.

6. Tie the laces into a bow but do not make a knot. Make sure there is 1­2 inches gap between the two sides of the corset. This will vary between the top and bottom depending on the shape of your body. The centre of the corset should be pulled in the most.Note: Corsets require adjustment over a few days. When newly worn, thegap between panels should be between 3­4 inches going down to 1­2 inches over the course of adjustment process.

7. If you want to hide the extra lacing, you can braid it and pass under crossed laces on your corset either from the top or bottom.Note: Never make a knot out of your laces at the center as it will be very difficult to undo the knot when removing your corset.

The First Time You Wear Your Corset:

This corset should feel snug and comfortable. If there is no gap at the back where the lace is, it means the corset is too big for you. Before adjusting the gap at the back, make sure that the gap would be 3­4 inches and 1­2 inches.

Adjusting Your Corset:

You wouldn't wear a brand new pair of shoes out for a long walk, in the same way you don't take your corset out of its package and wear it to it's tightest all day long.

1. Wear the corset so it feels slightly snug, not tight.

2. After 15­-30 minutes, pull the lace a bit.

3. Continue to pull the lace a bit every 15-­30 minutes, until the corset is fully tightened.

Removing Your Corset:

Untie the bow at the back of your corset strings tugging the laces by pulling it loose from the top all the way down the line. Then remove busk from top down.

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26 Double Steel Boned Long Torso Overbust Shaper Corset 26 Double Steel Boned Underbust Tight Shaper Corset 26 Double Steel Boned Cotton Underbust Shaper Corset 18 Double Steel Boned Cincher Waspie Underbust Shaper Mini Corset 26 Double Steel Boned Underbust Tight Shaper Corset 26 Double Steel Boned Waist Training Underbust Tight Shaper Corset
Closure Type Busk Closure Busk/Zip Closure Busk Closure Busk Closure Busk Closure Busk Closure
Length 18.3 13.8" 10.5” 8.5 10.43” 11"
Suitable for Long Torso Long Torso Normal Torso Short Torso Normal Torso Normal Torso
Double Steel Boned 26 26 26 18 26 26
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luvsecretlingerie Heavy Duty 18/26 Double Steel Boned Waist Trai

luvsecretlingerie Heavy Duty 18/26 Double Steel Boned Waist Trai

luvsecretlingerie Heavy Duty 18/26 Double Steel Boned Waist Trai:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. The only corset I could find that is small enough to fit and train with! I chose the smallest size available, it fits perfectly, very pretty. I think this is well worth the money, thank you!outlet sale,san antonio mall,max 65% offluvsecretlingerie Heavy Duty 18/26 Double Steel Boned Waist Trai