wedding corsets

In order to show off the beau­ti­ful curves of my fig­ure, brides most often choose wed­ding corsets. Thanks to them, you can visu­al­ly improve the shape of the neck­line and make the waist aspen. And mod­ern dec­o­ra­tive jew­el­ry turns a wed­ding dress into a real work of art and puts many girls in front of the prob­lem of what to choose.

What to choose: corset or cor­sage?

The direct pur­pose of the corset is to tight­en the waist, giv­ing the fig­ure an hour­glass shape as much as pos­si­ble. Thanks to its design, you can “lose weight” by sev­er­al kilo­grams, increase your chest and hide a small tum­my. The main incon­ve­nience of this out­fit is a com­pressed state, which can cause dis­com­fort. There­fore, do not be too zeal­ous when tying laces. For slen­der girls, you can choose a corset size to size, but for chub­by girls, you should take a mod­el one size small­er.

Wom­en’s cor­sage is an out­fit that is pure­ly dec­o­ra­tive. That is, it looks like a fash­ion­able corset for a wed­ding, but is com­plete­ly unsuit­able for body shap­ing. It can be stretched and zip­pers, hooks or but­tons are often used instead of lac­ing.

The most relevant corsets for brides

In a wed­ding dress, a corset with a skirt can be either sewn in or sep­a­rate. If you choose a corset sep­a­rate­ly and a skirt sep­a­rate­ly, then remem­ber that you need to pur­chase the top first.

Most often, corsets are trimmed with del­i­cate lace in light shades:

  • white;
  • beige;
  • Ivory;
  • cham­pagne col­ors;
  • pale pink;
  • sky blue.

Although recent­ly mod­els of sat­u­rat­ed col­ors have begun to appear, for exam­ple, red, laven­der and even black. It all depends on the pref­er­ences of the bride her­self and the style of the wed­ding. Dec­o­rate wed­ding corsets very gen­er­ous­ly and lux­u­ri­ous­ly. In progress are:

  • lace inserts;
  • embroi­dery;
  • beads, sequins and rhine­stones;
  • orig­i­nal lac­ing;
  • ruf­fles and flounces.
See also
Wedding dresses for girls in summer