Sarah's Corsetry

Hiya I'm Sarah, I'm 16 years old, this is my corset blog. I currently have three 18 inch corsets. The cs-301 and the cs-426 from orchardcorset.com and the wide hips underbust from restyle.pl. I will answer questions so feel free to send them. Thanks for checking out my blog! :}

thelingerieaddict:

Dita von Teese Madam X Underwire & Non Underwire Bra via ASOS

These are so pretty I want the madame X collection so bad omg. The ruby red on the top bra is so persuasive. I better start saving my money


Eugène Atget - Boulevard de Strasbourg, Paris, 1912 (via)

Eugène Atget - Boulevard de Strasbourg, Paris, 1912 (via)

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18 inch restyle corset
Went to rocky horror as magenta and wore these :)

Went to rocky horror as magenta and wore these :)

Anonymous said: What is a scalloped corset? I've heard they are easier to sit in.

Im pretty sure scalloped only has to do with lace on the corset. You may wanna check on google and do some research :)

Today I reached 500 followers. I’m so happy to know that so many people support me in my tight lacing. I figured I’d take this opportunity to explain why I began this style swing. Though I’m only sixteen, having a small waist was a goal of mine for a while before I went ahead and bought my first corset. It was actually after believe-innightmares (Nicole) told me about it.  Today’s society shapes girls into what they think is the appropriate size and style. Many people feel the need to be skinnier to fit that view and be accepted, and that shouldn’t be. People should feel comfortable in their own skin without the pressure of fitting into other peoples views. I wanted to break those rules that were brought on by society by making a statement that my body is mine regardless of what others see fit.  With my corsetry I believe I achieved that. I’ve had many reactions to my 18 inch corset (some bad) , but this never stopped me from wearing it. I love the way I look. I walk down the school hallway with pride and confidence. I understand that others do not see what I see. But the truth is they’re not supposed to.

Today I reached 500 followers. I’m so happy to know that so many people support me in my tight lacing. I figured I’d take this opportunity to explain why I began this style swing. Though I’m only sixteen, having a small waist was a goal of mine for a while before I went ahead and bought my first corset. It was actually after believe-innightmares (Nicole) told me about it.  Today’s society shapes girls into what they think is the appropriate size and style. Many people feel the need to be skinnier to fit that view and be accepted, and that shouldn’t be. People should feel comfortable in their own skin without the pressure of fitting into other peoples views. I wanted to break those rules that were brought on by society by making a statement that my body is mine regardless of what others see fit.  With my corsetry I believe I achieved that. I’ve had many reactions to my 18 inch corset (some bad) , but this never stopped me from wearing it. I love the way I look. I walk down the school hallway with pride and confidence. I understand that others do not see what I see. But the truth is they’re not supposed to.

Can’t get over how nice this curve is.

Can’t get over how nice this curve is.

Just opened my mail! Heres my 18 inch Restyle corset! Let the seasoning begin. Also, i barely even have this laced yet and look at the curve it gives, Im so pleased with this purchase. The pattern is beautiful. 

Just opened my mail! Heres my 18 inch Restyle corset! Let the seasoning begin. Also, i barely even have this laced yet and look at the curve it gives, Im so pleased with this purchase. The pattern is beautiful. 

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thecorsetauthority:

Instagram went crazy for this so I thought I would be nice and share it with you lot as well. Laced to 16.5” in this longline mesh sample which unfortunately stretches while wearing and reverts to 16 once off. Dastardly thing. -Scarlet

you are so pretty holy god and your waist is to die for 

thecorsetauthority:

Instagram went crazy for this so I thought I would be nice and share it with you lot as well. Laced to 16.5” in this longline mesh sample which unfortunately stretches while wearing and reverts to 16 once off. Dastardly thing.
-Scarlet

you are so pretty holy god and your waist is to die for 

justcorsets:

Gusseted 1870s corset from ‘Before The Automobile’ - a historical fashion blog.

The shape of this corset is straight out of my dreams, and yet it’s made of only one layer of coutil, with external bone casings, and really lovely flossing detail. I have a very soft spot for historically accurate corset patterns, and this is one of the nicest I’ve seen. It’s definitely something I’d like to try to make for myself in the future, though I’d much prefer it as an underbust!

Hello corset community, after seeing Scarletts and Lucys review for the restyle wide hip underbust i decided to make the purchase. The corset was 56 dollars but I had to pay 16 dollars for the shipping which I wasnt expecting, but I live in the USA and I know the company is from poland. Has anybody else had to pay that much for shipping from the website? I was wondering cause everyone says the corsets only about 55 dollars and I had to pay about 75 in total.

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kristenwiiggle:

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I’m laughing harder than when I first saw this in the 6th grade 

hahahaha fuck

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olliekirkland:

you are the dancing queen

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trencly:

tips on how to properly enter my room:

  1. do not

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