A Must-Have in Every Lingerie Lover’s Closet
A Must-Have in Every Lingerie Lover’s Closet
A sexy corset is a must-have in every lingerie lover’s closet. Wear it casually for a chic look or pair it with a tube top for an alluring, flirty look that’ll make your man drool.
The sexy corset trend is back and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Take a look at our sexy corset collection to find the hottest styles available online.
Sexy Lingerie Sets
A sexy corset can be an incredibly flattering style for voluptuous figures. Its shapely hourglass silhouette is instantly glam and can help you look and feel more beautiful than ever. It also provides a bit of added lift and support to the bust, which can be particularly useful for women with larger cup sizes.
Choosing the right lingerie can be tricky. It’s essential to pick a style that looks great on your body type and fits your unique personal style. This might require a little trial and error, but it’s well worth the effort.
You’ll also need to think about your budget. Thankfully, there are plenty of options that won’t break the bank.
If you’re looking for a bra that’s more comfortable than traditional push-up styles, you can try a soft stretchy bralette like this one. It’s crafted in a metallic foiled lace fabric and features front clasp closures and adjustable straps. This style also has power-mesh lining for all-day comfort.
Sexy bralettes can also be a great addition to your lingerie drawer for casual nights out with friends. They’re a simple way to add a little sexy detail to your night out outfit, and they can be worn with a range of shorts and bikinis for extra coverage and sensuality.
Alternatively, a flirty garter belt is another sexy lingerie option that’s great for pairing with your favorite lingerie pieces. This pretty-in-pink playful suspender belt has a two-gate hook-and-eye back closure and four adjustable garter straps that are perfect for adding a little flair to your lingerie rotation.
No woman should ever feel guilty for accumulating a collection of lingerie sets. It’s a healthy habit that will ensure you have enough variety and quality to last you a long time. However, it is essential to keep your lingerie organized and in good condition.
Flamboyant Lace Corsets
The corset is a staple in many a brides’ wardrobe, especially the lace up variety. The design is famous for tightening the top of the body and sculpting that desirable hourglass figure. It’s also a great way to make sure you stay comfortable all night long.
The most important part of the equation is finding the right one for you. You don’t want a flimsy cheapie, you want something that will last. A good rule of thumb is to find a corset that isn’t too tight or too loose, and doesn’t restrict your movement. This will help you achieve your best figure, and feel more confident on your special day.
While a corset isn’t for everyone, there are plenty of sexy options available. We’ve rounded up our favorites to give you a gander at what we think are the best of the bunch. Hopefully, you’ll find one for yourself in our gallery! You may also be interested in our selection of sexy lingerie. If so, don’t forget to check out our collection of sexy strappy lingerie.
Whether you’re looking for a little extra shape or a dramatic transformation, an underbust corset can be sexy corset the perfect choice. Unlike overbust options, underbust corsets can give you a sleek silhouette without sacrificing support.
Originally popular in the early 20th century, this style of corset extends below your hips and pushes your ribs to reduce your waist size. It has a scalloped bottom, flat sides, shoulder straps, and laced back.
It’s a classic and refined corset style that works well with most body shapes. It will smooth your tummy, sculpt your hips, and add some cleavage to your bust area for a enviable hourglass figure.
An underbust corset can help you achieve that sexy silhouette you’ve always wanted. It will accentuate your figure in the most desirable ways and make you feel like the queen of the night!
However, not all underbust corsets are created equal. Some will only help to pull in your ribs, while others will actually shape your body.
This can make it difficult to choose the best underbust corset for your needs. You’ll need to consider how much bust support you want and why you’re wearing a corset in the first place.
In addition, underbust styles are easier to get used to than overbust options. They can be more comfortable, and they’re more likely to fit well with modern clothing.
Underbust corsets are also more likely to cost less than overbust options, making them a great choice for those just starting out with waist training or trying sexy corset a new style of lingerie. They’re also more flexible than overbust styles, and they won’t interfere with your daily activities. Plus, they’re easier to hide under modern clothing, which makes them a good choice for many women!
Modern and Edgy Corsets
A corset is a form-fitting garment that elegantly shapes and supports the torso, seamlessly extending from the bust to the hips. It’s typically made of a stiff material, such as buckram, and is structured with boning (also called ribs or stays) that are inserted into channels in the fabric. They’re often laced or tightened with laces or hook-and-eye closures to achieve a flawless balance between compression and contouring.
While corsets used to be a fashion staple, they’re now more common in shapewear and sexual fetishism, such as Bondage/Discipline/Sado-Masochism (BDSM). They can help you slim your waist, strengthen your chest, and narrow your hips for an hourglass figure.
If you want a sexy yet modern take on the corset, try this ASOS DESIGN version with an elasticized waist and back zipper. It’s also a great way to dress up your favorite jeans or skirt for a modern look that will turn heads.
Another great option is to wear a white corset top over a plain black dress or jumpsuit. It’ll add contrast and definition to the silhouette of your dress, ensuring it looks sleek and sophisticated.
You can also pair a floral corset with a fancy floral dress for a edgy look that’s sure to make a statement. The look can be paired with a shrunken cardigan or a leather jacket, too for a fall-ready take on the trend.
You can even go all out and wear a corset over a bodycon dress, which isn’t an easy look to pull off, but it’s definitely one of the more daring strategies. It’ll definitely turn heads, though, so be sure to select the right dress for this look.
Pop Culture Corsets
Corsets have been around for hundreds of years, but they’re finally making a big comeback as a sexy and versatile addition to fashion. They can be worn on their own, or paired with a skirt and bustle to create a unique style statement.
For the fall 2022 season, a slew of designers used corsets as their primary inspiration for their collections. From Vivienne Westwood to Dion Lee, designers like Versace, Gucci, and Adidas showcased the corset trend with a variety of styles.
The historical significance of corsets was rediscovered in modern fashion, and celebrities like Bella Hadid, Lizzo, and Rihanna have taken their place as the it-girls who give them a new lease on life. The modern corset no longer serves as a constricting piece of clothing, but instead is a symbol of power and self-confidence for women.
Throughout history, women’s undergarments have changed drastically in shape and style. They have been called corsets, bras, girdles, and cincher — all of which are inaccurate depictions of what real women actually wore.
According to Kass McGann, a historian who works with costume dramas, “corsets were not the dreaded thing that sat in women’s closets for 400 years.” She notes that putting on a corset “was not going to make you faint.” Rather, she says, it “made a woman look more attractive and slimmer.” The garment’s lace-up structure also gave the impression of a cleavage line, which helped a woman stand out in a crowd.
Historians have also disputed the idea that corsets caused many of the diseases that were blamed on them, such as curvature of the spine, back pain, and liver disease. They have found that many women did reduce their waists with corsets, but tight-lacing to extremes tended to be fantasy.