All corsets and garments are hand made to order in Oxfordshire using the finest fabrics and corsetry components. MTO corsetry takes approximately 4 weeks from date of order, bespoke items can take up to 10 weeks depending upon complexity and level of embellishment.
1. Made to order
A single layer corset made to order from a standard size chart in a wide choice of coutil, or coutil backed silk.
Underbust from £225.00
Overbust from £350.00
2. Made to measure and custom corsetry
This option is suitable for those who wish to start waist training or for established tight-lacers. A lightly constructed single layer or lined corset made from an existing pattern, customised to your personal measurements in your choice of fabric and embellishment. This option includes a mock-up and fitting which can be done either in person or remotely.
Underbust from £350.00
Overbust from £475.00
A bespoke service starts with a unique design which must be patterned from your own measurements from scratch, to form a blueprint of your body. Prices are tailored to each individual and are dictated by design, fabrics, embellishments, finishing and other special requirements. Each bespoke corset is unique, hand made to order based on clients wishes using the best fabrics and embellishments available for fine couture. They may take up to 10 weeks to complete depending upon complexity and include up to two in person or remote fittings. Base prices include the cost of patterning to your unique measurements, 2 toile fittings and basic components but they do not include fashion fabrics or embellishments.
Base price for a bespoke underbust corset is £500.00
Base price for a bespoke overbust corset is £600.00
Base price for a bespoke corset body suit is £800.00
Base price for a bespoke full ensemble is £1500.00
Although restrictive, a corset should not be uncomfortable or cause pain either by pinching or by putting strain on the wrong parts of the body - a corset must be constructed bearing fully in mind, the skeletal structure and physiological attributes of each individual frame. In order for the body to have a smooth silhouette, the corset must have a smooth transition between it and the flesh. My corsets are constructed with comfort and smoothness in mind, not only as a finish to the end product but as a finish to the entire look. Fit, comfort, and silhouette are the main objectives.
Contrary to popular thought, corsets need not be bulky or stiff like armour - if you study an antique corset you will find them to be light as a feather and very flexible - I too believe in a light yet strong and durable construction using top quality materials and components. My corsetry is recognisable through elegant, clean lines with little or no 'fuss'. Where I add embellishment it is always to enhance the lines in order to maximise the drama. My method of corset construction means that all my corsets have a number of unique features designed to enhance comfort and wearability and these come as standard whichever service you choose. All components are sourced from within the UK or Europe.
- A core of quality specialist corsetry coutil fabric for strength and durability
- German steel components for longevity
- Minimum of 22 steel bones in each corset plus sturdy front busk closure
- Stiff under-busk as standard - improves posture, shape and comfort and is essential for waist training and tight lacing.
- Coutil or tubular cotton boning channels for added durability
- Light construction for flexibility and comfort
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