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Corset Dresses

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Corset dresses debuted on the fashion scene as early as the 16th century. However, it wasn’t until the 19th century that corsets started to be meshed into dresses as a one piece garment offered as a “lacing bodice.” There is no better style dress to truly define the silhouette of your middle waist and enhance your bustline with lift and shaping. Corset dresses essentially are a stiffened bodice with a lacing back that functions as a method to tighten the dress fabric to your natural frame affording a perfect fit! Corset dresses were originally attached to full skirts, but today you can find corset bodices on all of the common dress styles from slim column dresses to the traditional full skirted gown. If you adore the corset dress style, it is noteworthy that occasionally you may need minimal alterations on the side of the bust due to the lifting of the breast tissue to the front and center of the dress. This alteration is typically called “bust darts” and not usually a complicated alteration, so no need to worry. Look in the dress description details to view the “Alterability Rating” of the dress you have selected and that will let you know how suited your dress is for alterations. Corset dresses are truly the best fitting of all of the styles and no matter your body shape or size, this style will flatter your figure! If you have any questions or need more help in learning about your selected dress, we welcome you to chat with us or call by phone!