Corsets by Simply Delicious Lingerie

Up through the Victorian Ages, corsets were very popular with women. Corsets were worn to reduce waist size. A tiny waist made for an attractive figure.Corsets were made from different materials over the years, including: stiffened linen, wood, whalebone, and wrought iron. Corsets were designed to cinch up very tightly in the back in order to restrict the waist size. Corsets also restricted movement, forcing a straighter posture. It was shameful for women to show any pain or discomfort felt by the severely tight corsets. Unfortunately, many women were not strong enough to endure the punishment of the tight corsets and would experience numbness in their body, trouble breathing, fainting, and even cracked ribs.

 Luckily for us ladies, somebody decided the old fashion corsets had to go! Today corsets are designed to be both beautiful and functional.Women of smaller frames and smaller chests can look sexier with a leather closed neck halter neck. This clubwear leaves the back and the shoulders bare, giving much more emphasis on the slenderness of these body parts. It usually wraps around the body very firmly, allowing emphasis of the tiny waistline. Remember that for every type of woman, there is always the perfect clubwear made just for her body type.

 At we offer a wide variety of corsets to fit all women. Our new web site should be on line in early July with numerous styles to choose from.

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