Saturday, 17 July 2010

costume corsets . . .


"civil war debutante corset"
from
period corsets
i wish i could . . .

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loucieee said...

I love corsets. When looking into movies, I always choose ones that are set back in 15th to 17th century.

JJ Beazley said...

An interesting subject, but I prefer the natural look.

Cobalt Violet said...

They look so fabulous but after weeks of wearing a 1906 version in a play ... that whole pigeon breast sillouette about killed my back! I would lie on the floor in the wings between scenes, then get hoisted to my feet! But they sure look pretty!

Shiner said...

Curious how some look at corsetted figures and see beauty, while others like myself only see dreadfully uncomfortable fashion devices. But then, I can barely and only occasionally (when reasonable modesty requires) wear a bra. So I agree with JJ - period costumes are an interesting subject, but I definitely prefer a more natural and unencumbered look in real life and, now that I think about it, art.