It seems obvious now, but it wasn't until the late 1800s that doctors began to notice the injuries women received by wearing corsets made of steel and whalebone. Their lungs were crushed and their organs squeezed to the point of failure. At this factory, two doctors pioneered a corset that, along with burgeoning women's liberation, allowed women to do more.
Though they were associated with delicate femininity, corsets were actually heavy duty objects structured to literally force a woman's body into a given period's beauty standards.
Hugh sez, "This corset was made by my good friend, Nikki Cohen of MayFaire Moon Corsets. It's designed to look like the TARDIS from Dr. Who. It may be the first corset that's larger on the inside than the outside..." … Continue read...
"Often, when you read old interviews, actresses will say, ‘I don’t need to wear a corset,’ but you look at their photograph and you go, ‘Babe, you are so wearing a corset.’” —In an article boldly called "Everything You Know About Co...
by Edith Zimmerman Here's a gallery of women in 1908 wearing corsets and sitting for x-rays. They look good! @ 3:45 pm 2 Comments
Some strange technology makes Etsy seller Rae’s corset the most effective ever. Anyone can squeeze into it! She also sells a matching skirt and bow tie. Link -via Walyou Previously: Geek Chic TARDIS Corset