Hourglass Overbust (Timeless Trends)

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  • Includes stiffened, floating modesty panel
  • Pay close attention to the bust sizes (listed below)
  • Designed to be worn with a lacing gap

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Overbust / Underbust Overbust
Body Type Hourglass
Shape of Top Edge Sweetheart
Shape of Bottom Edge Round
Heaviness / Thickness Moderate
Silhouette Straight Rib, Round Rib
Bust Spring 7-10 (Small bust, under 30″ waist),
9-12 (Medium bust, under 30″ waist),
11-14 (Large bust, under 30″ waist),9-12 (Small bust, under 30″ waist),
11-14 (Medium bust, under 30″ waist),
13-18 (Large bust, under 30″ waist),
Rib Spring 6
High Hip Spring 10-11 (depends on size)
Low Hip Spring 11-12 (depends on size)
Hip Features No Hip Ties, Mid Hip
Number of Bones 24
Length 16
Location of Seller North America, United States
Extended / Special Sizes Size 18
Type of Use Daily Wear

Additional information

Overbust / Underbust

Body Type

Shape of Top Edge

Shape of Bottom Edge

Heaviness / Thickness



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Rib Spring

High Hip Spring


Low Hip Spring


Hip Features


Number of Bones


Location of Seller


Extended / Special Sizes

Type of Use

1 review for Hourglass Overbust (Timeless Trends)

  1. Erin

    Just going to preface this by saying I have EDS, and a lot of my issues with this corset are related to that. The fabric is quite nice, which is a plus and it was comfortable to wear out in 80 degree weather walking for over an hour. The one I have is beige and unfortunately the grommets and boning in the modesty panel can turn the fabric a little green with moisture. It’s personally a little tall for me, and that plus getting rather sweaty means it rubs a little. The things that really bother me are the busk and lacing. The knobs and loops don’t line up very nicely on the one I have, and it took a lot of time and fiddling around to figure out just how exactly to get it closed. With my hands this was both time consuming and very painful. I’m not a fan of the ribbon lacing. It likes to stick to itself and the corset, so it is very, very difficult to lace it. I got it laced good enough then had to stop because lacing it fully was just too painful for me. If you’re going to get one, I’d recommend going for the shoestring laces. It does what I wanted it for, stabilize my ribs and allow me to be active. I am just a bit disappointed by just how difficult it is to get it on and laced.

    • Lucy

      Hi Erin, I’m not sure when you purchased your corset, but about 2 years ago there was an issue with a batch of their grommets. TT did a recall on any corsets that showed tarnished grommets (unfortunately, it’s one of those things that take time to show up so they didn’t catch it right away). For whatever reason, the beige corsets had it the worst, maybe from an interaction of the sizing on the fabric with the galvanized coating on that grommet batch. The factory owner said that they threw away over 10,000 grommets in the garbage and got a new batch that no longer has the tarnishing issue. I’d strongly encourage you to reach out to them for a warranty claim and get a free replacement.

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