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|Overbust / Underbust||Underbust|
|Shape of Top Edge||Round|
|Shape of Bottom Edge||Round|
|Heaviness / Thickness||Somewhat Lightweight|
|Rib Shape / Silhouette||Concave Rib (U-shape), Straight Rib (Conical)|
|High Hip Spring||9|
|Hip Features||No Hip Ties, Short Hip|
|Number of Bones||14|
|Location of Seller||Poland, Europe and UK|
|Extended / Special Sizes||Size 18|
|Type of Use||Occasional Tight Lacing|
Emmaline Voss –
I got the 24″ standard underbust in beige mesh. The mesh was very heavy duty, in fact I scraped the skin off my knuckle trying to do up the ties. I was surprised to see there was no twill covering on the inside of the bone casings. There are relatively few bones in this corset, 12 spiral steel, 4 flat steel, and I found it very hard to not get a () shape. I tried 4 different lacing methods, including 3 with the inverted loops to get more control at the waist. No dice. No matter how loose the laces, I still got the () gap. I haven’t had that with any other corset, including other 24″ ones. It did measure true to size and was comfortable to sit in. It also has a very sturdy busk that is difficult to bend. The lacing was honestly the biggest turn-off for me.