Corset Anatomy/ Components Quiz

There are undeniably many components to a corset. Before you learn to make your own corset, you should know name and purpose of each part!

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How well do you know the parts of a corset?

There are undeniably many components to a corset. Before you learn to make your own corset, you should know name and purpose of each part!

Test yourself here - let's see what you're made of! (And see what corsets are made of, too.)

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What is the function of a modesty panel when it comes to corsets?

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What would you call the special embroidery on this antique corset?

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In many corsets you will find a strip of fabric running around the waistline of the corset (shown here in white). What is this called? (There is more than one correct response, check ALL that apply.)

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This beautiful sheer corset is made by Lady Ardzesz.

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What is the traditional term for the groovy texture on this corset?

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This corset was made by Créations l'Escarpolettes :)

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Corset bones are placed in special slots called what?

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Which of these substances have been used as flexible corset bones or stays? (There is more than one correct response, check ALL that apply.)

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What do you call the closure placed traditionally in the center front of a corset, and from the Victorian era onward was comprised of "loops" and "pins/knobs"?

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8. What do you call the special strength fabric that has a distinctive herringbone weave, highly regarded by corset makers today?

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9. What do you call the long, thin structures that maintain vertical tension in a corset and prevent it from wrinkling or collapsing? (There is more than one correct response, check ALL that apply.)

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The laces of a corset are often threaded through little metal holes. What are these holes called? (There is more than one correct response, check ALL that apply.)

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3 thoughts on “Corset Anatomy/ Components Quiz

  1. I got 7/10 mostly for leaving out some answers :)

  2. You should not use “comprise” as a synonym for “compose.” This is a very common but nonetheless very annoying error. The whole comprises the parts: it means “includes in toto.” E.g., “The flag comprises the colors red, white, and blue.” I.e., it includes no other colors. Also correct is “The flag is composed, or made up, of the colors red, white, and blue.” Also correct is “The colors red, white, and blue constitute [make up] the flag.”

  3. It was fun and informational! Sadly, I did not pass the quiz. Just shows that I have more to learn.

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