Fun Stuff

Here you can dress up Lucy using the Corset Designer Doll app, test your knowledge with various Corset Quizzes, and see the Fan Art submitted by some talented artists in the corsetry community!

Longline underbust, robin's egg blue twill. Double channels in nude porcelain twill. White lace trim, front lacing - Sarah
Click here to launch the Corset Designer Doll!
Several female bodybuilders and athletes have purchased corsets from me to sculpt their waists.
Click here to try some Corset Quizzes!
A stunning piece of artwork from Gatica! You flatter me, N!
Click here to view awesome Fan Art!



6 thoughts on “Fun Stuff

  1. Hello
    I would like to buy a corset i saw on Pinterest asap
    Please hellp

    1. Hello Heather, would you be able to link the Pinterest corset you saw? I will be able to tell you which maker it is and where to find it.

  2. Just wondering, what bag/purse do you use? I love messenger bags, and backpacks, but many of them require leaning to one side, or sweating under the back. I live in a very humid area. Any ideas as to how this has effected you and any advice for beginner corset wearers?

    1. Hi Kara, my purse has a long enough strap that it hangs across the body. Also, I don’t carry enormous tote bags, I keep only the essentials in my bag which keeps it light. It’s never affected my leaning or my body heat.

  3. Hi. Great site, very informative!
    I am interested in “rib compression”. After having my kids my ribs did not return to their normal shape. I’m 5’4″, 130 and my ribs – not chest – make an 8 snug. Not cute. Will a corset help? I’d also love the benefit of smaller waist – but my high priority is the rib compression. From what I have read, this is 100% possible! I’m just trying to figure out what to do.

    Would love your insight. Thank you.


    1. Hi Maggie, for ribcage compression, a conical rib corset would probably be the most effective! They give a tapered look to the ribs when worn, and over time some have experienced their floating ribs become more flexible and swing inward. I have a gallery for conical corsets here – if you click on any of the pictures, it should take you to the corsetiere’s website where you can learn more.

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