Corset Brands by Price Range

Shop corsets by budget!

On Youtube, I have several corset review playlists which are organized in chronological order because that seems to make the most sense – my reviews aren’t all equal; they’ve evolved over time and they’re easier to understand if you watch the oldest ones first.

But when people are looking for a corset within their budget, I understand that my reviews can be difficult to sift through. So I’m saving you time by organizing all the corset brands I’ve tried in order of the average price range of their underbust corsets, and then alphabetical order within that range. (You should expect overbust corsets to cost more than underbusts.)

Where it’s written (standard underbusts) – this implies that custom measured, special fabrics, and other options may require price markups that put the corset over and above that price range. When looking at corsets by budget only, it’s important to realize that by and large, you get what you pay for. 

Don’t see what you’re looking for? It means I have not tried or reviewed the corset yet.

Please note that the order of these do not represent my preferences in any way – if you need help deciding, check out the other resources in my Corset Shopping Guide, or try my corset consultation service.

All prices have been converted to USD.


Under $100


$100 – $200


$200 – $300


$300 – $400


$400 and up / budget should not be a factor:

I may add to this list as time goes on. :)

52 thoughts on “Corset Brands by Price Range

  1. Hey there, I notice Contour Corsets (Fran Blanche) is on this list, but she hasn’t made corsets in some years now.

  2. I’m just curious if you have ever reviewed a shop called Dracula corsets out of the UK. I’ve seen them pop up several times and the prices seem reasonable, but being curvier I would love to hear/see you do a review of them.

    1. Hi Sarah, I’ve done a couple of reviews of their corsets on Youtube! I just haven’t updated my site with those yet. You can see the Dracula corsets at position #1 and #3 in this playlist (their positions might change once I upload more reviews in the future).

  3. You seem to be missing Barbara’s beautiful work… Royal Black in Austria. I am lucky to have a handful of her non-couture corsets and one of her costumes. Her work is exquisite.

    1. Hi Vanessa, the brands shown here are the corsets I have personally tried and tested (hence the links to all the reviews). It is not meant to be an exhaustive list. If I get the opportunity to try one of Barbara’s exquisite corsets, of course I will include it here! For now, Royal Black is listed in the Corsetiere Map with every other (known) custom corset maker in the world. :)

  4. Hi Justine, unfortunately I’ve never tried their corsets before! I only list corsets I’ve personally tried and tested for quality construction, materials and strength. If I ever end up trying one of their corsets I’ll certainly update the “Can I waist Train in this Corset?” page.

  5. Hi there Lucy,
    First I’d like to say thanks so much for your site and your video reviews it really helps newbies’ like me out. Haha. Secondly I’d like to ask which corsets and corset brands do you recommend for waist training? I want to start but my pocket book is tight and I don’t want to waste money on something that isn’t going to work for me. Any advice you could give would be amazing. Thank you.

    1. Hi Mariah, have you seen this page called Can I Waist Train in That Corset? It might be just what you’re looking for!

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