Here you will find non-exhaustive galleries of corset makers and brands which may help you choose which styles you like best, and which company may be the best match for you. Please note that not every corset brand in these galleries have been personally tried and tested by me and I don’t necessarily endorse every corset shown here. These guides are for informational purposes only. These guides will be regularly updated in the following week.
Ready to Wear corsets made in the US and UK
Click here for ribbon cinchers
Click here for curvy cinchers and waspies under $200
Click here to see longline style corsets for people with shorter waists (10 inches or shorter)
Click here for longline corsets for people who are tall and long waisted (11 inches or longer)
Click here for custom corsets under $200
Click here for S-bend (Edwardian) corsets
Click here for waistcoat corsets/ corsets with straps to correct posture
Click here for mesh and net (summer) corsets
Click here for extreme hourglass/ pipestem corsets
Click here for conical-rib corsets
Click here for Corsets with a Modern Slim silhouette.
Click here for plus size corsets
Click here for men’s corsets
Click here for feminizing corsets for cross dressers and transgender women
Click here for cupped overbust corsets
Click here for overbust corsets for the heavy-busted
Click here for teeny corsets (less than 18″ closed waist)
Click here for corsets made for anatomical asymmetries
Click here for pattern matched corsets
Click here to see corsets with fan lacing
Click here for corset dresses
Click here for Lattice Corsets
Click here for Pairs of Bodies, Effigies, Stays in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.
Click here for corset-bodies (Bodysuits)
Click here for Titanic-era (19teens) corsets
Click here to see corsets with multiple lacing systems or adjustment points.
Click here to see corsets that feature a high, square hip shelf.
Click here to see the selection of bespoke corsets that can be made with zippers instead of a busk.