Most well-known OTR corset companies carry corset sizes for natural waists up to and around 40″. However, what if your waist size is over 40 inches around? What if it’s over 50 inches? 60 inches? Full-figured people deserve beautiful corsets too, and in this article I’m going to share with you some of the companies that cater to larger clients. All of the following businesses offer corsets larger than 40″. There are many many more corsetieres than these that offer larger-sized corsets as custom commissions, and I recommend that if you have your heart set on a specific corset maker (even one not mentioned here), message or email them personally and see if they can accommodate your requests.
Please note that some of these companies charge a markup for larger sizes while others don’t. If you would like to learn more about any of the following corset companies and their pricing policy, please contact them directly.
Corsetieres, if you cater to larger clientele and would like to share an example of your work, submit photos by email to be added to the gallery. Safe-for-work photos are preferred!
Ms. Martha’s Corset Shoppe has a selection of silk and leather standard-sized corsets for natural waist sizes 18″ to 52″. She never charges more for larger sizes, and some of her silk cinchers are as low as $100 in her close-out section. She particularly caters to full-figured and hard-to-fit customers, and she regularly uses plus-size models to demonstrate the gorgeous silhouette they give on all sizes. See her Wicked Kitten photoshoot for examples of how more of her corsets fit on fuller figures.
Hips & Curves is a popular plus-size lingerie site that carries corsets in sizes 28″ up to 44″ (recommended natural waists from 30″ to 49″). Their “Luxe Steel-Boned Corsets” section offers standard-sized underbusts and overbusts starting from $130. They also have a great 60-day refund policy on all their garments.
Orchard Corset offers steel boned underbust corsets up to size 46″, which would fit up to a recommended natural waist of 56″. Since fuller-figured corseters often require more length, I’d personally suggest their CS-426 underbust (shown above, modelled by Tess Munster), preferably in cotton if it’s for daily wear. While they do charge more for sizes 32-46″, it’s only $1 more for each successive size so the largest option is still only $87, by far the least expensive option in this list. (And if you use my discount code CORSETLUCY, you’ll save 10% on your purchase.)
Meschantes Corsetry offers ready-to-wear, standard sized training underbust corsets up to size 44″ corseted waist (suitable for up to 50″ natural uncorseted waists, size chart here). Sadly I couldn’t find any photos of these plus sized corsets, though. Meschantes also accepts commissions for custom fit corset styles, with a 25% markup for natural uncorseted waists between 40″-50″. Those with waists above 50″ are encouraged to email for further inquiry.
Hands-down the least expensive curvy overbust I’ve reviewed on my channel, Corsets Boulevard Global offers this satin overbust with a bust spring of 11 inches and hip spring of 12 inches, and starts at just £47 or around $75 USD. This corset is sold in closed waist sizes up to 46″, and can even be made two inches longer or shorter to suit your torso length so you can be sure that you’re fully covered.
Dark Garden Corsetry also offers standard-sized and custom-fit corsets for full-figured corseters. Their standard Valentine overbust is cut particularly for curvy clientele, and DG is also comfortable making corset sizes well over 40″ for those that upgrade to custom fit. Anyone who finds themselves in the San Francisco area is invited to have a personal fitting at Dark Garden’s boutique.
Electra Designs is comfortable making corsets for women with waists well over 40″, and Alexis has expressed excitement about making more corsets (and purchasable corset patterns!) for full figured customers in the coming year. Featured above is her lovely bridal client Stephanie from 2005; her corset features a very flat abdomen and beautiful bust shaping and support.
Totally Waisted! Corsets also caters to full-figured clientele, offering made-to-measure corsets whatever your size. Kate’s commissions are almost always heavily boned and she uses the highest quality materials she can find; the result as seen above is proper abdominal and bust support, and beautifully smooth curves. The photo featured above is also drafted for an asymmetric client (which will be discussed in another article).
Luscious Pearl Designs from B.C. Canada specializes in beautiful made-to-measure plus size corsets. Her pieces range from historical reproductions to contemporary couture and every fusion in between. Being a full-figured corseter herself, she understands how to specially draft for extra-curvy women in order to give flattering shape and support.
The Bad Button Bespoke Corsets is also well experienced in making corsets for full-figured clients; Alisha has mentioned that her corsets have been made up to size 50″ in the past. The gorgeous modified “Armor” corset with straps featured above was made for one of her clients, bride Jamie, in summer 2013. (You can see more pictures of Jamie’s wedding in her Offbeat Bride feature!)
Jupiter Moon 3 Corsets also has copious experience fitting all bodies, large and small. Jennifer has mentioned that she’s made corsets for natural waists up to 60″ before. Above you will see model Darbi modelling gorgeous purple Jupiter Moon 3 overbust and matching ensemble. Jupiter Moon 3’s standard size chart goes up to a corseted waist of 50″ and her basic corset prices start at $180.
Unartig Unique Boutique, run by Lotte in Germany, is also known for their well-fitting custom corsets for plus-size clients. Featured here is Cori, wearing her custom sleek black underbust corset with matching collar. This corset looks to have been drafted to have many panels, which contributes to the smoothness of the fabric and an impressively refined fit.
Ferrer Corsets of Brazil has a special collection of plus sized designs on their website, specially for women with waists 45″ and/ or with fuller busts. Their corsets are modelled by a woman with a natural waist exceeding 50″, and the one featured above clearly shows triple boning and an extra tape angled over the lower tummy which offers support and stabilization. The price of this Queen corset starts at R$ 450, which converts to about $190 USD.
Romantasy Exquisite Corsetry offers corsets in both standard sizes and custom-fit, all made in the USA, and available for natural waists up to 60″. Above is a photo of their Simple Pleasures cincher, which has an average price of $235 for the full-figured woman, depending on your waist size. This cincher can also be used upside down to fit gentlemen.
TO.mTO from Berlin makes impressively curvy and unbelievably smooth corsets for women and men of all sizes. In the above picture, client Claudia models the beautifully fitted Amelia longline corset from TO.mTO’s Vanity Fair special collection. This couture corset costs €489, or about $660 USD.
Forever in Black is a UK business that’s been creating corsets since 1995, adding historical costume and goth/Steampunk clothing to the list of commissions. Their standard sized corsets go up to a 42″ closed waist, and custom corsets like the Belladonna overbust (seen above, modelled by Evie Wolfe) can be made for any waist size if you need larger. An included toile fitting ensures dramatic curves for $249.
Puimond has made corsets for clientele of all clients, from the teensy to the voluptuous, and from daily waist training to burlesque applications. Above is performer Alyssa Kitt modelling a Puimond PY12 overbust, which shows the reinforcing bones along the bust panels and well-dispersed double boning that’s present in all his corsets, which help contribute to the corset’s amazing curves.
For those who prefer more Elizabethan-style stays, Woodsholme on Etsy creates beautiful historically-inspired stays, Victorian corsets and clothing. Louise, the corsetiere, creates made-to-measure pieces for all sizes; the Tudor stays featured above were made to fit a client with a 50″ bust.
Corsetology Corsets from Sydney, Australia creates custom corsets, steampunk clothing and Bellydance costumes, and is comfortable fitting corsets that close at 40+ inches. The photo above features Kayla, the corsetiere herself modelling one of her longline vest/ waistcoat corsets (and matching Steampunk outfit!).
For other corset makers who cater to full-figured clientele, also check out the following links:
- Lovely Rat’s Corsetry
- Ties That Bynde
- The Fitting Room
- Starkers! Corsetry
- Octaviana Corsetry
- Morua Designs
- Sunshine Lolita
- Crikey Aphrodite
*Please note that I have not personally tried every corset brand in this list, nor do I necessarily endorse every company in these guided galleries. This is for informational purposes only. Please contact the individual corsetieres for more information regarding their plus size corsets. Tiddly links are Etsy affiliate links which help keep these galleries free for everyone.
If you liked this article, perhaps you’d also be interested in reading the Guide for Overbusts for Large-Busted/ Top-Heavy Corseters.