Over the past little over a year, I reviewed a whopping nine different mesh corsets, and many of them had very different types of mesh (different fibers, weaves, stretchiness and quality), and not all mesh corsets are made equal! It can be a little different to tell them apart[…]

Back in 2011 I made an introductory video on corset liners, what they are used for and what you can use as a substitute (tank top, tube top, etc). But at the time I had only experienced one brand of corset liner, and in the past few years[…]

Note that this post is a copy of the same one under the “Research Corset Brands –> Guided Galleries” menu. It is part of a collection of articles to help corset enthusiasts shop more wisely.Cupped overbust corsets are often confused with bustiers or Merry Widows, but in the words of[…]

Note that this post is a copy of the same one under the “Research Corset Brands –> Guided Galleries” menu. It is part of a collection of articles to help corset enthusiasts shop more wisely.Please note that this article may be outdated! To be sure that you are[…]

Note that this post is a copy of the same one under the “Research Corset Brands –> Guided Galleries” menu. It is part of a collection of articles to help corset enthusiasts shop more wisely.While ribbon cinchers are not the best choice for waist training, they are lightweight,[…]

This post is a summary of the Madame Sher black mesh cincher Review, which you can watch on Youtube if you prefer:Fit, lengthFront is about 11 inches long, from the shortest part (close to the side seam) is 8.5 inches long. The top and bottom edges in front[…]