Edwardian corsets

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Edwardian S-Bend Corset made in single layer blue coutil, trimmed with antique lace. Created using Ref W pattern which was made based on an antique corset from 1900 by Atelier Sylphe, made by Emma Collins. Turn of the century style and silhouette from the early 20th century. 23 inch waist. Combinations drafted using instructions from 1920 for split crotch drawers. Antique lace, silk ribbon trimmings. Edwardian Corset Pattern, Edwardian Corsets, Victorian Corset, Victorian Undergarments, Antique Lace, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Corset, Edwardian Dress, Renaissance Corset

Edwardian S-Bend Corset made in single layer blue coutil, trimmed with antique lace. Created using Ref W pattern which was made based on an antique corset from 1900 by Atelier Sylphe, made by Emma Collins. Turn of the century style and silhouette from the early 20th century. 23 inch waist. Combinations drafted using instructions from 1920 for split crotch drawers. Antique lace, silk ribbon trimmings.

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Emma
Couture, Victorian Corset, Victorian Underwear, Late Edwardian Corset, Victorian Undergarments, Edwardian Corsets, Vintage Corset, Edwardian Lingerie, Victorian Era Fashion

A one-layer late Edwardian era midbust cotton corset made with a pattern from the 1910s. Metal bones and front button-up busk give this corset it's beautiful iconic for that period shape. I offer a custom-made copy of this corset in any fabric you like, we can discuss all the available options to pick a perfect one for you. Please mention your measurements, when placing your order. For correct place of measuring, see picture. Please, mention the following measurements: Bust(A) Under Bust…

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Ekaterina Law
My "Something Blue" Edwardian Corset Vintage Lingerie, Vintage, Costumes, Edwardian Corsets, Vintage Corset, Edwardian Fashion, Corset Dress, Corset Under Clothes, Corset

My biggest project this year will absolutely be my wedding dress and I will document the process as soon as I have a space big enough to work in again! I've designed a Turn-of-the-Century style gown inspired in part by House of Worth (sketches and inspiration to come in a later post!). While my dress will have some modern touches to it, the silhouette will be wholly Edwardian, and as with any period piece, to get the right look you have to start with the right foundations and work your way…

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E Hery