The Corsetmaker's Companion
How did Edwardian women support their busts with such low cut corsets? Jen shares the details and patterns of two 1910's brassieres in her collection.
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Trying to date a particular corset, track changes in lingerie fashion down to a few years, or just looking for new inspiration? Plenty here to keep you busy...
Marion walks you through all the different layer options of the nautural form era, starting from the skin out, with variations in necklines and politics.
A study of three padded bustles in the Kentucky Historical Society Collection, showing how thrifty women stayed fashionable on a budget.
An open pair of cotton drawers in the style of the 1840's (but dated late 1850s to 1860s), with delicate whitework embroidery, sewn on a chain stitch machine.
Marion shares with us a knitted silk undervest with a crocheted yoke that could date anywhere from 1880 to 1910.
When corsets dipped below the bust in the early 1900s, what did women use to support the bust? How did bras develop into a must-have garment?
This month we look at what to wear over the corset and under the dress, as well as appropriate fabrics and embroidery.
Marion shares a linen chemise circa 1879 from her collection.
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