iCollection Simply Sexy Sweetheart Satin Corset
Looking for a classic corset you can wear again and again? Here it is. This simple satin-feel corset has plastic boning for a figure enhancing fit and an elegant lace up back that evokes classic lingerie sexiness.
Looking for a classic corset you can wear again and again? Here it is. This simple satin-feel corset has plastic boning for a figure enhancing fit and an elegant lace up back that evokes classic lingerie sexiness. An essential for girls who like to dress up!
Get a streamlined silhouette by lacing up this boned corset tightly for enviable curves and accentuated sexiness. Fastening in the front with a traditional steel busk, this authentic lingerie piece looks great on everyone, regardless of your body type.
Adjust the fit easily by loosening or tightening the lace-up rear - a generous modesty panel ensures don't show any skin, even if laced loosely.
Pair with the matching G-string and perhaps some lacy stockings for a bedroom look that guarantees romance, or dress up your look with jeans or a skirt for a flirtatious clubbing ensemble.
- Corset type: Plastic boned
- Fastening: Lace-up
- Washing instructions: Hand wash only
How it feels
- Material: Polyester
iCollection Size Chart
Bust - measure the fullest part of the bust from the armpit.
Waist - measure the around the narrowest part of the waist.
Hips - measure the fullest part of the hips - around 8 inches below the waistline.
iCollection Lingerie Size UK Dress size Bust Waist Hips Small 4 - 6 32" - 34" 25" - 27" 34" - 36" Medium 8 - 12 34" - 36" 27" - 29" 36" - 38" Large 12 - 16 36" - 38" 29" - 31" 38" - 40" 1X / 2X 18 - 22 40" - 46" 34" - 38" 42" - 46" 2X / 3X 22 - 24 46" - 50" 38" - 40" 46" - 50" 3X / 4X 24 - 26 50" - 52" 40" - 44" 50" - 52" S/M 4 - 12 32" - 34" 24" - 27" 34" - 36" L/XL 12 - 18 36" - 38" 28" - 32" 38" - 40" One size 4 - 16 32" - 38" 24" - 32" 34" - 40" One size Queen 18 - 24 40" - 52" 34" - 44" 42" - 52 " iCollection Lingerie Size US Dress size Bust Waist Hips Small 2 - 6 32" - 34" 25" - 27" 34" - 36" Medium 6 - 10 34" - 36" 27" - 29" 36" - 38" Large 10 - 14 36" - 38" 29" - 31" 38" - 40" 1X / 2X 16 - 20 40" - 46" 34" - 38" 42" - 46" 2X / 3X 20- 22 46" - 50" 38" - 40" 46" - 50" 3X / 4X 22 - 24 46" - 52" 40" - 44" 46" - 52" S/M 2 - 10 32" - 34" 24" - 27" 34" - 36" L/XL 10 - 16 36" - 38" 28" - 32" 38" - 40" One size 2 - 14 32" - 38" 24" - 32" 34" - 40" One size Queen 16 - 22 40" - 52" 34" - 44" 42" - 52 "
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iCollection Simply Sexy Sweetheart Satin Corset 9 out of 10 (2 reviews) Write your own review
Lovely but small...
Reviewed: September 22, 2014 by ashleeee.m, a Straight Going Steady Female
A really lovely corset but unfortunately having to return due to it not fitting how I would like.
The corset is made out of a lovely satin material and feels pretty sturdy. The hooks on the front make it easy to do up, once you have organised the size at the back.
I have an hourglass figure and I found that although the corset fit in places, it was way too small in others (I wear a dress size 12/14 and purchased a medium, however I think a large would still not have fit in these places, even with a gap at the back).
If you are more in proportion all over, or if you have a small waist/hips but slightly larger chest, I think this would look really sexy. I'm very sad that it's not for me.
- Material, lace up at the back, felt sturdy
- Bottom line
- A lovely item for the right shape!
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Oh, so sexy
Reviewed: August 4, 2013 by SN, a Bisexual Single Female
Firstly, I have to say that I have some experience wearing corsets. I am by no means waist-trained, however I do have two steel-boned corsets already, so I know what works, what looks good, and what is comfortable.
This corset is plastic boned, and is therefore is sometimes termed as a ‘fashion corset’, because it doesn’t have the necessary strength and rigidity (or internal construction) necessary to pull a waist in by more than a couple of inches. Now, this isn’t necessarily a disadvantage- a plastic boned corset is often cheaper, less rigid, and is therefore generally more comfortable than a steel boned corset, yet can still pull of the incredibly sexy hourglass shaping of that stereotypical corset look. It does mean that you need to be more careful that you don’t try and over-work the material.
This corset is no exception. This bodice very elegant and sexy, and is actually really comfortable to wear. It is plain black satin-like material, and the design is an over-bust design (i.e., the cut and shaping of the material is maximised to show off that hourglass figure, and is a quintessential corset shape). I had to re-order with the small sizing after mistakenly selecting the medium having recently losing weight, and can say that the fitting is pretty accurate. The ‘small’, which is a 22” corset size (i.e., when fully closed, the corset will measure 22” around the smallest part) nicely fits a size 8, however I think it may be a touch too large for a size 6 girl to fit and flatter properly. With a fashion corset, you want to look for a corset with a sizing roughly 2-3 inches below your actual waist measurement, (which is roughly how wide the gap between the laces should be). The ‘medium’ corset (for size 10 - 12) is a corset size 24”. This will probably well fit a size ten, and will more than likely give good fitting to a size twelve.
An over-bust is generally really good for enhancing cleavage. It flattens you significantly from a sideways appearance, but that is offset by impressive uplift. If you’re really small up top- less than a B, I’d recommend you also wear a padded strapless bra or shove in some chicken-fillets into place before you start tightening the lacing. Note, that if you’re wearing a bra, it is possible for it to unclasp itself, but it will not fall off if covered by the corset.
Some notes on general appearance: The corset is all black, in the same material. This is great for someone who is looking for ultra-sleek and stylish, however it could possibly be construed as being ‘plain’, or even boring. There is no additional decoration; no extra material for frills (which, in my book is a benefit), however some contrasting textures over part of the corset, or a two-toned/two-textured fabric might be more interesting, and still keep the corset looking minimalist and sleek.
Materials used: One of the main disadvantages of a plastic-boned corset, is that the materials are often cheaper and simpler then that those used on steel-boned corsets (because they don’t need to withstand the forces of holding a body into a certain shaping). The primary thing to note is that this corset is NOT suitable for trying to pull the waist in (i.e., reduce the waist measurement). You will be able to achieve a minimal amount of natural waist reduction from the sheer cut of the garment, however intentional tight-lacing (pulling the laces tighter than is necessary for the corset to sit snugly over the body - i.e., when you have to overly strain and force the laces when they’re resisting) should NOT be attempted. This will actually damage the corset as it is not designed to withstand that- the fabric will start quickly warping, seams will tear at the fabric before finally popping.
Another thing to note in terms of materials, is that the busk (front fastening) is thinner and cheaper than used on steel-boned corsets. It is PERFECTLY fine for this sort of corset, however you MUST be careful to make sure that each little clasp hooks onto the stud IN SEQUENCE and you DON’T miss any out - otherwise it is common for those studs to sheer off or the hooking parts to bend. If too many of these break in any way, the corset cannot be fastened, and so becomes useless.
Also, because this corset uses plastic boning, that means that it can very easily permanently bend out of shape from very normal every-day wear. Take care not to bend more than a slight degree, and not to slouch or lean over when sitting. Try to choose your activities and posturing to keep your torso as straight as possible as it is VERY easy to bend the bones out of shape. And remember- don’t mess with your shoes once you’re wearing the corset!
A last note - this corset actually uses two sets of ribbons to string up the back. I find this unusual, as I’m used to a single, very long cord, which has the knot of the tied-off ends at the very bottom of the corset. This creates no single lace ends to deal with- you just get two loops, which ensures that you never lose an end. With this corset, there are four lace ends to deal with, which I have to hold and tighten separately (two loops are actually easier to control and you also tie them off as one). If you try and tie off the upper (or sometimes lower) half of the corset first, it then causes problems getting in the way when trying to tie off the other side. Also, the satin ribbons look crumpled and creased very quickly. Unfortunately, it’s very hard to get the sort of length or cord necessary to lace a corset if you want to replace them.
All in all, this is a really nice and elegant corset which is also comfortable to wear, and more inexpensive then a steel-boned corset. I know I have listed several disadvantages, but they are mainly things to be aware of, especially for those who have never worn corsets, or those who are used to steel-boned corsets. The main thing to remember is not to get over-zealous with the lacing, and try to avoid bending the plastic bones out of shape. But otherwise, this is a really nice - if a little plain- garment, and I certainly wouldn’t discourage anyone from buying it if they’re interested.
- Comfortable, classic hourglass shaping, really looks good.
- Plain material; cant tight-lace (reduce waist size); materials more fragile than steelboned corsets.
- Bottom line
- Comfortable and effective to create that gorgeous hourglass look - but don't overwork fabric.
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