Corset sizing varies from style to style, and designer to designer. Ordering a reduced waist size in a specific style and size does not mean all styles in this size will accommodate you the same way. Therefore, we recommend submitting measurements when ordering to ensure the fit (See measuring guide below). We are happy to provide sizing information on specific styles upon request. If you are unsure as to which styles will best accommodate you, feel free to contact us. Corsets should be ordered 4-6 inches below the natural waist measurement for proper function and fit. Keep in mind, a solid frame has less give than a softer frame, and a 6 inch reduction would not be recommended in this case (large lacing gaps may result). Corsets should not be ordered with a 2 inch reduction, unless the wearer is waist training or tight-lacing and requires the next smallest size. Ordering in 2 inch reduced waist sizes will require made to measure and an additional fees will apply.
How to Measure
Standard Sizing note: In order for a standard size corset to properly accommodate you, your bust, and hip measurements must be 3-4 inches larger than the corset pattern measures closed (based on 4 inch reduction - solid frame).
Cup styles and bras accommodate a A-C cup. D cups or larger require made to measure (additional fee applies).