CS-511 Double Steel Boned Overbust Corset
The Overbust sister to the CS-426
Hello OC Blog Readers! The CS-511 is a longline corset and requires all the length and curve of the CS-426 .
Women without enough hip curve will find the 511 (and the 426) harder to fit, as it will tend to fully close at the bottom, but not the waist or top-leaving a “V” shape lacing pattern. This is exacerbated when your bust is too large for the corset. The “V” can occur even when you have an ample hip if the corset doesn’t support your upper curves, leaving a gap at the top.
As return readers know, we are perfecting our design for a fuller-busted overbust corset that will fit the many women out there with D-G cup breasts. This task has proven much more daunting than we initially thought! The 511 works great for B-C cups in the smaller sizes (up to about a 24 or 26) and work pretty well for D cup gals in the bigger sizes (over 28). In fact, women who wear a size 36 or better generally find the overbust corset can fit a DD.
As I sit here in newly renamed CS-511, it’s very clear that it does not fit my bust. I sized up to a 24 (normally I wear a 22 in both the 411 and 426) in a vain attempt to add a little more bust room, without much success! I am definitely one of the hundreds, perhaps thousands of women anxiously awaiting the new fuller-busted overbust corset. If you have a small waist and an ample bosom, you will find the 511 with some serious overflow at the bust, while managing to squish your breasts. Of course, if you are looking for that old Victorian look this will be perfect!
Don’t despair my fellow big busted ladies-we are getting closer to perfecting the elusive full-busted overbust corset. I will get a blog out as soon as I have one to test drive! Until then, check out our other informative blogs and YouTube videos.