Corset Q & A Series

Corset Q & A Episode 19: Orchard Corset Staff, What is your favorite corset and why?

In our Corset Q & A series we’ll be giving you quick answers to some of the most common questions we get regarding steel boned corsets, waist training and corseting here at Orchard Corset.

What is your favorite corset to wear and why?

We have the luxury of trying out all our corset styles here at the Orchard Corset Headquarters, so our staff are very savvy on which corset works best for them. We’ll find out which style they prefer (and why) to help our fans in their buying decisions!

Brittney is up first and she is a big fan of our 426 Short. Her favorite features? She loves that it is curvy, because SHE is a curvy lady, she likes the length because she spends a lot of her day sitting at a computer and it is short enough that it is comfortable for her to sit in. She also likes that it comes up high in the back to cover any back bulge that might try to creep up! Check out our CS 426 Short product blog here.

The stats on Brittney:

  • underbust: 36″
  • waist: 34.5″
  • upper hip: 44″
  • corset size: 26

Erin’s favorite is the CS 201 in Mesh. She likes it because it pairs well with really casual clothes like jeans and comes in great colors (black, beige and red & black) that go well with anything. Click here for more information on the CS 201 in mesh.

The stats on Erin:

  • underbust: 28.5″
  • waist: 26.5″
  • upper hip: 33″
  • corset size: 20 or 22

Please let us know in the comments if there are any questions that you’d like to see answered in our Corset Q & A series!




Hiya! I'm the Marketing Director here at Orchard Corset, which is pretty much the best place ever to work! (like you hadn't already guessed THAT!) I live in beautiful Washington state with a husband a few animals and some kiddos in the mix. I prefer margaritas (on the rocks with salt) but a mojito will do in a pinch!


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