Corset Q & A Series

Corset Q & A Episode 23: Orchard Corset Staff, What Is Your Favorite Corset & 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?

Here at Orchard Corset World Headquarters we have the luxury of trying out all our corset styles, so our staff are very savvy on which corset works best for them. We’ll find out which style they prefer and why, and it may help you in your buying decisions!

Desiree is up first and she loves the CS 345, and the maroon looks FABULOUS on her! What she likes best about this underbust corset is that it comes up very high in the back to control back bulge and the stylish contour under the bust keeps her bra perfectly in place!

Renee couldn’t be held to just one corset so we let her have two favorites. She is wearing our CS 426 with Hip Ties and she loves this one because she already has an exaggerated hourglass shape, so she needs a lot of curve in her corset. By loosening the hip ties she can still to continue to cinch the corset closed evenly without forming a ( ) shape in the laces!

Renee’s other favorite corset is the CS 201. This is a great little corset that is going to end up on a LOT of favorites lists around here. Renee likes it because the sides are short enough to come up over her hips, so she can still cinch it tight and stay comfortable while waist training.  Check out our product review on the CS 201 in mesh.

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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