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What to Wear With Your Corset! Wear It Wednesday, March 2

Welcome to our Wear-It Wednesday series! Wondering what to wear with your corset? We’ll break down an entire outfit, head to toe, that one of our ladies from Orchard Corset is wearing. We’ll let you know where she bought each item and how much she paid for it.

CS 411 royal blue satin corset mary wear it wednesday closeup

Hello readers!  I’m here to tell you about our lovely Mary’s fun & funky outfit!  As you have probably noticed in past Wear It Wednesday posts, Mary has a great sense of style and she absolutely loves to coordinate her corset with her outfit, she does so beautifully!

The focus of Mary’s outfit is her very loved CS-411 in royal blue satin ($69), it fits her like a glove!  She is sporting some very eye catching leggings ($25) from Legz for Dayz as well- the blue matches perfectly!  She kept it basic with everything else and chose classic black for her cardigan, blouse and pumps.  The icing on the cake (pun intended as she is our resident baker at OC!) is her jelwery, she is wearing a lovely necklace and earring set to top it all off.

CS 411 royal blue satin corset mary wear it wednesday fullMary looks pulled together and the best part is that she was super comfy all day!  It doesn’t get much better than that, right?

We would love to hear how you like to stay comfy and still look pulled together in the comments!

If you’d like more ideas for styling with your corset, be sure to follow us on Instagram where we post an outfit of the day! If you’d like us to see YOUR styling ideas use #OrchardCorset and #corsetstyle!

 

Hi there! I am obsessed with my job here at Orchard Corset, I am our social media coordinator and part-time customer service agent and occasionally I get in front of the camera. I have a super nerdy 9-year-old son and I have been with the love of my life for 10 years now. We share our home with 3 cats; Lola, Kira & Alpha Beast. Bloody Marys, Rob Zombie, tattoos, roller skating and fierce eyebrows are a few of my favorite things.

6 Comments

  • Rebecca

    Hi, my name is Rebecca. I am hoping you can help me. I recently purchased the Vedette-902-Beige-34 in a small. I tried it on and wore it for about an hour at home, it kept riding up on my right hip and folding over the top. I love corsets and thought I would give a latex waist trainer a try, I am not sure what to do at this point, should I exchange it for a smaller size, or different style? My waist is a 32, hips are 37, and undercuts about a 30. I chose this one, because I have a short torso, and thought it would work well. Or am I just not wearing it correctly?

    • Brittney Loveall-Talley

      Hi Rebecca! A size small would be good for a waistline of 26-28″, it sounds like a different size &/or style might be the way to go for you. Do you know how long your torso is? The 348 in a medium might be a great option for you depending on your torso length. The 348 measures 11″ compared to the 7″ length of the 902. The 902 doesn’t have a high compression but the 348 does as the 348 style has latex in it. Let me know if I can help with anything else!

      • Rebecca

        I don’t like the colors offered in the 348. What about the 103? I was reading the reviews and it might be what I am looking for. What size should I get, if I exchange the 902? And what do all these numbers and CS mean? Thanks so much for your help!!

        • Brittney Loveall-Talley

          Hi Rebecca! The 103 is a bit longer than the 348, the 103 is 12.5″ & the 348 is 11″. “CS” is in front of our corsets, just corset style 🙂 Different numbers for corsets mean different styles, the same for the waist cinchers. I hope that helps you to make your decision. Have an awesome day!

  • Amanda Jenkins

    Hi, my name is Amanda and when wearing my corset all my fat gets pushed up to my breast area. This makes me look weird at the top although I have the hour glass shape in the waist area. What can I do? Thanks

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