This video is all about wearing a corset as an accessory. Our Gia Black PVC Corset is the ultimate waspie corset. Due to it being only 6 inches long it makes the perfect accessory to any outfit. It can be worn as a wide corset belt and will not only bring in your waist but will turn a simple look into something more.
Hello, friends. And welcome back to our Glamorous Corset YouTube channel. On today’s episode, we will be talking about how to wear a corset as an accessory. So, as you could see, today I’m wearing one of those flowy type of dresses. It’s super pretty. However, I don’t have any emphasis on my waist. And I would like my waist to be cinched in so I can have more of an hourglass silhouette.
So, I will be using our Gia Waspie corset in PVC. It’s available in PVC and in satin. This is one of our shortest corsets every made. It’s only six inches long. So, it’s super-duper short. It’s excellent to wear as an accessory to any outfit because it can serve not only as a corset, but you can wear it as a corset belt. This is exactly why I chose Gia for today’s episode to demonstrate exactly how I can bring emphasis to my waistline while wearing my Gia corset.
You guys know already prior to putting on any corset, we always have to loosen up the laces in the back. This is what the Gia Waspie looks like. Again, it’s available in the PVC, this beautiful shiny PVC and in a satin version. My laces are already loosened in the back. And now, I will wrap Gia around because I need some definition in my waistline today. Close the bust, fix my dress, here we go.
Just a little bit of pulling and already a completely different look.
Let me show you the back. I want to tighten it just a bit more so I can emphasize on my waist.
Okay, so here we are. I have some definition in my waist. I feel like it’s a beautiful addition to this lovely dress. It’s only six inches long. So, it works out exceptionally well as a corset belt. And it can be worn by just about anyone from petite to plus size.
I’m just about ready to make my bow in the back because I feel nice and comfortable, and this is where I will be tying the bow for the finish.
Here’s the front. Front close up of the Gia belt. Back, super comfortable. Won’t even reach your hips because it’s very short. Only six inches long. A great accessory to any outfit.
Once again guys, if you’re looking to bring some emphasis to your waistline, our Gia belt will make a great accessory. Super short. It can be worn as a mini corset, as a waspie corset, or simply as a wide corset belt. It’ll make your waist stand out. It will bring emphasis to your cinched waistline. And of course, create a bomb outfit.
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My name is Rachel, I am the owner of Glamorous Corset, a small business founded by me in 2010. Back In 2005, I was in a car accident that left me with a herniated disk. Much to my surprise I learned steel boned corsets were beneficial to several medical injuries including mine. I was always intrigued with corsetry, their history and their beautiful aesthetic. I love sharing knowledge about corsets, educating my wonderful readers and breaking the negative stigma related to corsetry. In combination with my years of research and personal experience I hope my articles are useful and can help anyone who has struggled with some of the same things I have. More about me…