The Corset Evolution by Victoria Vane

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 Corsets, in one form or another, have been worn since the days of antiquity.
One of the earliest forms of the corset was even made of iron!
Although the corset has never completely disappeared from modern fashion, it is now more of a novelty to wear. But for nearly five hundred years, they were a compulsory part of every women's wardrobe.


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4 Responses

  1. dholcomb1

    no matter how long they’been around, they still haven’t made them more comfortable to wear.


  2. Teresa Broderick

    Imagine the one made of steel!!!! They’re uncomfortable buggers whatever they’re made of. My mother made me wear a panty type one in my early teens. I HATED it!! Can’t see that it did anything for me either.

  3. Maggi Andersen

    We modern girls can’t imagine being so restricted. But I guess they were used to it. They were’n’t required to be as active.