Corset application in Victorian era is usual for every woman in Western countries. Corset is certainly included in several internal pieces of women gown. Based on the history, a woman must wear several pieces of internal clothes before wearing a dress. These internal pieces of gown consist of stocking, corset, camisole, underwear, coat and then finally a main dress. Contrast with the past fashion style, modern women in 21 century don’t need those pieces of clothes when they are going to wear a dress. There is only a piece of dress to wear simply and quickly. And we don’t even need other person to help us wearing this dress. Nowadays, Victorian corset wedding dresses become a new trend to follow. This classic dress looks modern with a beautiful corset worn outside the dress. Well, it looks crazy, doesn’t it? It may look crazy in the past, but here it looks incredible.
The application of corset outside the dress makes the bride sexier. It is because you can imagine what under the corset only by staring that corset wedding dress. Well, now you know what men imagine when they see a bride in corset dress, right. Ball gown cut is the most famous concept that is applied on the wedding dress with corset. This expanded dress cut actually has an important duty to emphasize the shape of the bride’s slim waist. Corset is another tool to emphasize this women’s asset plus both beautiful busts. Corset may come in different model. A corset with sweetheart neckline is the most classic product, while corset with tank top straps offer hotter scenery of women’s shape in the corset wedding gown. As like the old fashioned corset, the Victorian corset wedding dresses also involve lace as main material of decoration.
The lace is usually applied as embellishment between the base material of the corsets such as satin, silk, taffeta and cotton. Sometimes, there is two colors combination on the corset to make a detail. For instance, the white lace is matched with cream satin to create elegant Victorian corset wedding dresses. Another dress requires embroidered lace on the edges to frame the corsage.