Corset Sizing Measurements Guide
As a general sizing guide, corsets should be ordered 4-7 inches smaller than your natural waist, depending on what your purpose is for buying a steel boned corset. For instance, if your natural waist is 32” and you plan on waist training we recommend a 26” corset. But if you plan on using your corset for fashion purposes, back support, improving your posture or as part of a costume, the corset should be 3-5” smaller than your natural waist. So, for the same 32” natural waist you could order a 28” corset. As mentioned above this is a general guide, for accurate sizing we always recommend sending in all your measurements for a proper fit. Different corsets have different shapes and are suitable for different bodies.
There are four key measurements you need to choose the right corset size/style:
If at any point you have any questions or simply not sure on how to correctly measure, please CONTACT US. Please use the guideline below for reference. Once you collect all your measurements, email them to us firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you within 1-2 hours with the best recommendation for your body.
Corset Measurements for Women
A – Underbust: Measure right under your breasts.
B – Natural Waist: Measure at the smallest part of your waist usually right above your belly button.
C – High Hip: Measure around the iliac crest, this where you low rise jeans sit. Please do not measure around your butt, that’s too low.
D – Torso: Start with the measuring tape at the underbust, sit in a chair, and measure to the hip crease (where your leg bends at the hip when seated). Do this at each hip and use the shorter measurement, if one side is shorter.