Post # 1
Ok, so my wedding corset was preeeeety pricey! (Thanks double D’s! I needed something “custom”). So now it sits in my drawer and I want to, um, get some use out of it. (Actually, hubby would like to see me in it!). But it’s not so romantic or sexy when you have to ask him to do up a million bra clip thingy-s in the back.
Is there any way to get this on by myself?
Post # 3
Can you put it on backwards, so the clips are in the front, and then turn it around?
Post # 3
I had a corset like that and I just did it up in the front under the girls, then i turned it around and adjusted myself.
It can be a bit uncomfortable but it is only temporary
Post # 4
Oh my gosh, ladies, you are geniuses and I feel so stupid right now!
I’ll try it out!
It’s a shame to let a $200 corset sit in a drawer!
Post # 6
As a former professional burlesque dancer I have had to lace up a corset by myself more than a few times.
I suggest one of two ways, put on some lotion (to lubricate the area – no, seriously) put the corset on backwards then lace it up. Next is the awesomely sexy part, trying to scoot the damn thing around. It takes time and some seriously deep exhales contracting the abs.
The other is to just lace up the back loosely and stand in front of a mirror at an angle you can see behind you. With the quickness of a ninja and the flexibility of a yogi you must then reach for both laces and pull the laces taught. May I emphaize taking your time and pulling slowly and evenly. Otherwise you risk you corset laces look sloppy.
With practice and patience you too shall master the art of putting on a corset! 😀
Post # 7
With great difficulty I suspect.