Products & Sizing Info
How to find your correct corset size yourself:
- Take your waist measurement in inches at the smallest place, just above the navel, with seamstress tape or a string and ruler. This is your natural waist size.
- Subtract 4 inches from this number. This is your "ideal" corset size. However, because not all corsets are measured on the same scale, your exact size need may not be available. Choose the corset size that is closest to your ideal number.
Example. If your natural waist measures 34 inches, your ideal corset size will be 30 inches. This allows you to reduce your waist 2 inches, while maintaining a small gap in the back for adjustments.
To make the sizing more accurate, you can measure your bust (just below the breasts) as well as hips and take these numbers into consideration as well. This is mostly necessary if there is a large difference between the circumference of your waist and the hips/bust. We always offer free, no-purchase-necessary personal fittings so that your corset order is most accurate.
*NOTE* Please remember, there are many things to consider when fitting and choosing a corset, and these are just the basics. Sizing off the rack corsets is not always 100% accurate and various brands size their items differently. If you ae worried about accuracy of sizing, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment for a fitting or for a free online consultation.
Daisy Top Drawer Corset Size Chart
iGlam USA Corset Size Chart
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