B&W Striped corset: patterning, cutting, & construction

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7 Responses

  1. Once again, your work is simply superlative. I don’t think there are enough quality adjectives to describe your projects. The thought and care you put into everything you do is unbelievably detailed and exquisite. This striped corset is just stunning.

    I do hope we get to see your client modeling it with the outfit its designed to go with. :-) Something this pretty should not be hidden underneath other clothing!

  2. Janice says:

    Just Stunning.

  3. Lauren says:

    I think that is the most beautiful thing I’ve seen, well, since your italian gown, LOL. I can’t even begin to figure out how you matched those stripes and got them to do all those things on the curved seems (even though you explained it). I’m completely floored!

  4. Damia says:

    This is so amazing! Words can’t describe. Thanks for sharing all the details behind the construction, that really adds to the enjoyment of this beautiful corset. Your client has fabulous taste and together you’ve come up with a gorgeous corset **jealous** :)

  5. Ellira says:

    WOW. I had to save this in my feed reader until I could devote proper time to reading it. Totally worth it. The corset is a thing of beauty, as usual, but when you add the stripes into the mix, it seems like a miracle as well!

    I can’t wait to see this matched with something else in the photoshoot. I’m picturing a top hat …

  6. laurie says:

    The primary intention is to be worn underneath actually. The decorative nature of this design is a hidden detail with the option to wear it more playfully with the bow tie as outerwear.

    A top hat might be just lovely with it. I’m not sure exactly how we are going to style it for the photoshoot but I will keep that in mind.

    Thank you all for the feedback. I do try to take in-progress shots but sometimes it is just too busy. Luckily with this project I was able to put together a more complete picture of the process than some.

    I plan to continue with taking as many project photos as possible to share construction nuances since people seem to enjoy that the most on my blog. Would most of you agree with that?

  7. Laura says:

    Beautiful….thanks for sharing…now you have topped my favorite bloggers.

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