Plus Size Steel-Boned Longline Underbust Brocade Corset (CS-426)


This original design by Orchard Corset has extreme curves to flatter and shape. Crafted from the finest polybrocade that is sturdier than our luxurious satin.  The CS-426 steel boned waist trainer is made with a contoured underbust line that is curved to fit directly under the bust and is longer in the torso than our standard underbust corset (here is a video to help you decide if you are long enough). One of our best options for fuller figures! The corset is completely lined in 100% cotton and trimmed in black satin. Sizes 34-46. Smaller sizes available

Corsets are intended to cinch down several inches. We recommend that you order 5-7 inches below your natural waist measurements to allow for cinching. Plus sizes (waists over 38 inches) should order 7-10 inches below. So if you have a 29 inch waist, we would recommend that you purchase a size 24. A size 24 will have a 24" waist when fully laced shut. The hips will measure about 12 inches larger than the waist, and the underbust is about 6-7 inches larger when laced shut.

See our sizing page for additional information.

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We want your shopping experience to be fabulous and stress-free. Check out our Corset 101 sizing page and please ask our sizing experts via chat, email or phone if you need sizing help before you order. If it still isn’t right we have a hassle-free 30 day exchange/return policy.

  • All corsets must be returned in their new, original condition
  • You are responsible for return shipping cost, but we will ship out your first exchange free of charge (US only)
  • Corsets received with signs of wear or damage will be assessed a 25% restocking fee (either deducted from your refund or collected before we ship the exchange)

Tips for trying on your corset to assure full credit

  • Wear a tank top or camisole under your corset to prevent oils, lotions and deodorants from transferring to the garment
  • Keep pets away to avoid animal hair on garment
  • Don't overtighten while trying on your corset as this will begin the break-in process and show wear on the corset (and warp the boning if the corset is ill-fitting)
  • Do not begin seasoning your corset if you are unsure of the fit. Contact customer care for help or advice

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