anyone have any success with economic corsets?

Boobs and Lubes Boobs and Lubes
Fully reversible corset and thong review
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04/12/2012
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Originally posted by Boobs and Lubes
what's the best brand?
^^^ that corset up there is kinda disappointing. I just wrote a review of it last night. Crazy thing.

Coquette and DreamGirl's corsets are okay. They're usually a hit or miss when it comes to quality and design.

I really like the Midnight Zip Front Corset I got from Escante. Looks wonderful and doesn't feel cheap at all.

I did get the Green Tesa's Sweetheart Corset by Escante and that one was sort of disappointing, but the black might be fine.

On the other hand, I really don't find any of the corsets here to be too impressive after I was sent a $100+ steel-boned corset that's supposed to compete with these "novelty corsets" which are actually "bustiers". The $250+ genuine steel-boned corset puts these to total shame, but it's serious business.
04/12/2012
redhead1977 redhead1977
I've tried these kinds of corsets and if you have tummy rolls at all, they don't hold you in much and don't support. If you can save up and purchase a high quality boned corset, it's worth the money.
04/14/2012
Raigne Raigne
I second purchasing a better quality boned corset if you're looking for support and cinching. If you're worried about comfort, a corset that's fitted correctly should be comfortable. The only way it's not a good investment is if your weight fluctuates frequently, because if your measurements change by more than a couple inches it won't fit properly anymore. If that's not a problem, then it really is worth spending extra on. A high quality corset well cared for will last a very long time.
04/14/2012
Porygorish Porygorish
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Originally posted by redhead1977
I've tried these kinds of corsets and if you have tummy rolls at all, they don't hold you in much and don't support. If you can save up and purchase a high quality boned corset, it's worth the money.
I agree completely
08/19/2012
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