Jesse corset

Corset by Leg Avenue

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Give Yourself Some Hips

The Jesse Corset, while amazingly corset, is missing some marks when it comes to fitting well. It doesn't have great breast support, feels a bit weak, and can get scratchy and very hot. However, it's still a gorgeous corset that does the job of cinching in the waist.
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Pros:
Very sexy looking, does cinch in the waist a bit, very difficult to put on without help
Cons:
No breast support, some strands coming loose, feels a bit flimsy, gets warm
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review
The Jesse Corset is a very sexy-looking corset from Leg Avenue. The corset is made from 80% nylon and 20% spandex. It comes in small, medium, and large. The main colors are red and black. This set only includes the corset - no leggings, gloves, stockings, garters or anything. Just the corset, so don't be fooled by the picture. The corset has a lace-up back which makes it amazingly adjustable.

For those who are interested, this piece was worn by my crossdressing boyfriend who is a size 3/5/7 in women's depending on the clothing, 150 pounds, and six feet tall. We ordered a size Medium for him though with as much extra lacing we had, we could have easily ordered a size small.

While this corset is adjustable, I still recommend you go with your regular size unless you want to make some adjustments to the closure of the corset. See, the strings to the corset come tied together. I assume this is how they are supposed to stay unless you want your corset coming unlaced. This means you have to slip the corset over your body from either your shoulders your legs to wear it. Jor must have it completely unlaced to successfully do this, but once it's laced up, he easily has 3 feet of extra lace just hanging around. He normally wears a medium, but the lace-up back made it so he could have easily had a small. So you can order down a size, but it will require you to untie the two strands from each other to actually get the corset on your body.

The corset itself has quite a few different parts to it. For one, the breast portion is lacking in underwire. This can cause quite a few problems - mostly because it doesn't provide the sexy life that I would enjoy seeing in a corset. Along with that, there's a stretchy elastic band that goes along the top of the cups, so if you are a bit larger in breast size, your breasts are going to uncomfortably press up against those elastic. If you have smaller sized breasts, (I'd say C or smaller), your breasts aren't going to get any sort of "life", and will just kinda sit inside the corset. (Notice how you don't see any cleavage on the model even though she probably has large, fake breasts.) This corset really deemphasizes the breasts because it doesn't provide any lift to give cleavage. I'd also say that, if you are above a D cup, you are going to be a bit uncomfortable and overfill the cups awkwardly. The inside of the cups is really comfortably and squishy though - just not supportive or push-up-y at all. Unless you have the corset cinched nice and tightly, your breasts won't have any sort of support at all.

Along with the breasts, there's some polka-dot mesh along the top of the breast cups. The mesh isn't uncomfortable at all. Between the breasts, there is a large, black bow that looks pretty cute. Underneath the breasts, there is a layer of black fabric (hard to see in the picture) that honestly doesn't provide much support. It helps support the breasts a bit when the outfit is completely cinched tightly, but it's mostly for decoration.

The body of the corset is nice and smooth. The inside is a bit scratchy. This confuses me. You are stuck with a bit of scratchy on the inside of the corset while the outside is soft satin. The corset itself is also made with some plastic boning - so it will cinch, but not much. There are some loose threads all over the outfit after just two relatively brief wearings. There isn't anything starting to rip or tear though, but I honestly wonder about this corset sometimes. It feels really light-weight and flimsy, so I'm always afraid I'm going to tear it just by attempting to cinch it. I will say that the boyfriend says it's pretty heavy, so it doesn't breath well, and you will most likely end up sweating in this with long-term wear.
Experience
When it comes to actually putting the corset on, I'd say that you should definitely seek out someone to help you put it on. Lacing up the back is a giant pain in the butt. Seriously. It's near-impossible to do by yourself and get a good cinch. To get any sort of tight cinch going on, you will need someone to help you. There is also no privacy panel in the back of the corset, so you will see bare skin when wearing the corset. So does it cinch? Yes, slightly. It's nothing as amazing as steel boning or anything, but it gave the boyfriend a slight bit of girlish hips. That was when it was laced tight enough that he was definitely feeling the strain on his breathing. It will not give you an amazing figure, but it will cinch in any fat that you have to an extent. It will give you a nice, flatter figure with some slight hips. When cinched tightly enough to do that, though, I recommend you avoid anything that will require you to actually be able to take deep breaths.

I would recommend this corset to someone who has a bit of fat but wants to flatten it out in a cute, sexy manner, but isn't expecting a lot of cinching around the waist to give her hips. I'd also recommend you find a strapless bra to give you push-up to your breasts and make the corset look more attractive - this corset does not provide much in terms of push-up to your breasts. If you have a D cup or larger, this corset will probably not hold in your breasts well enough to wear. If you are proud of your arms and shoulders but would prefer to hide a bit of fat around your midsection, this corset works amazingly. If you want something to help take a bit of attention away from your legs and thighs, the viewer's attention goes straight to the stomach and bare shoulders which helps distract the viewer from your "problem sections". The corset stays put, and while I honestly doubt it's going to last a long time, it's seriously a gorgeous corset while it lasts. If you can come up with a plan for your breasts, this is a beautiful corset. It even covers up enough to wear it out in public.
Follow-up commentary
The Jesse Corset is still beautiful, but it's not our first-corset on the list. We haven't worn it too often, but I am worried about it breaking or ripping sooner or later. It doesn't seem too high quality after multiple uses which is slightly concerning.
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  • sunsplash
    sunsplash  
    awesome
  • Hentialover
    Hentialover  
    Good to know about the lack of breast support, that's a big one for me! Thanks for the honest review.
  • LoneOokami
    LoneOokami  
    Thanks for the info.
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