What is the difference?

What is the difference?

Miss Anonymous Miss Anonymous
What is the difference between an underbust corset and a waist cincher?
I'm on Youtube looking a corset videos, and trying to decide if I'm going to order the princess waist cincher. All the corsets I've seen on Youtube are underbust ones. So, what is the difference? or are they the same thing just different names.


Also,

If you've tried the princess waist cincher can you tell me about it. Like wearing out of the house. Were you able to breath, and do the normal day things?
09/03/2011
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Miss Anonymous Miss Anonymous
Okay I was curious about this too. A women that I normally watch on youtube posted a video about a corset she ordered. She showed it in the video and it was nice. She shared where she got it from. I went and took a look at the page and the ALL the corsets are under 30$ how is that possible? They are shipping from china. I'm thinking they have to be shit production value. Idk Just curious about it. The cheapest corset I've EVER seen was like 50 something bucks and that was here on EF.
09/03/2011
Princess-Kayla ♥ Princess-Kayla ♥
All the corsets I've seen are super expensive.
09/03/2011
Peggi Peggi
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Originally posted by Miss Anonymous
What is the difference between an underbust corset and a waist cincher?
I'm on Youtube looking a corset videos, and trying to decide if I'm going to order the princess waist cincher. All the corsets I've seen on Youtube are underbust ...
I can't be certain as I haven't really worn many different types of corsets but from what I understand they are pretty much the same, but focus on tightening different parts of your body or focusing on different parts. I know that anything that is boned tends to make you look thinner, I THINK the underbust corsets are meant to tighten the waist and give lift to the breast area? I think that's the type I'm thinking of. But, if you look at some different corsets here on the site, they'll give description of what areas they focus on, of course. And for something to make you look a few dress sizes smaller you'll want something boned. As for being able to wear them out of the house, you can, some of them are more comfortable than others, it all depends on what they are made out of. The problem is, some of them are very tight, and long term it can be uncomfortable. I've worn one once, to the mall, I wasn't gone for more than 45 minutes so I was fine, but I think more than that would drive me crazy
09/03/2011
Peggi Peggi
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Originally posted by Miss Anonymous
Okay I was curious about this too. A women that I normally watch on youtube posted a video about a corset she ordered. She showed it in the video and it was nice. She shared where she got it from. I went and took a look at the page and the ALL the ...
They're cheaply made if they can sell them for that low price.
09/03/2011
Ghost Ghost
Underbust corsets are longer than waist cinchers. The waist cinchers are supposed to only go around the waist and, you guessed it, cinch it. Underbust corsets tend to be of the same construction as overbust corsets, but are cupless. These tend to be more comfortable if you have a larger breast size, but not always! It depends on the construction. Cheaply made ones will pinch.
09/04/2011
Ghost Ghost
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Originally posted by Ghost
Underbust corsets are longer than waist cinchers. The waist cinchers are supposed to only go around the waist and, you guessed it, cinch it. Underbust corsets tend to be of the same construction as overbust corsets, but are cupless. These tend to be ...
As an aside, I collect professional custom-made corsets (you know, the ones in the $300-$500 price range made for waist training). If you have corset questions, feel free to message me!
09/04/2011
Miss Anonymous Miss Anonymous
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Originally posted by Peggi
I can't be certain as I haven't really worn many different types of corsets but from what I understand they are pretty much the same, but focus on tightening different parts of your body or focusing on different parts. I know that anything ...
Thanks for answering my post. I did some looking around on other sites, and notice that some have like the bust "cut out" at the top. I also seen some that were just a stright line across the top. I'm looking for one that I can wear out, or pair with some nice jeans and go to a party. Alot of the cotsets here on EF are all ruffled up. The one I'm dying to try just went out of stock. Its annoying lol hahahaha

how many corsets do you own?
09/04/2011
Miss Anonymous Miss Anonymous
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Originally posted by Peggi
They're cheaply made if they can sell them for that low price.
That's what I thought!! The saying is true. You get what you pay for.
09/04/2011
Miss Anonymous Miss Anonymous
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
As an aside, I collect professional custom-made corsets (you know, the ones in the $300-$500 price range made for waist training). If you have corset questions, feel free to message me!
I'm going to send you a message. I have a few questions.
09/04/2011
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