Corset

Cordons, or bustier as they are now called, are not what they used to be. It is claimed that women and some men wore cordons for aesthetic and memory foam purposes since the 16th century. It is presumed that they were created by Mary Brush who patented them in the United States in 1815. Feminists traditionally viewed cordons as a symbol of repression against women. That they were tight, stiff and close fitting undergarments that gave condition to the torso from the breasts to the hips, providing the appearance of an hourglass figure. They acquired no straps or fleshlight sleeves and were used for both momentary purposes (day or evening wear) or as a long lasting way of body modification to achieve a slimmer waist. Ironically, the same corsets that were viewed as a symbol of oppression against women are now part of every fashion conscious woman’s clothing. Korset Berlengan

Corsets have been “in” again since the 1990’s; most new styles are a derivation of the Victorian style corset. They will have become an image of femininity and elegance, though still not a favorite with feminists. A lot of still prefer to use the corset for a few figure reduction, but most wear a corset as a fashion statement. Wedding party dresses, bridal gowns and party dresses have a bodice that will need a zone to be worn beneath the garment. Corsets have also been endorsed by the most glamorous women of the times, such as Sophia Loren, Elizabeth The singer, Ingrid Bergman and more modern day stars like Kate Winslet, Madonna and Nicole Kidman.