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What exactly is a "busk" anyway?  Single/double/triple bone casings?!  Just what are "bones" and what do they look like?  Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words when it comes to breaking down corset-related jargon.  Click the pictures to enlarge with a full description of what goes into our corsetry and why it's special.

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The strength layer of our corsets is made of coutil, a fabric specially made for corsetry. We use two different varieties depending on the style and construction, but both are sturdy, 100% cotton with a dense herringbone weave that moulds to the figure and ensures a long lasting corset. Here you can also see the detail of our hand-sewn binding.