Vollers Traditional Underbust Corset
Best selling underbust corset
The Vollers traditional underbust corset is a stunning underbust corset that works beautifully as an evening wear accessory as well as an all-day waist trainer. Since Vollers are the oldest remaining traditional corset maker still in operation it’s fair to say that this classic underbust design is the one which most other underbust designs are derived from; it is certainly one of the most emulated. Just take a look at any of the current day manufacturers and you will see close copies of this corset but none come close to the precision and quality in construction.
This Vollers 1870u style is slightly longer than many of the other Vollers underbust corsets, which gives the wearer a stunning silhouette. The use of premium steel bones along with the very best grade of cotton twill lining and beautiful yet durable outer material ensures a 4 to 6-inch cinch is achievable by careful waist training and careful redistribution to achieve a classic female hourglass body shape.
Since they have been hand-making corsets since 1899, Vollers have created an art and science of creating their garments. Each corset is lovingly created by hand and is known for its longevity. Although they have a higher ticket price they are a better value than the majority of corsets because they last so long. As with all our Vollers styles they are made to order – we confirm measurements with you to ensure perfect fit and then your corset takes approximately 2 to 3 weeks to be finished and delivered.
The Vollers Traditional Underbust corset is available in the entire selection of Vollers fabrics and finishes, including luxurious satin, Chinese silk, denim, and PVC.
Colors: Black Satin/White Satin/Ivory Satin/Gold Satin/Baby Pink Satin/Baby Blue Satin/Red Satin/Blue Satin/Purple Satin/Green Satin/Pinstripe Pink Stripe/Pinstripe White Stripe/Blue Denim/Black PVC/Black Chinese Silk/Jade Chinese Silk/Cerise Chinese Silk
How do I choose the right size corset?
To get the right fit for your corset, you will want to start by using a tape measure to measure the narrowest part of your waist, which you can find by bending the top part of your body with your legs straight – where your waist creases is going to be the place to measure.
Take 5-7 inches off this number, and this will be the size you need for your corset.
Handy tip: If you can pinch an inch or more of soft flesh around the waist then you can deduct up to a maximum of 7 inches from the actual waist measurement, otherwise deduct just 5. We recommend with the double-boned corsets that you deduct a full 7 or 8 inches if your waist size is 38 or above to get the correct size. These corsets are extra strong, so a full 8-inch cinch is possible.
For further guidance, read our corset shape and style blog post, or head to the corset and waist training help section of our blog.
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- Made from deluxe materials including 100% stainless steel, flexible steel boning – flat and spiral
- 100% durable cotton-twill lined with soft, strong outer-panel material
- Traditional Eurpean design
- Intended for tight-lacing and guaranteed to last under normal use
- Superior artisanal workmanship ensures each corset is made to exacting standards
- All styles and sizes in stock ready to ship direct from the U.S.A.
- Easy-returns for size exchange
- No quibble money-back guarantee if you are not satisfied with your corset(s) upon inspection
- Live customer support 7 days a week for help with sizeing on 1-888 721 8688