Lacing

4 Ways To Lace Your Corset Faster

There is no doubt that a woman who wears a corset looks stunning. Corsets bring out the amazing figure of your body, and it looks scorching hot. Wearing a corset is easy. What’s not? The struggle of lacing up your corsets! I honestly want to wear a corset all the time but I never really like the lacing part. It’s troublesome and it takes a lot of patience, which apparently I don’t have. I’ve always had to depend on someone else to do it for me until I discovered these easy steps on how you can lace your corsets in a fast and efficient way.

Step 1: Take that corset off of you. You’re not Daniel Browning Smith who can contort your body in a hundred ways. Place the corset on a table and count the eyelets from top to the middle. If your count is an odd number, start from the underside and vice versa.

Step 2: Starting from the inside, insert the lace on the top eyelets of the corset. Pull it and make sure the ends meet and of the same length.

Step 3: Insert the lace from the left side to the next eyelet on the right. Do the same for the lace on the top right hole. The lace should now be inside the corset. Keep on doing it until you reach the middle.

Step 4: Make a puller loop. Don’t panic because it’s very simple. The lace should be outside of the corset at this point. Hold the lace on the left side and insert it on the next eyelet below and then do the same for the right side. Don’t pull it too tight though because this is what you will pull when you’re ready to adjust the corset in your body.

Step 5: Simply repeat step three. Just a little reminder, make an allowance of at least 5 inches between the two sides of the corset if you want to be able to wear it.

Step 6: Now that you’ve reached the bottom, it’s time to tie the lace. Use bow knots to make it look even better.

Now the lace is all prepped up. It’s time for you wear your corset. Just pull the loops to adjust it and viola, you look fantastic!

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