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Corsets include:

-Steel boning

-Corded edges

-Back underlap placket

-Back laced grommet opening

-Front drawstring to shape neckline

-Side seam allowances for alterations

c. 1725 Louisa Stays

c. 1725 Louisa Stays

from 487.00

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The Louisa creates a shapely, triangular form, using 1/4" steel and spiral bones, and two layers of coutil. The stays are cut to enhance and lift the bust, and shape the waist. The waist tabs, cut in one with the stays, curve over the hips. The shoulder straps are optional, as this style was often seen without straps.

  • Fabrics and colors:
    natural, white, beige, or black 100% cotton coutil, brocades or flatlined to your own fabrics

  • Sizes: S-2XL or custom

  • Alterable side seams and straps for a customized fit

  • Removable straps

Louisa Style:
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c. 1725 Louisa in Dusty Rose Brocade

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c. 1725 Louisa stays with straps removed

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c. 1725 Louisa flatlined to client's fabric, for touring production of Les Miserables


c. 1725 Louisa flatlined in client’s fabrics for American Gods, Season 1

Period Corsets Louisa American Gods