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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. 1790 Marie Stays

c. 1790 Marie Stays

from 447.00

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The Marie is designed to be worn with the “Round Gowns” of the late eighteenth-century. Adjustable with both center front and center back lacings, the stays shape in under the bust. The length is cut to sit above the waist, controlling the torso through the ribcage. The boning is firm 5/16” steel. These stays have shoulder straps attached with adjustable front lacing.

  • 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

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Below: Flatlined c. 1790 Marie Stays with contrasting front under-placket worn with a custom lace trimmed shift. 

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c. 1790 full silhouette- Marie corset in natural coutil paired with a shift in white

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