Military steampunk Corset for diesel punk / costume/ army/ cosplay. Recycled British uniform. MADE TO ORDER. by LyndseyBoutique
Military steampunk corset. Army, Steam punk/ diesel punk. Recycled material.
Fully boned steel corset,
made from real military jacket.
All items in my shop are handmade in England!
Made to order
Available with or without a modesty panel (no extra charge)
Please email me *BEFORE* buying and I will send you my measuring guide to ensure the measurements are accurate.
For all military uniform designs, I would allow 1-1.5 weeks for sourcing materials, so please factor this in when ordering for a specific date. It is often worth contacting me, as I sometimes have uniforms in stock.
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All of my military designs use a mixture of NON-current issue Uniforms, badges and buttons- the goal is an eclectic military twist, and as such conforms to laws surrounding civilians wearing military uniforms and insignia to the best of my knowledge. And I apologise to anyone offended by the use of stripes and badges, in this or any of my other designs. I do not use any current issue uniforms. Please be aware of any current events that may make wearing a uniform (all be it something so far removed from those issued by the armed forces!) inappropriate.
It is legal to buy and wear a uniform, but illegal to try to pass yourself off as military personnel. Whilst I sincerely doubt anyone will see this uniform and conclude that it is military issued, it is important for me to outline these facts!
If you are interested in ordering a corset, note that all of my made to measure corsets are made with width measurements AND length measurements, not just waist size. So I can cater for a multitude of shapes, sizes and proportions, as well as any design specifications. Just get in touch to discuss! :)Most of my designs are custom designed for the customer, and whilst I may create a smilar style, I promise never to make 2 the same. I want every item I make to be unique,and I want my customers to have something that is theirs, and theirs alone.
The construction process;
I design and draft a pattern, alter the pattern to any specific custom requests and I source material. My steel corsets all consist of three layers; a cotton lining, a coutil middle layer (this is a non stretchy, rigid corset middle, and the outer layer of fabric unique to each design (finer fabrics are mounted on an additional coutil layer when necessary). The corsets have 10 spiral steel bones, and 4 flat steel bones, always at least 7mm wide, and, where used, a steel centre front busk and a minimum 1" wide waist stay. All bones are capped, and the ensemble is double stitched on all seams, and top stitched. Bias binding is sewn down by hand to ensure an even, professional result.
Eyelets are fixed in with washers to make them extra secure, this is done with a mechanical press. And then I make and attach modesty panels and any embellishments.