Standard Corset Size Chart

Size
Full Bust
Ribcage
Waist
High Hip
Low Hip
18
26"
22"
18"
22"
28"
20
28"
24"
20"
24"
30"
22
30"
26"
22"
26"
32"
24
32"
28"
24"
28"
34"
26
34"
30"
26"
30"
36"
28
36"
32"
28"
32"
38"
30
38"
34"
30"
34"
40"
32
40"
36"
32"
36"
42"
34
42"
38"
34"
38"
46"
36
44"
40"
36"
40"
48"
38
46"
42"
38"
42"
50"
40
48"
44"
40"
44"
52"
42
50"
46"
42"
46"
54"
44
52"
48"
44"
48"
56"

How to Choose your Size

The measurements listed are the fully closed measurements of our standard size corsets.

Choose a size that has a:

  • Waist Measurement - 4" - 6" smaller than your natural waist measurement.

  • Bust, Ribcage, and Hip Measurements - 2" - 4" smaller than your actual measurements.

This will give you a corset that provides:

  • Secure bust support with moderate compression

  • Comfortable ribcage support without constricting your breathing

  • Substantial waist reduction

  • Moderate hip compression

  • A corset that is comfortable to wear for extended periods of time

How to take Measurements

Full Bust - Overbust Corsets Only - Measure around the fullest part of your bust, wearing a supportive unpadded bra.

Ribcage - Measure around your ribcage directly below the bust, where the band of your bra sits.

Waist - Measure around your natural waist, where you bend. This is usually about 1" above the navel on women.

High Hip - Measure around you hip line 3" below your natural waist.

Low Hip - Measure around your hip line 6" below your natural waist.

Side SeamMeasure from your waist straight up to the top of the side of your bra. This measurement will help you determine if a particular corset style is the correct length for you.

Custom Sizes - If your proportions vary greatly from the standard sizes listed or if you have a long or short torso, you may need a semi-custom or fully-custom corset made for you.

Please use our Custom Measurement Page for comprehensive instructions on how to take measurements for
SEMI-CUSTOM and FULLY CUSTOM Corsets.