October 4, 2012

Corset Story review and giveaway


While February might be seen by many as the most romantic month of the year by many, and indeed there's no denying its connections to all things amour, since 2004, October has held the title of the most romantic month of the year for me. The reason for this, as you may be wondering, is that it just happens to house mine and Tony’s wedding anniversary.

Nearly eight years ago, in an incredibly small, intimate (less than ten people) ceremony held in my parent's living room, Tony and I were married after a whirlwind courtship of about seven months. Skip ahead nearly a decade and we're every bit - and more - in love and happy with our decision to be wed today. In the celebration of this joyful event, I'm happy to announce that I have a fantastic giveaway to offer all of you.

When one thinks of romantic garments, few come to mind quicker - or with more timelessness behind it - than the corset. Though their popularity has certainly waxed and waned over the centuries, for hundreds of years corsets have been one of the most commonplace elements of a woman's underpinings.

Though corsets began to fall out of widespread us as the Edwardian era drew to a close and the 1920s ushered in a whole new mode of fashion, and have never regained their widespread use to the same degree that they did in centuries past, they have certainly never fallen completely out of use or favour either (certainly corsets or girdles with lacing were virtually required wearing for ladies looking to get the much beloved post-WW2 wasp waist and ultra shapely hourglass figures).

Today however corsets are no longer just viewed (primarily) as a foundation garment or something worn by women in the showgirl and burlesque industries, indeed corsets can be, and are, worn as part of daywear, cosplay, fancy dress party outfits, bedroom attire, and of course, by some still, for their original intended waistline shirking purposes.

Loving historical fashions of all types as I do, I've been drawn to corsets since I was a little girl (who was mildly obsessed with the Victorians), yet can honestly say I never owned one until this fall.

Recently I was contacted by the lovely folks at corsetstory.com who were curious to know if I'd be interested in reviewing one of their fashion corsets. I jumped at the chance at about the speed of light and set about picking my corset (I went with the classily pretty Victorian Cream Corset) from amongst their thoroughly terrific array of offerings.

Once selected, the corset was mailed to me promptly and securely, and the sizing was just as stated (Fashion Corset has a handy sizing chart that makes picking the right size a breeze), which is always hugely appreciated.

Unlike a tradition steal or heavily boned corset, fashion corsets are not intended or designed to whittle inches off of your figure, instead they provide the general look of a classic corset, but offer the wearer a lot of flexibility in terms of how long they can comfortably wear the corset, what they can pair it with, and how tight they want to do the laces up in the back.

Having never worn a boned (aka, waist training) corset before, I cannot compare the two, but I can tell you that the corset I received is well made, a cinch to put on (I'm lucky enough to be able to touch anywhere on my own back, so with a little work I was able to lace it tightly on my own), and breath-takingly beautiful in person.

As few gals outside of the entertainment field wore corsets as outer wear during the mid-twentieth century, for my corset debut, I didn't try go for an inherently 40s or 50s look. If anything, it was cancan dancers of the late Victorian and early Edwardian eras that I most had in mind when I was putting together my look.

Again though, my outfit was not intended in the least to channel a specific time period, but instead to be feminine, beguiling (but not too revealing - modesty is always a must for me when in public or on camera), and thoroughly romantic. Tony assures me that my finished costume certainly hit the mark in that regard!

In addition to showing you the gorgeous corset I received from Corset Story, you also get to see some of our burgundy walled master bedroom for the first time, my partially unclothed shoulders, and a one very lopsided shot of my chest that was caused by the position I was leaning in while on our bed.











Photography by Antonio Cangiano


I adored the feeling of wearing this corset, it hugged me gently, felt very comfortable, and certainly conjured up thoughts of days - and fashions - long gone.

While it's not the kind of piece I'll be sporting every day, it's certainly not going to be relegated to the back of a drawer either. I could easily see putting this atop a classic button down blouse - or even a long peasant style top - and partnering it with a pencil skirt or two piece skirt suit for a captivating daywear look. Of course, it also lends itself sublimely to all manner of Halloween costumes - from a fairy princess to a wild west saloon girl - just as all of the items that Corset Story offers up do.

Whether you own a dozen corsets already or nary a one, but have always wanted to, there's something for just about everyone on amongst Corset Story's products, and today I'm thrilled to let you know that one lucky winner has the chance to pick the Fashion Corset of their choice from Corset Story.


How to enter:


1.) Go to Corset Story's Fashion Corset section and select the fashion corset (please note, only fashion corsets are eligible as the prize for this giveaway) that you like best, then let me know which one you picked and why you like it in the comment section of this post.


For up to four more additional entries:

2.) Like Corset Story on Facebook.

3.) Tweet about this giveaway on Twitter, including @corsetsUK and a link back to this post in your tweet (include a link to tweet in your comment).

4.) Pin any of the photos in this post, directly from this post itself, to any Pinterest board you'd like (include a link back to the pin in your comment).

5.) Be a Google Connect Friend follower of this blog (let me know what name/alias you're following Chronically vintage with in the comment section).


***Please be sure that you leave a separate comment for each entry method that you enter with, this way you increase your odds of winning because you have multiple entries.***


As per the request of the company, this giveaway is open to readers from around the world, excluding India and the continent of Africa. Participants from all other locations are permitted.

This contest will run from today until Thursday October 11, 2012 at 11:59 PST, with the winner being drawn by use of a random number generator the next day. The winner will be contacted by email and/or announced here on Chronically Vintage shortly thereafter.


I frequently receive offers for products to review and/or giveaway, but am quite selective in what I choose, as the item needs to have a certain vintage or vintage appropriate feeling to it in most circumstances.

I can say beyond a shadow of a doubt that I felt Corset Story's offerings held just that. Though Corset Story’s products are modern garments, the ageless quality that corsets posses ensures my new fashion corset fits right at home in my day-to-day vintage wardrobe, where it will definitely be making a showing again on October 14th when Tony and I toast to eight resplendent years together.

Best of luck to everyone who enters this giveaway - I can't wait to hear about which fashion corset you'd love to win!

135 comments:

  1. You look amazing! Wow! I was a bit surprised when I went to the website and saw how affordable they are. I love the black and white polka dotted one - it goes with the image of myself that exists in my head. I don't have the coloring to pull off what you have on. You look classic. I would look like a zombie. And - thank you for the chicken pot pie recipe yesterday. My family and I were just talking about making one!

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    1. i used to have good experience with this website but the last one was innacceptable

      in the 20 of june, i've commendes 2 corsets on sale, said that it was sent.
      2 days after i recieved a note about canadian fees, i awnser that i didn't mind.
      2 weeks after, as the corsets were supposed to arrive, i ask the customer service what was hapenning and they told me it wasn't sent yet because i didn't sent the "ok " note about canadian fees. so i sent it again and "oops" the corset you orderes is not more expensive that it was so they cancelled the order and asked me to choose another one even tough the corset was still on the website but more expensive. i would have paid it but since im a student and i already was insulted of the service i asked for a refund... end up they asked me for my pay pal account for a refund and since i don't have one i was forced to choose another corcet under 20$ ( were all large and i do small) i commend one of thiers large corset and they sent the order to the mall on today, we are the 15 of july, im in this bullhit for 25 days now and i have to wait another 5 to 14 days to revieve my corset AND pay additional fees

      pure bullshit, never order anything from them

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    2. Dear Karine,

      I'm sincerely sorry to hear about the troubles that you encountered while ordering from Corset Story. I had only the most pleasant and professional experiences in dealing with them for this post, and have not ordered or dealt with them since, so all is well with Corset Story in my books. I fully understand the kinds of situations that you described however, and have found myself in similar ones with various companies over the years (most recently, with the website eShakti last December - though, I should say, I've had further dealings with them since and things have been much better). Buying clothing online is always a gamble, and unfortunately sometimes we lose. Again, I'm sorry that such happened to you with Corset Story and appreciate that you shared your experience here. Fingers crossed that you have better luck with any and all other websites you order from in the future.

      ♥ Jessica

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  2. Hello Jessica,

    First off - Happy weeks and days up to that special day and throughout the coming year!

    What a generous offer!

    Your bedspread of lovely roses complements your corset perfectly, a very lovely choice.

    Well, I have looked over the Fashion Corsets, and my choice would be: A3000 - Black Corset Top
    I like the way the dainty lace extends over the top and around the lower edge of the corset, very elegant. Oh, yes, I almost forgot...that would be in size 8.

    Thanks for holding the giveaway.

    ♥Hope

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  3. Hello Jessica,

    Signed into my other account... I wanted to respond to the comment that you left for me at "Women Then".

    ~about that lovely coat your were gushing over, it would be a wonderful find!

    I had a 1950s dark navy blue coat much like this one when I was 15, but the fabric was different... a light-weight, fabric with a bit of a sheen to it.

    ♥Hope

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  4. I like the Black Sweetheart Corset. It's my favorite out of them all because of the shape and design. I love the shape of the bust. Also, the little details, like the bow and frills on the edges.

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  5. Look how stunning you are, dear Jess! And your bed, woww! love it!Looking FLY!!!

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  6. Loving the underbust corset in red brocade- http://www.corset-story.com/a3328-red-brocade-pattern-underbust.html Because I am quite small busted I think the effect of under the bust would be more flattering... would look great with a simple white peasant blouse!

    Love this giveaway! x

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  7. Pinned- hard to choose best picture for this one you look stunning in the corset! X

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  8. Finally am already following you under Janine Rudkins! x

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  9. I love this underbust - A3328 - Red Brocade Pattern Underbust

    I think it is both secy and sophisticated at once.

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  10. I have liked Corset story on facebook.

    Crystal Griepentrog

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  11. I am following you on google circles as friends and following.

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  12. It's funny that you posted this today; my friend and I were ooh-ing and ahh-ing over the Corset Story site a week or two ago. I tried to make one recently to go with my Halloween costume, and I now have a whole new respect for people who make corsets by hand - it's NOT easy! Anyway, yours looks gorgeous on you. I'm interested to see how you incorporate it into outfits in the future.

    If I could choose, I'd go with this black embroidered one (http://www.corset-story.com/a3308-dark-grey-corset-with-feather-embroidery.html) and hope for lots of costumed events in my life so I could wear it many times!

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  13. Jessica....thank you for reviewing this company's lovely corsets. I'm going to be browsing for hours. I would love to win A2039 Silver corset; its so lovely.

    I love corsets, but haven't het had the courage to wear one in public as part of an outfit; only costumes. The one corset I do have has made the rounds in many different costume iterations. I think the one I chose would be versatile and I would create an outfit around it.

    The corset you modeled is so perfect for you! Every picture is lovely and I'm glad that you gave us a peek at the beautiful lacing on the back.

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  14. Oh my gosh! What a great post and how beautiful are all of those corsets?
    In the end, I plumped for the black and white corset number A3115. It's got a bit of a 'I've run away to the circus' thing going on and had I been the bareback rider I wanted to be, I'd wear that!
    xxx

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  15. Jessica you look fabulous:)) The corset look has a certain wild west girl quality to it:) Maybe you'll be showing us the can can next? Love it:)) I'm glad it's more comfortable than a bone corset. I have been wanting to try a vintage one but I've heard of all the classic tales of how uncomfortable they are.

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  16. Hello Jessica!

    Firstly, I wished to remark upon your lovely and ladylike choice of corset. In the past I have worn more traditional, boned corsets (as undergarments) but over time they've become impractical with my office job and my active life chasing after three large, energetic dogs.

    Secondly, I took some time to peruse the Corset Story website and was immediately drawn to the dark blue corset with fabric rosettes and pleated trim. It's certainly more dramatic than the utilitarian undergarments I used to wear and I think that is part of the appeal! http://www.corset-story.com/a3351-blue-corset-with-floral-detail.html

    Thank you so much for both the charming giveaway and for your dedicated blogging... each post brightens my otherwise busy and often tedious work-days. :)

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  17. For an additional entry, I am also a Google Friend connect follower of this blog. My email is mercurielle@gmail.com

    Thank you again! <3

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  18. I like the Red Strapped Under-bust Corset. The color, of course, is bold, but it is simple and elegant enough to wear out.

    I have yet to really try a corset. I wore one once, with the help of a friend, but got light headed half way through the night. I guess I should learn how to properly wear one. :)

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  19. I liked Corset Story on facebook.

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  20. I am following your blog (name as shown). :)

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  21. I'm not going to enter the giveaway this time, as generous and fun as it is, but just wish you and Tony a very happy anniversary! Here's to the next eight years - and many more!

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  22. I adore the victorian cream one! It looks so sweetly romantic and old fashioned.

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  23. I'm following your blog (Miss Emmi)

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  24. aaaaaand I liked corset story on Facebook!

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  25. There are so many to choose from! I really like the Silver Corset and the Red Corset though!


    eloquent [at] live.com

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  26. I tweeted about this! ;)

    https://twitter.com/eloquence0/status/253970485929451520

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  27. I follow your blog through twitter - @eloquence0

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  28. I like the A3079 - Black sweetheart corset because of the cut and romantic look.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  29. I follow you in google friend connect.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  30. tweet:

    https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/253987691224518656


    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  31. Oo, la la!!! How fabulous is this post, Jessica (and Antonio)? Love, love, love the photos of you so much and what a fun giveaway!! And Very Happy (almost) Anniversary to you both. This post just made my day. :)

    (I'll bow out from entering just because I am sure so many other ladies here have outfits that will suit a corset better than my usual casual-for-lugging-camera-gear attire but I'll be watching to see what the winner chooses!)

    xoxo

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  32. I 'liked' it on Facebook too!

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  33. Sorry if this double posts, but happy anniversary month to you dear! Hope you have many more lovely years together :) I love the corset you chose, so elegant and pretty. You look lovely!

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  34. enter me please, I like this: http://www.corset-story.com/a3308-dark-grey-corset-with-feather-embroidery.html?options=cart I love black and this corset it's very sexy and elegant!
    joy.gothic@yahoo.it

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  35. I like Corset Story on Facebook as Infinity Shp
    joy.gothic@yahoo.it

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  36. tweeted: https://twitter.com/Gothicrise/status/254035937657507841
    joy.gothic@yahoo.it

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  37. I follow your blog on gfc as Gothicrise
    joy.gothic@yahoo.it

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  38. This is the most beautiful I have ever seen you. I liked Corset Story on Facebook.

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  39. I am your friend on Google Friend Connect. That color combination is beautiful on you.

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  40. I love the hair piece. I tweeted about the corset I love with a link to your profile.

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  41. Your skin looks so lovely with that corset, and I love the back detail. Also, I love the black fashion Corset A3002. It is mysterious and sexy, perfect for October, my favorite month as well.

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  42. I think I would choose this one:
    http://www.corset-story.com/red-corset-with-black-lace-details-a3015.html

    Because red is a flattering color on me, while black and white are NOT (much to my black-loving chagrin). I always fancied that black would be accenting to my pale skin, giving me a 'snow white' look, but no---upon getting my color analysis done, turns out that black is a huge no-no. Just like white. *pout*I don't know whether the black lace on this corset would make it oulawed for me, but it's the prettiest one on there that I think is close to my color pallette. :D

    Dolly
    DollyMadisonEtsy {at[ gmail [dot{ com

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  43. I foller your blog with this account!

    DollyMadisonEtsy [at} gmail [dot] com

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  44. I tweeted the giveaway
    https://twitter.com/DollyMadisonD/status/254065401980391424

    DollyMadisonEtsy [at} gmail {dot} com

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  45. OMG, Jessica. Gorgeous photos! Stunning, really. I haven't had a corset in ages, but would looooooove to win that Victorian Cream Corset. It's so pretty. <3 Jackie @ Let's Go Thrifting!

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  46. And obviously, I follow you through GFC. =)

    <3 Jackie @ Let's Go Thrifting!

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  47. I've just repinned that back view photo of your lovely corset. Here's the link: http://pinterest.com/pin/122160208613699555/

    <3 Jackie @ Let's Go Thrifting!

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  48. Enter me, please!
    I love the VICTORIAN CREAM CORSET like yours :)
    samantha.tedesco@gmail.com

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  49. I Like Corset Story on Facebook.
    Samantha Tedesco

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  50. tweet:
    https://twitter.com/samanthatedesco/status/254125007221956608

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  51. I follow you via gfc: samantha.tedesco

    Thank you!

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  52. I had very hard time choosing, however I decided to go with the Black Sweetheart Corset because it is so simple yet so beautiful and in one of my favorite colors. This would be my first corset, and I really really REALLY want to win xD.

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  53. You really make it appear so easy along with your presentation however I to find this matter to be actually something which I feel I would by no means understand. It sort of feels too complex and very extensive for me. I am looking ahead on your next submit, I’ll try to get the hang of it!

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  54. Liked and shared! ^^
    A3054 Corset turquiose
    Su FACEBOOK sono PATRIZIA GIVEAWAY SCHIAVONE
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  55. Like facebook
    Su FACEBOOK sono PATRIZIA GIVEAWAY SCHIAVONE
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  56. What a lovely post, so very romantic. Happy anniversary month to you and Tony xxx
    I have always liked corsets and would love one to wear with my Victorian ensemble. I very much like 'A3211 - Pink and Cream Corset'.

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  57. i follow Corset Story on face as mery montalbano

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  58. I like this http://www.corset-story.com/black-gold-brocade-pattern-ribbon-corset-a3011.html
    I's so sexy :))

    piukina81@gmail.com

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  59. liked in fb Francesca Loveredhair

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  60. tweet https://twitter.com/puntimania/status/254189737563275264

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  61. followed on GFC Francesca Scirpoli

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  62. I really love the Black Lace corset, http://www.corset-story.com/black-gold-brocade-pattern-ribbon-corset-a3011.html. I do own one that I bought in my early 20's for a Halloween costume. Prices have definatley changed, I paid about 300 for mine in a Chicago boutique, because of it's price I incorporated that corset into about 5 different Halloween costumes to get my moneys worth. PS. you've got to lace that one up tighter and show off your little waste.

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  63. The 'black and red halterneck underbust' would look gorgeous over a muslin dress to give a wonderful shelf bust 1950s look while holding everything where it should be.

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  64. I love http://www.corset-story.com/purple-black-brocade-pattern-overbust-a3078.html 'cause I like the colours combination and details :)

    email: Bas7e7@gmail.com

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  65. fb: Harley Quieenn

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  66. tweeted: https://twitter.com/TheBlackBastet/status/254320575319797760

    email: Bas7e7@gmail.com

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  67. GFC: Sekhmet
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  68. I like: http://www.corset-story.com/black-diamante-corset-long-lined-finished-in-black-a3006.html So elegant! :)

    e-mail: floryfrancy[at]inwind[dot]it

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  69. Liked Corset Story on Facebook: Florinda Fraccalvieri

    e-mail: floryfrancy[at]inwind[dot]it

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  70. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/PiccolaFlo_82/status/254328310513938432

    e-mail: floryfrancy[at]inwind[dot]it

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  71. Followed on GFC: floryfrancy

    e-mail: floryfrancy[at]inwind[dot]it

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  72. Okay, I came back to see if my comment took and it didn't! Ugh, my internet was being weird!

    Anyway, I love this corset. So pretty!!
    http://www.corset-story.com/bridal-cream-gold-brocade-pattern-corset-a3068.html

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  73. I pinned it!
    http://pinterest.com/pin/125256433357419281/

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  74. You look so gorgeous! Is that a vintage velvet stole you're wearing by any chance? The corset is beautiful and I really love that colour and style on you. The whole ensemble is fabulous.

    I'm totally enchanted by the black corset top, I think because it reminds me so much of saloon girls in Westerns. I keep picturing it with a full, floor length, puffy skirt. And I just love the lace and bow.

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  75. Well you looks fabulous, Jessica! And the corset itself is lovely, and doesn't look in the least uncomfortable like so many i've seen. And i love the color too. Happy Anniversary to you and Tony. And here's to many, many more. And October is a beautiful, romantic month, i think anyway. Still sunny lots and no snow or rain (yet.) :)

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  76. That is one gorgeous corset- and you look great :) I hope your husband enjoyed it too ;)
    The corset I liked is:
    A3115 - Black and white fashion corset
    http://www.corset-story.com/black-and-white-fashion-corset-a3115.html
    because of the steampunk appeal :) It was a close tie between this and the one you got LOL

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  77. Tweeted:
    https://twitter.com/JacobiteRose

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  78. Pinned:
    http://pinterest.com/pin/267612402829047082/

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  79. entra ti prego
    gfc: abellaa
    fb: stefy ste
    Twitter: stefy
    email abellaa@virgilio.it
    extra

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  80. Liked in facebook.

    ava7780@gmail.com

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  81. A3037 - Red Diamante Corset is my favorite. I love the color and details. I recently purchased a waist training corset to reduce my waistline. I've been at it for 2 weeks and I am pleased with the results so far. I love how a corset makes me feel more graceful and poised. Great pics!

    ava7780@gmail.com

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  82. I loved them all but the really classic beauty of the black corset is undeniable (http://www.corset-story.com/a3000-black-corset-top.html). So I'm gonna vote for this one cause it makes me feel ageless... (fanouria20@hotmail.com)

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  83. I liked Corset-Story on facebook (ALice Beerland)
    fanouria20@hotmail.com

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  84. I pined!!! http://pinterest.com/pin/55521007877364177/ (Alice Beerland)
    fanouria20@hotmail.com

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  85. I follow your blog (Alice Beerland)
    fanouria20@hotmail.com

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  86. My favourite is the Kasie Floral Mini Skirt!

    Follow under Ana Filipa

    ana.minho.pt@hotmail.com

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  87. I'm sorry my mistake, I love the A3079 - BLACK SWEETHEART CORSET.

    ana.minho.pt@hotmail.com

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  88. GFC name: Ana Filipa

    ana.minho.pt@hotmail.com

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  89. Liked on FB under Ana Machado

    ana.minho.pt@hotmail.com

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  90. I'm glad I came back to this post, I was so busy looking at the corset details, I didn't see the fascinator on your head. You have a clever hairstyle to show it off, too!

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  91. Dear Jessica, You look wonderfully romantic and just like an old show girl! That colour is wonderful on your complexion! I love to enter your competition...I have liked Corset story on facebook.

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  92. I would like to win the A3011 Black Lace Corset because it has a lovely soft background colour with black lace overlay, a sweet sweetheart neckline and because of its luxurious black velevts bows. xx

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  93. I have posted a tweet regarding this blog....https://twitter.com/princesspincurl

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  94. I love the Victorian Green corset, ideal for a buxom redhead with green eyes :)
    Lynne

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  95. My fave? A3304 - Black and Nude Coloured Chiffon Style Corset with Lace Panel It carries an aura of being a genuine undergarment, something hidden away to be unwrapped, and there is something so sensual and erotic about that.

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  96. My favourite :)
    http://www.corset-story.com/black-corset-with-pleated-trim-a3002.html

    fairywitch86[at]libero.it

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  97. Like Corset Story on FB: Lucia Izzo


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  98. Follow on Twitter and tweeted

    https://twitter.com/FairyWitch86/status/254981899699769344

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  99. I'm on GFC: Sherry86

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  100. Enchanting outfit :)

    I love the Purple and Black Corset
    http://www.corset-story.com/purple-black-brocade-pattern-overbust-a3078.html

    porcukorborso at gmail dot com

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  101. I Liked Corset Story on Facebook as Szabina Luzics

    porcukorborso at gmail dot com

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  102. GFC follower as Szappanbubi

    porcukorborso at gmail dot com

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  103. Hi, I love this http://www.corset-story.com/a3211-cream-pink.html because pink is my favourite colour!

    Email: giovannamata@gmail.com

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  104. I like Corset Story on Facebook

    FB : Morgana DeLarge
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  105. I follow you on GFC

    GFC: Morgana DeLarge
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  106. I love the Black Diamante Corset. It's classy, in my favorite color and with sparkles - it'd be the gem in my wardrobe)
    email: redalepou(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  107. tweeted about the giveaway: https://twitter.com/LuluFleg/status/255608560866701312
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  108. GFC follower: Lulu
    email: redalepou(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  109. Pinned: http://pinterest.com/pin/247838785715042521/
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    1. I RT'd you. :) https://twitter.com/JessicaCangiano/status/253918446146957313

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  111. I picked the A3091 - Underbust Corset. I like it the best because I enjoy going to Rocky Horror Picture Show-themed events and believe this one to be most appropriate to the theme :D

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  112. I pinned it! http://pinterest.com/pin/135600638751791977/

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  113. I follow on GFC, my handle is Rockster1039

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  114. A3000 - Black Corset Top I like the lace at the top.. Very pretty!
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  115. Follow gfc
    Teh Doll
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  116. Oh wowzer! These photos do have a sensual quality to them, your wallpaper was the perfect backdrop to this ensemble. I do love the corset choice, it does remind me of a sort of Edwardian look, and I think that suits you to perfection.

    You should get one of these pics framed and put on your wall at home!!
    P x

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    1. Hi sweet dear, it was wonderfully nice of you to come find this post of mine when I mentioned on your recent one that I'd also worked with Corset Story. I really enjoyed partnering with them and found their customer service team to be great - much like this fashion corset themselves.

      That's not a bad idea at all - and I'm sure it would find favour with the mister! :) Agreed, there is a bit of an Edwardian vibe going on here. I didn't really style it in after any specific decade though - I just needed a way to model the corset but still remain relatively dressed. I adore how you styled yours in your post. It made me think that one day I should sport mine under a suit with a wee bit poking out from the of the jacket.

      Thank you for your great comment - have a beautiful Sunday!
      ♥ Jessica

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  117. Gosh Jessica,

    I admire your writing style. I blog too, but I definitely dont have a way with words like you. I have a new idol.

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