Bridal Corsets

Bridal corsets are a popular choice for brides looking to achieve a flattering, hourglass silhouette on their wedding day. Whether you're a traditionalist or a trendsetter, there's a bridal corset out there to suit your style. But how do you style a bridal corset, and what types and materials should you consider? Here are some tips to help you get started.

Each corset in our store can be made in white or beige color (some in off-white) to achieve a bridal look.

White peplum wedding corset for ball skirt

Styling Tips:

  • Pair your bridal corset with a flowing, floor-length gown for a traditional, romantic look.
  • Consider the neckline of your gown when selecting a bridal corset. A sweetheart neckline will pair well with a sweetheart-shaped bridal corset, while a straight neckline will look best with a straight-cut corset.
  • Choose a bridal corset that fits well and is comfortable to wear. You'll be wearing it all day, so it's important to find one that feels good on your body.
  • Accessorize with pearls or other delicate, bridal-inspired jewelry to complete the look.

gothic wedding dress

Types of Bridal Corsets:

  • Underbust corsets: These corsets sit just under the bust and provide a slimming effect on the waist and hips. They're a versatile option that can be worn with a variety of gown styles.
  • Overbust corsets: These corsets extend over the bust and provide support and shaping for the bust as well as the waist. They can be worn as a standalone top or paired with a gown.
  • Waist cinchers: These are a shorter, more narrow version of a corset that sits at the natural waist and provides a slimming effect. They're a good option for those looking for a more subtle corset look.

Leather white bridal corset


  • Satin: Satin is a smooth, glossy fabric that is often used for bridal corsets. It has a luxurious look and feels and is perfect for formal occasions.
  • Lace: Lace is a popular choice for bridal corsets, as it adds a romantic, vintage touch to the look. It's available in a variety of patterns and can be combined with other fabrics for added interest.
  • Leather: Leather is a luxurious material that is perfect for bridal corsets. It has a smooth, elegant look and feels and is perfect for formal occasions.

No matter what type or material you choose, a bridal corset can help you achieve a flattering, hourglass silhouette on your special day. So why wait? Find the perfect bridal corset for you and start planning your dream wedding today!