Inspo: Bustier Tops and Corset Belts
Both bustier tops and corset belts are timeless, but from time to time they become trendy and more popular, which means that there are more of them out there to find in different fabrics, colors and shapes.
I mentioned them in a couple of trend reports here and here, but you will see them pretty much every season at Christian Dior, for example.
In this post I’ve collected some of the more proper and versatile examples that are made in tweed or fine suite fabric and don’t have clear associations with lingerie.
Let’s see how you can style them:
You can wear your bustier top as is…
Or you can spice up your basic button-up shirt.
Try it over a turtleneck sweater
Or wear it over any other blouses and tops of yours
It can also be sewn as a part of a shirt, but it’s not as versatile as a “standalone” bustier top.
If a whole top feels too much try a wider belt
And this is what I currently have. The belt on the left is this one from Lindex in the pictures above.
I’ve been looking for a right bustier top for some years now and so far I found this one from H&M (second-hand new with tags 😏). It made of satin-ish cotton, which is fine, but ideally, I’d love to find one more in tweed or wool also.
What do you say? Yay or Nay?
I understand that they are not everyone’s cup of tea :)
I would love to purchase a corset, wearing it over a turtleneck or shirt. email@example.com