corsetry


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corsetry

(ˈkɔːsɪtrɪ)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) the making of or dealing in corsets
2. (Clothing & Fashion) corsets considered collectively
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corsetry

nMiederwarenherstellung f; (= corsets)Miederwaren pl
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Belarus exports oil products, forestry and wood processing products, petrochemical products, metal products, fertilizers, isolated wires and cables, construction materials, alcohol products, salt, corsetry, furniture to Latvia.
This is showcased by the daring, strapless necklines, complemented by delicately boned bodices that are reminiscent of Victorian corsetry,' she said.
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Corsetry and lingerie were often designed to be alluring, seductive or playful like a vivid pink silk 1890s corset and a trompe l'oeil corset dress worn by Gwyneth Paltrow in 2008 which revealed the underwear worn beneath.
His preference for corsetry was evident in the number of dresses with corsets.
I, however, am the kind of person who can always make time for anything involving corsetry, literary pastiche, and demonic possession (although not necessarily in that order).
Extensive corsetry and long dresses were supplanted by the tailored suits of Coco Chanel in the 1950s, and the wide-shouldered jackets of the 1980s and 1990s.
For the collection's Velvet Haute Couture Corsetry model, Roger Dubuis paired with Artisans Selliers, a Swiss company that specializes in producing watchstraps and leather goods.
in the dressing room, squeezes stretch-marked breasts into corsetry,