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Purple Underbust Circuit Board Corset

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A Rich Amalgam Of Victorian Lines And Digital Detail

The outside of this corset features an intricate circuit board pattern which was hand-worked onto the crushed taffeta base. The lines of the circuit are stitched with Mettler silver metallic thread. Each individual via (the end point on each line) is made with a silver coloured metal stud and the finished pattern features almost 500 of them. Each panel of the corset shows a different part of the board, so each one is different. The circuit pattern comes from the PCB for a theremin.

The centre front of the corset closes with a 5 clasp steel busk and the 10 silver channels on the outside of the corset contain 7mm wide flexible steel boning. The lining has another 10 pieces of 7mm wide Rigilene sewn into it for extra shaping and support, as well as two pieces of 12mm Rigilene on the centre back lacing line. Both the outer taffeta and the brocade lining have been fused with heavy-weight woven Vilene for extra strength.

32 silver eyelets (16 a side) lace up with a narrow black velvet ribbon at the centre back. The dramatically longer back creates an elegant curve from under the bust at the front up to the shoulder blades at the back.

Outer Fabric - Main: Deep purple crushed nylon taffeta shot with black. Any apparent colour variations in the pictures are from the tricky task of photographing shot fabric, the true colour is the same deep purple everywhere.

Trim: Silver nylon taffeta shot with black.

Lining (fully lined): Black paisley patterned acrylic jacquard/brocade.

Sizing: When fully closed with no gap at the back lacing, the corset has a waist measurement of 63.2cm (about 25”). The person in the photographs has a natural waist of 70cm (about 27.5”) and as you can see the corset closes fully. Ideally you would like a fully closed corset to be about 7-10cm/3-4” smaller than your natural waist. If you have any questions at all about sizing please feel free to ask! You can find out more about the sizing of my patterns on my website - http://www.sebastianwilde.com/size-chart

A NOTE ON LACING: Although this is a well-constructed item and will provide noticeable waist compression it was not designed with extreme tight-lacing or prolonged waist-training in mind!

Custom orders: If you love this item but the size is not for you, or there is some other detail/colour you would like done differently, please contact me and I’ll see what I can do to help. I can’t always find the same fabrics/trims/etc. again, but I will try my best and am happy to discuss the options with you.

Washing/Garment care: As I’m sure will be obvious, this is not the type of garment you will be able to just throw in the washing machine and specialist cleaning will be required to look after it in the long run.

For more close-up pictures see my website: www.sebastianwilde.com/etsy-gallery or visit my Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/SebastianWildeDesign

SHIPPING NOTES: I can ship to almost anywhere; just check the “Shipping” section under my shop policies to find details. Otherwise please ask if you have a question about your country or my shipping methods and I’ll do my best to answer.
A Rich Amalgam Of Victorian Lines And Digital Detail

The outside of this corset features an intricate circuit board pattern which was hand-worked onto the crushed taffeta base. The lines of the circuit are stitched with Mettler silver metallic thread. Each individual via (the end point on each line) is made with a silver coloured metal stud and the finished pattern features almost 500 of them. Each panel of the corset shows a different part of the board, so each one is different. The circuit pattern comes from the PCB for a theremin.

The centre front of the corset closes with a 5 clasp steel busk and the 10 silver channels on the outside of the corset contain 7mm wide flexible steel boning. The lining has another 10 pieces of 7mm wide Rigilene sewn into it for extra shaping and support, as well as two pieces of 12mm Rigilene on the centre back lacing line. Both the outer taffeta and the brocade lining have been fused with heavy-weight woven Vilene for extra strength.

32 silver eyelets (16 a side) lace up with a narrow black velvet ribbon at the centre back. The dramatically longer back creates an elegant curve from under the bust at the front up to the shoulder blades at the back.

Outer Fabric - Main: Deep purple crushed nylon taffeta shot with black. Any apparent colour variations in the pictures are from the tricky task of photographing shot fabric, the true colour is the same deep purple everywhere.

Trim: Silver nylon taffeta shot with black.

Lining (fully lined): Black paisley patterned acrylic jacquard/brocade.

Sizing: When fully closed with no gap at the back lacing, the corset has a waist measurement of 63.2cm (about 25”). The person in the photographs has a natural waist of 70cm (about 27.5”) and as you can see the corset closes fully. Ideally you would like a fully closed corset to be about 7-10cm/3-4” smaller than your natural waist. If you have any questions at all about sizing please feel free to ask! You can find out more about the sizing of my patterns on my website - http://www.sebastianwilde.com/size-chart

A NOTE ON LACING: Although this is a well-constructed item and will provide noticeable waist compression it was not designed with extreme tight-lacing or prolonged waist-training in mind!

Custom orders: If you love this item but the size is not for you, or there is some other detail/colour you would like done differently, please contact me and I’ll see what I can do to help. I can’t always find the same fabrics/trims/etc. again, but I will try my best and am happy to discuss the options with you.

Washing/Garment care: As I’m sure will be obvious, this is not the type of garment you will be able to just throw in the washing machine and specialist cleaning will be required to look after it in the long run.

For more close-up pictures see my website: www.sebastianwilde.com/etsy-gallery or visit my Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/SebastianWildeDesign

SHIPPING NOTES: I can ship to almost anywhere; just check the “Shipping” section under my shop policies to find details. Otherwise please ask if you have a question about your country or my shipping methods and I’ll do my best to answer.

Reviews

0 out of 5 stars
(8)
Reviewed by pinumber
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 5, 2017
This is a work of art. Beautifully made custom work. I loved working with her and would happily do so again!
RESERVED: Midnight Blue Underbust Circuit Board Corset

Reviewed by Dean Botes
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 7, 2016
I received my stunning box today as promised. I was like a child again waiting to see what was inside. My jacket I had ordered some weeks earlier. I could not be more than thrilled with it. Thank you Sebastian Wild
Men’s Casual Distressed Military Style Jacket (RESERVED)

Reviewed by Dean Botes
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 10, 2016
I love my jacket. Can't wait for my next one.
Men's Casual Distressed Military Style Jacket (RESERVED)

Reviewed by glintspear
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 26, 2015
Such a beautiful jacket and the most seamless (!) design process. Ceilidh's style was the source of inspiration; this combined with her access to beautiful materials, skill and patience the reasons I now have this stunning addition to my wardrobe : )
Napoleonic Military Riding Jacket (RESERVED)

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If you are buying from within South Africa please select the “Other” option and I will send you an invoice with my banking details so that you can just do an EFT, it's easiest for both of us.

Orders will only be shipped once the payment has been confirmed.

Returns & exchanges

In principle, all sales are final. The one-off, custom nature of the items, as well as the international nature of most sales, makes orchestrating returns/refunds really impractical.

I try to make sure that every item I list has good pictures, a clear description and as much detailed info as possible to help you make an informed decision on any purchase. I am also happy to try and answer any additional questions you may have before you click “buy”.

If you do find yourself unhappy with some aspect of your order when it arrives, please do contact me and if there is anything I can reasonably do to try and help you I will.

Shipping policies

For international deliveries I use our national post offices EMS (Expedited Mail Services) option. This service usually delivers to your country in 7 working days and includes a tracking number and insurance.

Once the parcel reaches your country it will still have to go through customs, and I can’t say for certain how long this will take. I make every effort to ensure that the parcel is sent with the correct forms and all the information required to make this part of the process go as smoothly as possible.

Please note that certain customs taxes, import duties etc. may apply and are entirely up to you to pay. I have no way of knowing before if these might apply or how much they will be.

Some countries do not accept EMS parcels from South Africa. If this is the case, I will just have to make use of airmail (still with a tracking number and insurance wherever possible), which can take significantly longer, up to 3-4 weeks.

If you would like to make use of DHL Express delivery this can be arranged, just ask. It is certainly the quickest and most reliable way to send a parcel, but it is also very expensive (add approximately $100 on top of the regular shipping price).

Once payment has been confirmed I’ll try my best to get your order dispatched the same day, or first thing on the next business day as the case may be. To receive your parcel you will need to provide me with a physical address (no P.O boxes) that will have someone there during the day to accept the order. The courier service also requires a daytime telephone number in case of any complications.

Shipping rates will change each year on April 1st in accordance with the prices set by the South African Post Office.

For deliveries within South Africa I use the PostNet to PostNet service. This service promises delivery times of 24-48 hours to major centres and up to 72 hours for outlying areas and includes a tracking number. If you would like courier to your door, this can also be arranged – just ask, although it does cost more.
For international deliveries I use our national post offices EMS (Expedited Mail Services) option. This service usually delivers to your country in 7 working days and includes a tracking number and insurance.

Once the parcel reaches your country it will still have to go through customs, and I can’t say for certain how long this will take. I make every effort to ensure that the parcel is sent with the correct forms and all the information required to make this part of the process go as smoothly as possible.

Please note that certain customs taxes, import duties etc. may apply and are entirely up to you to pay. I have no way of knowing before if these might apply or how much they will be.

Some countries do not accept EMS parcels from South Africa. If this is the case, I will just have to make use of airmail (still with a tracking number and insurance wherever possible), which can take significantly longer, up to 3-4 weeks.

If you would like to make use of DHL Express delivery this can be arranged, just ask. It is certainly the quickest and most reliable way to send a parcel, but it is also very expensive (add approximately $100 on top of the regular shipping price).

Once payment has been confirmed I’ll try my best to get your order dispatched the same day, or first thing on the next business day as the case may be. To receive your parcel you will need to provide me with a physical address (no P.O boxes) that will have someone there during the day to accept the order. The courier service also requires a daytime telephone number in case of any complications.

Shipping rates will change each year on April 1st in accordance with the prices set by the South African Post Office.

For deliveries within South Africa I use the PostNet to PostNet service. This service promises delivery times of 24-48 hours to major centres and up to 72 hours for outlying areas and includes a tracking number. If you would like courier to your door, this can also be arranged – just ask, although it does cost more.

Additional policies

If you have any questions about any of my items, my shop or anything at all regarding my process and creations, please feel free to send me a message and I'll do my best to provide you with answers.

Purple Underbust Circuit Board Corset

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: taffeta, brocade, jacquard, velvet ribbon, steel boning, studs, rivets, eyelets, steel busk, pcb
  • Feedback: 8 reviews
  • Favorited by: 192 people
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