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An even more dramatic version of my classic lace neck corset, this one turns heads whenever I take it to shows or put it on the runway.

Using 10 panels of 9" scalloped stretch lace, and several custom cut and configured bones I sculpt each collar to your specific neck measurement. Remember this for your cosplay conventions, Halloween parties, Vampire Balls, Fetish events, Renn Faires and Steampunk soirees - it's a cross-over piece that could easily be a staple in almost any alternative wardrobe.

I've been designing and drafting custom corsets for years, so I meticulously drafted and designed this collar the same way. It laces up the front for a perfect, comfortable and versatile fit.

(PLEASE NOTE: Collar and accessories shown in the last pic are for styling ideas only and accessories are not included. The collar in the first 3 pictures is the one you are ordering)

This collar must be shipped in a box to protect the boning from getting crushed during delivery. U.S. orders will be shipped via USPS insured Priority Mail for $8.00 and overseas orders will be shipped via insured USPS International First Class for $16.00

Photos: Taryn Truese Photography, Model: Fallen Angel529, MUA: Makeup Massacre, Hair: Anna DeMeo

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Dramatic Victorian Steampunk Gothic Vampire black lace neck corset collar - custom made to your size

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: lace, metal, plastic boning, metal wire
  • Only ships to United States from Pennsylvania, United States.
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