Explore Vintage Underwear, Lingerie Vintage and more!

Explore related topics

Vintage "fan lacing" corset established by Samuel Higby Camp in 1908, his unique lacing system of pulleys make it possible for a wearer to lace and tighten her own corset.

Vintage "fan lacing" corset established by Samuel Higby Camp in 1908, his unique lacing system of pulleys make it possible for a wearer to lace and tighten her own corset.

Edwardian S-shaped corset – inspiration

Edwardian S-shaped corset – inspiration

The typical arrangement of early Edwardian undergarments. These date from ca. based on the lingerie and corset designs. The corset cover and petticoat would be worn over this ensemble.

Corset of cotton with silk embroidery, boning, and lined with linen, circa 1795. V&A

Making Regency Short Stays

Corset of cotton with silk embroidery, boning, and lined with linen, circa 1795. V&A

Ecru linen ladies whalebone stay dating to the last half of the 18thc. Finely sewn tracks with the whalebone insertion giving the silouhette a barrel front form, with leather trimmings. Back lacings and lined in linen. Measures 28" across mid section lying flat, stand 14" at the back and 12" in front. Ebay: heartnsoul1 Carolyn Forbes Textiles

Ecru linen ladies whalebone stay dating to the last half of the 18thc. Finely sewn tracks with the whalebone insertion giving the silouhette a barrel front form, with leather trimmings. Back lacings and lined in linen. Measures 28" across mid section lying flat, stand 14" at the back and 12" in front. Ebay: heartnsoul1 Carolyn Forbes Textiles

early 1900s Brassiere. Laces in the back and has eyelet holes in the front as well. There appears to be some type of "elasticized" bands on the sides and mid portions of the straps. Marked: Pookine. See detailed photos at http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/80101048?rpp=60=15=on=*=Underwear=2

early 1900s Brassiere. Laces in the back and has eyelet holes in the front as well. There appears to be some type of "elasticized" bands on the sides and mid portions of the straps. Marked: Pookine. See detailed photos at http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/80101048?rpp=60=15=on=*=Underwear=2

18th c. chemise, panniers and stays on exhibit at the V&A

FIRST LOOK: Inside The V&A's Undressed

Rococo Atelier: Transitional stays c. 1794-1800, chemise and under-petticoat

Rococo Atelier: Transitional stays c. 1794-1800, chemise and under-petticoat

Pinterest
Search