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corset

Orthopedics A device that encircles and supports the trunk or vertebral column, which may be used for trauma or for congenital deformities of the spine. See Milwaukee brace.
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After years of trial and error, I came across the Dene Adams Corset concealed carry holster.
In the blurb linked to this advert, there is the highly questionable quote from Queen Victoria, describing the corsets as "admirably modelled, exquisitely neat and strong".
Crudely made corsets that were pulled tightly around the waists of 19th century women reduced their blood circulation.
On Wednesday, the reality star responded to backlash after her 4-year-old was photographed wearing a corset dress.
But these problems haven't deterred Michele, who insists, 'The corsets have become an important part of my life.
Taylor Lane Designs, a manufacturer of women's tops with corset foundations, has a team of skilled professionals who run and manage all of the designing, drafting, patterning, grading, embroidery, and construction.
NEW YORK -- From a 1770 corset to a 2014 bra-and-panty set in lacy stretch silk, the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology has put the focus on lingerie and ladies foundation garments in a new exhibition.
14 ( ANI ): Experts have warned that corsets are coming back in fashion thanks to the latest diet fad, called the 'corset diet', which though helps in curbing one's food intake, is dangerous.
For it was only after she had installed a Victorian shopping arcade for her corsets and bridal gowns in Knowle, Solihull, that she realised the building used to be a haberdashery.