MCC112 Black Cotton Hip Ties Long Torso Underbust Corset
The MCC112 is designed for a pear shape silhouette, It includes 6 flat, and 20 spiral steel bones for higher reduction and support. This corset is designed with both tightlacing, and waist training needs in mind, perfect for everyday wear. The front measures 14.5” long, The back is 14” long, the side measures 12” long allowing a more comfortable and flexible fit for standard to long torso lengths. The MCC112 can accommodate a quite large reduction, features a classic conical shape, a rib spring of 10”, upper hip spring of 14″ and a lower hip spring of 17”, This corset also features hip ties to fit even larger hips.
All corsets include a floating modesty panel, and storage bag.
This is admittedly my first real corset and I couldn’t be happier with it. It came quicker than I thought since I bought it on a holiday weekend and when I tried it on it felt so nice and sturdy, and even though it is a very simple black cotton it is beautiful. It was hard for me to want to take it off the first time it was so comfortable.
I would definitely recommend this and I will be purchasing again.
Meena Heartsong –
I am a long torsoed, plus gal with a natural 11 inch hip spring and have struggled to find off the rack options. This corset is so comfortable. Impressive quality, breathable, beautiful, affordable, and exactly what I was looking for! I wanted a spoon busk to aid in my belly control and this flexible busk and length gets the job done! I ordered it off the eBay store which saved me some shipping. Highly recommended and looking forward to my next MCC purchase! I’ve posted pictures in the MCC FB group as well
Veronica Minjarez –
Choirs of people should sing right now as I type this review. Mystic City Corsets are too rad; the MCC112 is phenomenally designed!
If I’m not mistaken, its the next level reduction from the MCC35, and wow does it really fit like glove. The long fit of this corset is great for my arthritis, waist training, my chronic low back pain, going for long car rides, easing bloating and cramps, and more. The one I purchased was galaxy print, and it’s simply out of this world! Thank you to Bekki and Kelsey over at MCC for sharing their pics of their MCC112s with me; you women reinforced my decision to choose this garment.
Naoki Matsumoto (verified owner) –
This is the best OTR corset I’ve bought. Fits me great except a tiny bit roomier in the low hip. Doubling over the hip ties like Lucy Corsetry’s channel recommended allowed this to fit perfectly.
The corset busk, grommets, & bones are strong. The cotton is thick and heavy duty. It feels like it can take a beating as a workhorse corset. The stitches are nice and small all over this piece. After seasoning this I had to slightly bend the top of the busk away from my chest, and the bottom of it towards me to avoid the “corset peen”. The laces slide easily through the grommets. The tension doesn’t slip if you let go of the laces while cinching. Same thing if you relace it with satin laces.
My only critique is the stock ribbon hip ties. They can’t hold a knot and constantly come undone. I did have some satin hip ties from Orchard Corset on hand. They work like a charm in this corset. If the measurements fit you, don’t hesitate to buy this corset. It’s well worth it’s price! Puts my cheaper OTRs to shame.