MCC30S Peacock Brocade Overbust Plunge Corset
The MCC30S is designed for an hourglass silhouette. It includes 6 flat, and 20 spiral steel bones for higher reduction and support.
The front measures 12” long, with the top edge reaching 17.5″ at the bustline.
The back is 14” long to create a smooth line and prevent muffin. The side measures 12.5” long allowing a more comfortable and flexible fit for multiple torso lengths.
The MCC30S can accommodate a quite large reduction, features a conical shape with a slight cupped rib, a rib spring of 8”, upper hip spring of 12”, this corset also features hip ties to fit even larger hips.
The hip ties can accommodate up to 4″ more room in the hips, which is up to a possible 16″ hipspring!
This corset is designed for larger busts, the bust can accommodate multiple shapes and sizes to suit your needs. All corsets include a floating modesty panel, storage bag.
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JC (verified owner) –
Just gorgeous. This style was recommended based on my measurements (bust 38, underbust 33, waist 32, upper hip 38, low hip 42 – got size 24) and I am so glad I took a chance and bought it. It looks super busty in the photos (too busty for me, I thought at first) but in person the front cups are not so rigidly molded and the clever front lacing helps contour it perfectly, like a favorite bra. I am glad I have lots of time to get used to the corset because that waist reduction is no joke. Supposedly a 24 has a 26″ waist per the measurement chart but mine does measure at 24″ – unless it’s going to stretch out as I break it in or I lose weight, I won’t be closing it anytime soon. Today I was able to get it cinched down so the hips fit smoothly and it’s clearly a good match for my shape. Just a matter of building a tolerance for the waist reduction. The only bummer is the lacing – I wish the ribbon ties and cord matched instead of being green/black. The ribbon ties are not finished and since you have to completely unlace the bust to get in and out, it gets tedious fishing the cut/frayed corner of ribbon through the eyelets. Plan to either replace them with shoelaces or get some clear shrink tubing and fix up the ends. This is a small quibble. It’s an incredibly nice corset, stunning in person, shipped quickly, totally worth every penny.